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1370rod

04-10-2013 16:58:14




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I find this old stuff interesting, Pics downloading real slow , will post more tomorrow. Rod.

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Don Rudolph

04-11-2013 10:57:31




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to 1370rod, 04-10-2013 16:58:14  
Rod,

I really like to see that old dealer stuff, reminds me of being a kid and visiting the local dealer. I was wondering if you could share with me the name of the dealer you got this stuff from to see if I have them in the database or not. Thanks, Don



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55 50 Ron

04-10-2013 21:31:14




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to 1370rod, 04-10-2013 16:58:14  
"It"s a Johnson" That"s the electronics company that was in Waseca, now in Texas. I worked as an engineer at the Waseca factory for 18 1/2 years, now retired. They made two way radios and small electronic components. I wasn"t aware that they had an agreement with Case.



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G1355

04-10-2013 19:33:02




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to 1370rod, 04-10-2013 16:58:14  
Nice pictures, the mm caught my eye, mm is probebly a bad word on this forum lol.



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Alan K

04-11-2013 07:32:40




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to G1355, 04-10-2013 19:33:02  
Very nice pictures. Any older info on any brand is interesting. Ive seen a couple of those cabs around here. The MM caught my eye as well..lol..I think that is from a "Total Performance" publication put out by M&W back in the mid 1960s. It had listings for M&W pistons and the increase in hp from them as well as the turbo kits..think I still have the magazine somewhere.



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Jimmie D. Phelps

04-10-2013 18:19:34




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to 1370rod, 04-10-2013 16:58:14  
1370Rod: If you would make your pictures smaller and not put so many at once they would download faster. Make them max-1600X1200. Jim



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Case Nutty 1660

04-10-2013 17:01:59




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to 1370rod, 04-10-2013 16:58:14  
looks like great info in your new treasures Rod



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casecollectorsc

04-10-2013 17:24:27




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 04-10-2013 17:01:59  
Put a Ansel cab like that on my 930 western back in 69. 1030 had a Ansel on it when I bought it.



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DKase

04-10-2013 18:50:21




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 Re: Neat Old Case Info in reply to casecollectorsc, 04-10-2013 17:24:27  
My 830 CK had one of those on when I bought it. I would make someone a really good deal on it if they could use it.



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