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Re: Well here it is!!!!

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02-06-2001 05:29:01

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It's a Beauty!!! What is it though? I've been wishing I had a crawler for the snow we've been getting this year. Looks like that ol' girl would push it! Keep us posted with your progress...

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02-07-2001 16:56:27

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 Re: Re: Re: Well here it is!!!! in reply to Levi, 02-06-2001 05:35:27  
Levi, I work for a Case Industrial dealer in Upsate NY, our dealership is the longest running single ownership (father to son) Case dealership in continental US. My owner has 3 or 4 of these in his collection, they later were called Case 310's. A couple of his have backhoes, and probably that's what was on yours, I have not seen many crawler loaders with scarifiers an the back as traction would be a problem without grousers. She will clean up nice, have parts available through owners son's business, e-mail if we can help! Boss has a real nice 310 crawler dozer with 3pt and pto...keep trying to get him to part with it!! Also has a CD crawler, real rare I guess! Pete

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