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1030 tom

03-03-2013 19:32:34




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I would like to see a real good showing of case at the rantoul ill show in aug. better get your room reserved, there going fast. if anyone hasnt been it is the best show in the country ,field work,tractor and horse pull, celebrities, tractor drive 600 plus acres I hope to bring a 530 if its ready, speaking of the530 i need a good 3 14 three point CASE plow for it any body got one for sale close to ky tom

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Paul Searl

03-05-2013 06:15:15




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to 1030 tom, 03-03-2013 19:32:34  
we went to the last one and piggy backed it with a local auction, I doubt we will go again this year. Anyone going who hasn't been before, be warned. Its an old airforce base, and the show is very spread out. They do have people movers running, but its still a lot of walking. The bad thing is, there are so many golf carts and gators its actually hazardous to be on foot since the runways are kept open they have plenty of freeway to floor it, and floor it they do and keep the same mentality when they turn off. Its bad enough that that alone is enough to make us consider not going back.
Show wise, there is a LOT to see. every major brand is well represented. Personally, we were disappointed though as our preference is pre ww2 and there wasn't a lot of that there. They had parked the beautifully restored E-B and Fairbanks at the far corner behind a large tent, so I don't think a lot of people ever realized they were there. We were told they actually discourage steel wheels in general. No hit miss engines, they were also discouraged and the only steam was the Case 110. Lots of early big 4WD and 60's era, if your a fan of 60's and 70's tractors this is a great show.
The feature was pickers and combines, and they put on a good show with well over 100 corn pickers in attendance. Problem was, there were more pickers than corn so over the weekend everyone only got a couple of passes. They didn't really have set times, each demonstration seemed to be on its own and they tended to overlap with dead time in between, then everything going at once. We were waiting to see the gp and waterloo boy team make their pass so missed the plowing.
All in all, it was interesting to go once, especially since we were already going to be there for the auction, but not sure we'll make the 3 hour trip this year. This isn't a great show for early ag guys, but if your into the muscle era and like big 4WD, you'll see a lot.
I didn't take a lot of pictures but what I did is here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.251496361548583.65916.100000646620177&type=3

I was going to post some pictures here, but they are too large.
This post was edited by Paul Searl at 06:16:39 03/05/13.

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axe55

03-04-2013 21:37:17




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to 1030 tom, 03-03-2013 19:32:34  
wow it's only 65-70 miles from Decatur. I've never been. hope to have the 930 running by then. looks like it would take a big trailer. may have to just go watch



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James Lieb

03-04-2013 18:51:15




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to 1030 tom, 03-03-2013 19:32:34  
Show dates August 22-25.Half Century of Progress.com



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kwoodrum570

03-04-2013 09:12:34




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to 1030 tom, 03-03-2013 19:32:34  
3bottom case plow on craigslist owensville ohio



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kwoodrum570

03-04-2013 09:17:11




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to kwoodrum570, 03-04-2013 09:12:34  
3 bottom case plows hillsboro ohio craigslist



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gmccool

03-04-2013 08:14:27




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to 1030 tom, 03-03-2013 19:32:34  
What are the show dates. I had my new show directory mailed to my Iowa home & I am currently in my Canada home. Are they featuring CASE this year? Gerald



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shinnery

03-03-2013 23:46:42




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to 1030 tom, 03-03-2013 19:32:34  
Only 966 miles, wonder if BHO will have fuel prices over $6 /liter by August?

Bryce



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chuck machinist

03-03-2013 19:56:26




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 Re: rantoul ill in reply to 1030 tom, 03-03-2013 19:32:34  
Toms right,it is a great show! I ran across the show about 4years ago. If I had not a previous appointment ,I would have stayed longer.



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