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My first case tractor, A case 56-58 300

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roger8244

06-26-2014 05:14:58




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Just got my first tractor its a case 300 or 310 with loader and backhoe, it runs great with no smoke moves good and all hydraulics work, I know the rims are not original and I need to get fenders for it. It's a good over all tractor, the loader and backhoe needs a few spots welded but it is a 56ish year old tractor, I'm not sure of the year other than 1956 1957 or 1958,

I got it for $1600. and $350. to have it hauled home and I hope $1950. was a good price.



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Dalex

06-26-2014 09:23:53




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 Re: My first case tractor, A case 56-58 300 in reply to roger8244, 06-26-2014 05:14:58  
That looks like it's in wonderful condition ! Was it kept indoors , a city or municipality unit ?



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roger8244

06-27-2014 10:23:14




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 Re: My first case tractor, A case 56-58 300 in reply to Dalex, 06-26-2014 09:23:53  
The photos don't show it as it truly looks, some one painted it a peach kind of orange with a brush, rear rims are john deere and tires are dry rotted, the front tires are almost bold, some one also cut the wrap around tin that goes from the dash around the front, its cut at the top front on both sides (as you can see in the photo) and under the dash and I think they did this to remove the tin with out removing the loader, as well as the tin cut near the sediment bowl, and the backhoe needs 6 places welded and the loader needs 2 places welded. I am now painting it close to the original colors.
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Joe (Wa)

06-26-2014 07:32:48




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 Re: My first case tractor, A case 56-58 300 in reply to roger8244, 06-26-2014 05:14:58  
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Tractor is a 56 or 57 model 310. Model/serial nr tag (if it still exists) is mounted on the dash. Serial nr will indicate the year built.

Joe



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roger8244

06-27-2014 10:12:25




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 Re: My first case tractor, A case 56-58 300 in reply to Joe (Wa), 06-26-2014 07:32:48  
The tag was under the dash as the one in your photo is but it is long gone.



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Joe (Wa)

06-27-2014 11:56:08




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 Re: My first case tractor, A case 56-58 300 in reply to roger8244, 06-27-2014 10:12:25  
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Ok, the round nose 300 series was only built during the model years 1956 & 1957 so it is either one or the other.

Your 300 is a 310, the utility model. The pic is a 311, the general purpose model. Your sheet metal was original factory the same as the pic.

The 311 is Roger Hornbaker's tractor.

Joe

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