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What year is my Case D ?????

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Coyote Green

07-09-2013 16:04:44

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I was wondering if any one could tell me what year my case D is?

I am going to try and sell it and I would like to know the year.

The serial number is 5414618

Thanks for any info

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Coyote Green

07-11-2013 04:13:40

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 Re: What year is my Case D ????? in reply to Coyote Green, 07-09-2013 16:04:44  
Thanks everyone for the info

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07-10-2013 05:09:59

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 Re: What year is my Case D ????? in reply to Coyote Green, 07-09-2013 16:04:44  
It is a 1950. Subtract 4 from the first two digits.

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Paul Simmer

07-09-2013 17:00:33

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 Re: What year is my Case D ????? in reply to Coyote Green, 07-09-2013 16:04:44  
There is a serial number lookup feature on this site. It is located to the left under research and info. And Lazy WP is right, 1950.

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Lazy WP

07-09-2013 16:38:33

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 Re: What year is my Case D ????? in reply to Coyote Green, 07-09-2013 16:04:44  
I am pretty sure its a 50, but the real Case people will chime in when they get done workin.

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