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glr62

08-18-2013 08:58:28




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Case Nutty 1660

08-18-2013 12:00:00




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 08:58:28  
not a 420 model as it does not have a self-leveling bucket linkage, my guess is a 310/320 model but like Dan said could be a 210 also need to see more of the unit to tell for sure also should have a tag on the engine telling cubes



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glr62

08-18-2013 19:56:30




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-18-2013 12:00:00  
looked all over for serial number cept the engine



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Case Nutty 1660

08-19-2013 04:56:51




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 19:56:30  
that one should be stamped on the right hand side of the block at the rear, if you can get us a few more pics of it we can confirm its ID a pic of the dash and steering wheel area should do it



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Case Nutty 1660

08-19-2013 06:28:55




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-19-2013 04:56:51  
sorry did not see the dash pics below it looks to be a 1958 310 the steering wheel like that was on 58's



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Joe Young

08-19-2013 06:34:28




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 08-19-2013 06:28:55  
Yep, and the radiator / front tin would support the belief that its a 1958 model.



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Adirondack case guy

08-18-2013 11:52:28




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 08:58:28  
It appears to be a 410B. It has the lower rear hood panel by the fuel tank on it yet.
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oldproudvet

08-18-2013 10:24:32




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 08:58:28  
Appears identical to my 1959 310B. Can't see the dash though..........



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glr62

08-18-2013 19:52:23




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to oldproudvet, 08-18-2013 10:24:32  
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TimBinWV

08-19-2013 04:00:16




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 19:52:23  
The serial number used to be on the side of the dash where the small rectangle shows the original color.



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TimBinWV

08-19-2013 03:56:14




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 19:52:23  
Looks like a "58 or "59 310B. Should have a 148 cu. in. engine, dual-range transmission, shuttle-shift, 2-bolt-hole starter.



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TimBinWV

08-18-2013 09:36:15




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 08:58:28  
Does the dash have individual gauges or the single cluster? The 210B"s had individual, the 310B"s had clustered gauges.



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Ande

08-18-2013 09:02:31




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 Re: what did i find? in reply to glr62, 08-18-2013 08:58:28  
Looks like a "200" series



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