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Case 660 Combine

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oldtanker

04-07-2012 21:19:54




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Well they sold one at auction near me today with a Melroe pickup on it. The combine was in tuff shape and did not run. Sold for 875 but not to me. They sold the 2 row corn head seperate for 80 dollars. It was pretty beat up. I was ready to bid on it if it had been in better shape.

Rick




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oldtanker

04-10-2012 06:24:30




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 Re: Case 660 Combine in reply to oldtanker, 04-07-2012 21:19:54  
Where at in SD? I'm pretty close to north east SD.

Rick



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oldtanker

04-09-2012 16:00:55




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 Re: Case 660 Combine in reply to oldtanker, 04-07-2012 21:19:54  
Well now that winter is over I'm in God's country......west MN.....in the dead of winter it's the country God forgot!

What I'm in need of is a small combine that I can get both a pick up header and a corn head. I'll be farming about 70 acres next year raising hay and grain for my livestock. Budget is limited and I'm trying real hard not to got in debt.

Rick



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casecollectorsc

04-09-2012 21:01:33




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 Re: Case 660 Combine in reply to oldtanker, 04-09-2012 16:00:55  
My son has a 660 with Case 4 belt pickup and possible 2 row head! E So Dak.



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Case Nutty 1660

04-08-2012 06:25:25




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 Re: Case 660 Combine in reply to oldtanker, 04-07-2012 21:19:54  
well that means my "Case combine fleet" is going up in value? seems a lot for a non running ruff 660 though but if some one needed a parts machine maybe not that out of line I guess thanks for the update cnt



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oldtanker

04-08-2012 20:09:35




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 Re: Case 660 Combine in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-08-2012 06:25:25  
Bad belts, bad pulleys, engine was free but according to the auctioneer has a bad fuel pump. Header auger had rust holes in it and the cross auger and elevator to the grain tank had duct tape all over it, tires had some pretty bad weather checking but held air. That is the only Case combine I've seen in this area and from they way the buyer looked it over I'm thinking he an old guy who needed a small bine to tide him over till he retires. If he only needed it for parts I wonder why he bought the corn head too. But then again you may be right. Would have been the perfect size bine for me.

Rick

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Case Nutty 1660

04-09-2012 05:54:40




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 Re: Case 660 Combine in reply to oldtanker, 04-08-2012 20:09:35  
I could be way off on him needing a parts unit I guess even 1500-2000 in a machine if you don't have one would be work too, where are you located as 600/660 machines were the most produced of any Case machine and maybe I can help track one down for you I know where several are now cnt



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