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jic

04-07-2013 15:09:26




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if you want to see some of our case tractors. there is an old website my ding-a-ling nephew made in 2002. he can"t get back into it to up date anything. also the site is slow to load sometimes. www.gygercollection.8m.com i had forgotten all about it till the other day.




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caseman-d

04-08-2013 21:41:49




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to jic, 04-07-2013 15:09:26  
tractor collection



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Case Nutty 1660

04-07-2013 17:02:36




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to jic, 04-07-2013 15:09:26  
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here are the pics I have showing the "preproduction" paint and the "production"



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jic

04-07-2013 17:10:52




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-07-2013 17:02:36  
hey tom, got my new magnun wed. first thing i did was peel off the ih decals. lol



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Case Nutty 1660

04-07-2013 17:33:44




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to jic, 04-07-2013 17:10:52  
when you get her "dolled" up how about a pic?



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Chuck Machinist

04-07-2013 16:11:23




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to jic, 04-07-2013 15:09:26  
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I posted one of your family 400 westerns on 04-03-2013 and she got some rave reviews.My question tonite is the pic of the 411 before [REVISION] ..Could you elaborate.



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Adirondack case guy

04-07-2013 19:59:17




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to Chuck Machinist, 04-07-2013 16:11:23  
They sure were butt ugly in flambeau. Looked like an obsolete MH44. I wonder how/who found the desert sunset. It brought Case out of the dark ages. It wasn't as bad as a 870 cab tractor that I saw painted all IH red though, prior to the merger. The guy was a contractor and even his JD TLBs were painted red. Yuck.
Loren



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D-C-741

04-07-2013 21:13:04




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to Adirondack case guy, 04-07-2013 19:59:17  
I heard of a CASE 770 Near Watertown,NY A Guy Painted John Deere Green .



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jic

04-07-2013 16:34:00




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to Chuck Machinist, 04-07-2013 16:11:23  
for those who didn"t know, thats the way the 400 was going to look like before they came out as a two-tone tractor. dad wanted one painted that way, so he did. CASE never sold any that way.



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Case Nutty 1660

04-07-2013 16:20:56




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to Chuck Machinist, 04-07-2013 16:11:23  
I thought I was the only one to paint my "400" as a proto-type, I was being lazy that day is why I did mine that way yours looks good



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jic

04-07-2013 16:46:55




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-07-2013 16:20:56  
dad sold that 400 to a woman in illinois, and she gave it to her husband for his birthday (wow what a wife) he left it painted that way.



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Kow Farmer

04-07-2013 16:07:42




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 Re: old gyger collection website in reply to jic, 04-07-2013 15:09:26  
JIC,
Thanks for sharing the web link. Very impressive collection of Case tractors you have there. Very nice! I couldn't sign the guestbook for some reason. It was probably me, I am puter (technology) challenged. LOL Do you have any 70 series in your collection? They are my favorite series. Kow Farmer (Kurt)



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