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My Favorite Case{s]

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chuck machinist

11-03-2012 08:03:49

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Ok ,lets see if I can get this right.My favorite is my 1955 411 which i aquired this past summer .But it was in 196? when I got to cut my teeth on Dads DC-3 baling hay and plowing.After standing in a furrow line which seemed to be an eternity,I got a chance to plow my first straight furrow.Right,like that was going to happen. The old girl had excessive free play in the steering. Ok P .John what did I leave out? I want to thank in advance for pics borrowed from the forum,as i do not have a pic of dads dc-3

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11-05-2012 08:52:15

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 Re: My Favorite Case{s] in reply to chuck machinist, 11-03-2012 08:03:49  
Nice straight tractors!!! Has the DC ever been painted?Looks original.I would like to see more pics of it.
Thanks for posting,

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11-04-2012 05:00:50

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 Re: My Favorite Case{s] in reply to chuck machinist, 11-03-2012 08:03:49  
I have two DC's that I had gotten from my father in laws estate. I had never been on any CASE tratctors since I was a kid and Dad and I helped Uncle Bob who had 2 case tractors. The DC's are nice to drive . They are comfortable for me to drive since I am on the full figured side (fatboy) . I had no other contact with CASE Dad worked at the local IH dealership and grandpa always farmed with red equipment. It is a nice change to switch back and forth on tractors.

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chuck machinist

11-04-2012 15:43:34

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 Re: My Favorite Case{s] in reply to KEN IND., 11-04-2012 05:00:50  
Ken,if you get the chance ,throw a few pics of your father in laws DC's up on the forum. The fellows would really enjoy seeing them.What part of Indiana r u from? Chuck

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Pastor John

11-03-2012 18:06:23

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 Re: My Favorite Case{s] in reply to chuck machinist, 11-03-2012 08:03:49  
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I have to agree the DC was the workhorse on the farm. I have to admit after all the work this 1949 SC is my favorite.......bottom line a Case is a Case no matter what model!

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