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Case Nutty 1660

02-07-2013 03:19:55




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the final pics, I hope I did not double up on them but the way I saved them it is possible, these final pics show the vast array of signage I want to again thank Jerry very much for allowing these to be posted and Tom for asking me to do the post to me it looks like a great tribute to Harry Kline and Case what a beautiful collection I do hope I am lucky enough to offered a tour if I am in the area some day,,, cnt tom

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NEKS

02-08-2013 06:06:36




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 03:19:55  
Seeing that steamer in the first picture got me to wondering what ratio of steamers to farmers it really was. Heard my dad talking about his dad or his uncle having one.



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casenut1

02-07-2013 14:59:50




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 03:19:55  
Great job, and thanks to all involved.



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dwag

02-07-2013 10:34:02




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 03:19:55  
Once asked Mr Cline why don't you write an autobiography due to his colorful past? His reply with a wry smile, "the story's are all damn lies"! The man was a legend as you guys know, and "played" as hard as he worked.



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Ande

02-07-2013 05:53:40




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 03:19:55  
What a fitting tribute to Harry Kline,everybody"s friend
Thanks Tom,Tommy,and Jerry for sharing this with us



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1370rod

02-07-2013 05:30:37




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 03:19:55  
This has been a wonderful tour! I thank everyone who made it possible to see. In the top pic the huge silver eagle hanging on the wall, was that a mass produced item or a custom build, I don't believe I have ever seen one. Also the only things in the collection that seem out of place are the red tractors, I guess they are a adopted Case color just seems odd all the other colored tractors are absent, that is full size anyway.

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Case Nutty 1660

02-07-2013 06:12:00




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to 1370rod, 02-07-2013 05:30:37  
Rod you and I see things a lot alike I too really like the chrome/silver Eagle I have never seen another like it but would really like to have one cnt



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gmccool

02-07-2013 10:23:29




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 06:12:00  
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I also spotted the chrome eagle. If you guys remember back 5 or 6 months ago ( I don't know how to look in the archives or old posts) I put a question out here as to what I had found. The story the lady told me was that her husband brought it home from the old CASE building that he was working in when Case moved to there new building in the real early 60s. I am still trying to buy it but no luck yet. She has it in her garage & it is just under 8' tall. Gerald

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John Saeli

02-07-2013 05:04:07




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 03:19:55  
In the top pic, right side, what is the plastic bottle for, that is mounted on the back of the modern tractor?



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Case Nutty 1660

02-07-2013 05:08:09




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to John Saeli, 02-07-2013 05:04:07  
windshield washer fliud tank



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Rich10e

02-07-2013 03:54:02




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 02-07-2013 03:19:55  
Don't know if I missed it,but where is that located?Its really amazing.



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Case Nutty 1660

02-07-2013 04:09:26




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 Re: HK Museum pics #4 in reply to Rich10e, 02-07-2013 03:54:02  
Fairwater WI it is Jerry Sanders private museum and tribute to the late great Harry Kline



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