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01-06-2015 16:34:55

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I found this video and had to share. Nice shots of some LA's, and a neat 930 tandem!

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Ronald in NWMO

01-07-2015 07:52:17

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 Re: Case in Australia in reply to Hayrack, 01-06-2015 16:34:55  
Very neat and cool video. You have to just love old iron and the way they did things back then. Thanks for the link.

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John Saeli

01-07-2015 04:48:12

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 Re: Case in Australia in reply to Hayrack, 01-06-2015 16:34:55  
Thank you for that. Wonder why they chose to advertise the 930 with IH Drills?

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01-07-2015 19:16:27

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 Re: Case in Australia in reply to John Saeli, 01-07-2015 04:48:12  
John, there were comparatively few Case Planter/drills imported during the 60's. They were very expensive and there were a lot of Drills produced locally. Sunshine/Massey-Ferguson, International, Shearer, Bagshaw, Chamberlain and Connor-Shea probably had most of the market at that time. In our area, most Case agents were also agents for Connor-Shea, who produced a full range of implements to complement each size tractor. - Kav

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Straw Boss

01-06-2015 19:00:39

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 Re: Case in Australia in reply to Hayrack, 01-06-2015 16:34:55  
First time I ever heard of a cross-motor tractor being referred to as having an East/West engine.

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Bob in Australia

01-06-2015 23:45:25

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 Re: Case in Australia in reply to Straw Boss, 01-06-2015 19:00:39  
My grandfather owned one in the 1920s. There were called cross engine Cases here, rather than cross motor. This follows the UK version of the english language.

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