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Case Nutty 1660

07-19-2012 19:58:10




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will be mounting the hdr in the morning and seeing if the Barley is ready if you guy's like I could post some field pics of it (1660) working? and soon the thresher is coming out for another run cnt

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Ande

07-31-2012 06:18:40




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-19-2012 19:58:10  
Tom,for everything you do for your friends,ask one of them too take a vid of the "1660" strutten its stuff and it will go viral on youtube!People have forgotton how big this combine is
Love the pics too Tom



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Florida Glenn

07-20-2012 04:17:04




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-19-2012 19:58:10  
That Case Eagle reminds me of Pounds Motor Company in Winter Garden Florida. Hoyle Pounds started Pounds Motor Company in 1914 and is credited with being one of the first to put rubber tires on tractors. In addition, he invented all kinds of equipment to be used in the Orange Groves that used to cover this area of the state. His son Herbert took over the business in the late 40's and passed away recently at the age of 91. Every Case tractor in these parts has a Pounds Motor Company sticker on it. They had one of those eagles in front of their shop and the inside of the shop was painted flambeau red. It was a cool place to hang out as a kid.

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McKerrow630

07-20-2012 03:48:39




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-19-2012 19:58:10  
I can see pic's can't read so good. Pleae Tom,God Bless



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casecollectorsc

07-19-2012 23:56:02




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-19-2012 19:58:10  
My 1660 is comming out tomorrow! Only got 60 acres of wheat to do. Will use it and 400pto and son's 960.



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NickatKY

07-19-2012 23:16:20




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-19-2012 19:58:10  
Case Nutty;
I always enjoy your posts.My computer has been acting up lately,so I haven't been posting much.
Nick



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outsidersag

07-19-2012 20:09:59




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-19-2012 19:58:10  
I want to see that 1660 working!! wish i wouldnt have sold my 960



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TimBinWV

07-19-2012 20:09:19




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 07-19-2012 19:58:10  
I don't want to see any pics, Tom.


I want VIDEO!



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Florida Glenn

07-20-2012 04:06:14




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 Re: getting my name sake out in reply to TimBinWV, 07-19-2012 20:09:19  
Now there's an idea!!!! Video would be great!



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