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Which case tractor do these belong to?

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Jeremy Lee

07-08-2012 07:42:53




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Can anyone tell me which case tractor these belong to? Is there any value to these, and if so how much. They are in pretty good shape.




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Ken Jentges

07-09-2012 19:12:41




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Jeremy Lee, 07-08-2012 07:42:53  
I have a 41 LA, looks like that's what your fenders came from. Where are you located?



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Jeremy Lee

07-10-2012 03:56:45




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Ken Jentges, 07-09-2012 19:12:41  
I'm in central Minnesota



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oleclint

07-08-2012 12:47:53




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Jeremy Lee, 07-08-2012 07:42:53  
Some LA s had a wood platform. A neighbors new WW 2 era LA had the wood deck. clint



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D G Wells

07-08-2012 12:01:23




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Jeremy Lee, 07-08-2012 07:42:53  
Those look like early LA fenders. I have bought an entire LA tractor for less than 500 dollars. Those fenders should bring around $150 to $200 at the most. They are durable fenders but they always need straightening, cleaning and painting. That's where the time and money is invested. But, yes someone can use them. ---Derrol in Texas---



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Chuck Machinist

07-08-2012 09:44:32




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Jeremy Lee, 07-08-2012 07:42:53  
I BELIEVE IT I$ A MATTER OF HOW MUCH IS $OMEONE WILLING TO PAY,AND HOW MUCH IS $OMEONE WILLING TO LET THEM GO FOR. I LOVE TO BARTER! IT$ A LO$T ART FORM. THAT$ MY 2 SENSE WORTH!



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Tired Iron Man

07-08-2012 09:07:57




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Jeremy Lee, 07-08-2012 07:42:53  
looks like $500-1000 to me,but most wont be will to pay that much



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caseman-d

07-08-2012 08:45:09




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Jeremy Lee, 07-08-2012 07:42:53  
I would have to say LA, don't think the 500 ever had a wooden deck.
caseman-d



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Tommy Railsback

07-08-2012 11:28:11




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 08:45:09  
Definitely LA before SN 5281065.



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Case Nutty 1660

07-08-2012 09:09:02




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to caseman-d, 07-08-2012 08:45:09  
never even seen the wood Tom, I have to agree some one must have redecal her at some time good eye Tom even though the fenders as well as many other things interchange on the "LA"/"500" models thanks Tom cnt



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Case Nutty 1660

07-08-2012 07:55:30




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 Re: Which case tractor do these belong to? in reply to Jeremy Lee, 07-08-2012 07:42:53  
from the color of the decal (looks Desert Sunset) they would be from a "500" but will fit a "LA" also I would hate to see them scrapped not sure on value though cnt



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