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ted dosch

09-10-2013 15:47:02




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i am restoring an old abe statue that may have come from the roof of the j i case factory in racine. i am looking for more info. about the old abe statue and photos of one that may exhist. info. is slim and intrest may be slimmer but i think it is a real piece of case history. any onfo would be appreciated.




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McKerrow630

09-11-2013 14:57:19




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 Re: old abe statue in reply to ted dosch, 09-10-2013 15:47:02  
Like Rod said hope it works out and we get to see picture when your done.



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casecollectorsc

09-10-2013 19:42:59




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 Re: old abe statue in reply to ted dosch, 09-10-2013 15:47:02  
Old Abe statue from the Case factory is in Rollag, Mn. at the Western Mn. Steam Thresherman's Reunion show grounds, if I remember correctly.



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Ranchingelec

09-10-2013 19:39:03




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 Re: old abe statue in reply to ted dosch, 09-10-2013 15:47:02  
third party image

Here is a pic of old Abe. It was displayed at the western development museum in North Battleford, Sask. I think the sign said it was on the roof of the case dealership in Regina, Sask. He must have been 25 feet tall. Wanted to post the pic for a while but just figured how to do it off of the iPhone.

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Mopar66701

09-11-2013 04:50:25




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 Re: old abe statue in reply to Ranchingelec, 09-10-2013 19:39:03  
Cannot figure out how to do pics from my phone. How on earth is it done??



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casecollectorsc

09-10-2013 19:45:32




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 Re: old abe statue in reply to Ranchingelec, 09-10-2013 19:39:03  
That one is facing the wrong direction, isn't it???



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Ranchingelec

09-10-2013 20:05:55




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 Re: old abe statue in reply to casecollectorsc, 09-10-2013 19:45:32  
Mmm..??. Even the photo on the museum web sight shows Abe with his head turned that way. So my pic is not backwards. Any body have any ideas?
Could not figure how to get the pic file off of my computer so I took a picture of my computer screen. That is what the curser is on the plaque.



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1370rod

09-10-2013 18:27:26




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 Re: old abe statue in reply to ted dosch, 09-10-2013 15:47:02  
I don't know a thing about them but I bet everyone here would like to see some before and after pics, hint , hint. Rod.



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