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J. R. McVay, Sr.

07-14-2013 16:13:26




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My son saved this from the junk man. The tin came from a donor in Oregon. A lot of the parts had to be fabricated. This tractor was shipped to J. I. Case Co., Orlando, FL, 7/22/1955.

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Jason Kozlowski

07-17-2013 16:16:24




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
There is a 400 gas orchard sitting in Wenger's yard in Myerstown, PA. I keep hoping someone will save it. It would need a set of tin, but the serial plate is still there.



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EliG

07-16-2013 16:20:06




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
Looking good!!! Hope to get my 401 painted next spring.



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Ande

07-16-2013 15:57:06




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
She really looks good Jim, looking forward to seeing the finished product



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4x4stude

07-15-2013 15:31:58




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
Looking Fantastic Jim!

Zane



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NickatKY

07-15-2013 07:14:28




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
Looking good!!!!!



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Case Nutty 1660

07-15-2013 04:53:40




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
agree with the boys real nice job and great save cnt



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Roger S

07-14-2013 20:05:16




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
Good save, can"t be too many of those left. Tread width should be real narrow. I think the red guys call that a widow maker seat system. Is the original motor rebuildable?



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Don Rudolph

07-14-2013 19:37:13




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
Jim,

That will be a very nice tractor when it is done. Have you heard the story that Case was not going to make any orchard 400's until Pound's Motor Company showed them how to do it? Don



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jon f mn

07-14-2013 19:06:07




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
can't wait to see it done. Thanks for posting.



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Adirondack case guy

07-14-2013 17:22:18




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 Re: Case 402 in reply to J. R. McVay, Sr., 07-14-2013 16:13:26  
Looks like it is shapeing up real nice.
Loren



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