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b a star

04-05-2012 21:02:34

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    Hello Case Collectors.  Our local club; Camp Creek Antique Machinery & Threshers Association at Waverly, NE is featuring Case the third Saturday and Sunday of July this year.  Each year a Feature restored item (must be the same brand as feture line)is selected from one of our members.  This years Feature is pictured above, a DI Corps of Engineers U. S. ARMY.  It is serial number 4513XXX with a Registration numnber 811 062.

    I talked to a represenative of The Northland Case Collectors a year ago at the Clay Center, NE Show and had his business card, however I have misplaced it.  We would appreciate the name of the contact person of that group.

    When were the first DI models produced for the Corps?  How many years were they produced?

    Thanks for any information you can provide.  My email is open

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doug boll

04-06-2012 17:05:25

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 Re: Antique show featureing Case in reply to b a star, 04-05-2012 21:02:34  
Speaking from our experience at Prairie Village in 2008 invite the members as guests and not the club as a co-host. They also had their fingers in the Montevideo, Mn show and that was one of the more dissapointing national shows that I have attended.

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