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A new place to store a Case...

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danjwv

04-13-2013 18:14:58




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Some tractors sitting out in the cold waiting for their new home to be built.
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A few of the many tractors that need a roof over their hoods.
third party image Coming soon...A new Case building...
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third party image The lay out.
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Still working.
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The up-rights.
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The tractors are getting anxious.
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But everyone else it too.
third party image This was all done today and we will continue working and have more pictures later. third party image A few more waiting for the new addition.
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With more room to store tractors means we get new tractors...The newest being the RC.

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Don Rudolph

04-14-2013 05:35:04




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to danjwv, 04-13-2013 18:14:58  
Very nice collection of Case stuff. It will be nice to have a new shed to put them in. I"m looking forward to see how it turns out. Don



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Danjwv

04-14-2013 12:44:11




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to Don Rudolph, 04-14-2013 05:35:04  
Don. Due to cash flow im getting 30 x 60 x 14 tall and hopefully spring of 2014 ,Lord willing and the creek dont rise ,ill add that much more next spring. Am excited to share with everyone also when further along. Danj



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McKerrow630

04-14-2013 02:23:05




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to danjwv, 04-13-2013 18:14:58  
Nice look'en herd you have there. Must be nice to work in T-shirts-n-shorts. Youngest daughter lives in harrisonburg,va. said it was 80 in her parts last week. Love the pic's. My question is...will the building be big enough???? hee hee. Great ta have family to be apart of it too. Something they will never forget. Looking forward to more pics.Thanks for sharing



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NickatKY

04-13-2013 20:51:13




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to danjwv, 04-13-2013 18:14:58  
Nice pics/tractors
Thanks for posting
Nick



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JimEvans

04-13-2013 20:35:17




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to danjwv, 04-13-2013 18:14:58  
I would have to say the BF Avery is even uglier than the one I just bought. Of course, anything is ugly when you park it next to an old Case.



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Danjwv

04-13-2013 20:49:22




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to JimEvans, 04-13-2013 20:35:17  
Hi
For sure a misfit with the rest of the case stuff here but for the price i couldnt see it going to its great reward.
Ill have to park it with the field marshal so the cases will not fight with them. Danj



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casenut1

04-13-2013 18:49:15




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to danjwv, 04-13-2013 18:14:58  
What year is the RC? Not sure the building will be big enough.



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Danjwv

04-13-2013 20:01:29




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to casenut1, 04-13-2013 18:49:15  
Hi The rc is a 39 i got it about 3 weeks ago it came from parkersburg wv. Carb is on its way back from dennys in ohio from being rebuilt this week.,, get to run it monday or tuesday
Dan j



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casenut1

04-13-2013 20:25:56




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to Danjwv, 04-13-2013 20:01:29  
Where are you located at.



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Danjwv

04-13-2013 21:05:30




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to casenut1, 04-13-2013 20:25:56  
Were located Weston West Virginia
Dan



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Ronald in NWMO

04-13-2013 18:44:09




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 Re: A new place to store a Case... in reply to danjwv, 04-13-2013 18:14:58  
Nice pictures. Even nicer story. I don't know if that shed is big enough for all those tractors or not. If they do all fit, they will enjoy having a roof over their heads and you will too.



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