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Zach81

03-03-2013 18:30:38




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Picked up an original outdoor Case dealer sign. It is boxed in a lighted frame. Looks almost new. 9 ft wide 3 ft tall.




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Don Rudolph

03-04-2013 06:54:15




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
Nice Find! Display it proundly. Don



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bradley martin

03-04-2013 05:49:46




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
You've got a prize there!! Definitely a KEEPER!!



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Agri King

03-04-2013 04:43:53




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
Yea nice! The condition looks great.



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Farmboy856

03-04-2013 04:42:59




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
You are probably the same nice guys who told the kid at an auction that the wheel weights he needed for his VAC were the ones on the bottom of the 4 ft tall pile of weights he was looking at. They were ALL VAC weights :-)

It is a very nice sign and I'm jealous.



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McKerrow630

03-04-2013 02:32:24




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
That's really nice. Does anybody know the vintage of a rare upside down sign??? hee hee. No really I wonder how old it is? thanks for sharing



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shinnery

03-03-2013 23:52:33




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
Inverted was the word I was thinking about. LOL

Bryce



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Ande

03-03-2013 19:18:49




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
Wow Zach, what a find! Glad you found it.



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Retired Farmer

03-03-2013 19:16:53




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
It looks upside down to me.



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Jgarner

03-03-2013 20:49:06




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Retired Farmer, 03-03-2013 19:16:53  
The upside down ones are very rare, the right side up are just all over the place. (<;

I agree it is a good looking sign!!

Jim



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TimBinWV

03-03-2013 18:51:04




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 Re: dealer sign in reply to Zach81, 03-03-2013 18:30:38  
That"s NICE!



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casenut1

03-03-2013 18:36:24




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Looks great.



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