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05-08-2013 18:15:18

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I found from my old stock as a Case dealer two decals '' CASE ''BLUE COLOR ,part number behind is 321-186 what type of tractor or equipment would this fit on , would like to sell them but need to know what they go on. Also found a box of B18289 Decal set for Dealer truck that include about 6 Original Eagle about 8 to 9'' high and 1 of 6'' high and 1 321-258 large Case 20'' long by 5'' high. thank you jcmarleau@aol.com

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Michael Beeker

05-09-2013 09:47:09

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 Re: Case Blue decal in reply to jcmarleau, 05-08-2013 18:15:18  
E-mail should be open, would like to buy Decal sets if possible or when you get price.

thanks, Mike

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dc in illinois

05-09-2013 02:10:58

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 Re: Case Blue decal in reply to jcmarleau, 05-08-2013 18:15:18  
Jc can you post some pictures of the dealer truck decals and would like to see the blue ones also thanks Bob

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05-08-2013 18:48:58

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 Re: Case Blue decal in reply to jcmarleau, 05-08-2013 18:15:18  
I had a blue CASE decal, it was for a Spirit of 76 tractor.

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05-08-2013 18:30:26

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 Re: Case Blue decal in reply to jcmarleau, 05-08-2013 18:15:18  
My 72 case had a blue tenneco decal on it

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