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D Case Guy

11-08-2018 20:53:48




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Racine 4th of July parade footage from 1941.

There is some neat footage of current equipment as well as Case displaying some of its history, including old #1.

Gotta love old film. They're not making any more of it.


https://youtu.be/mT662zaAHpE




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kevinthefixer

11-10-2018 17:30:58




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Quoting Removed, click Modern View to see

In the '40s and '50s my father shot a whalegut load of slides. The KodaChrome ones still have pretty good color; the EktaChrome are all red, no green or blue left at all. Guess it makes no difference now, neither type is being made any more.



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D Case Guy

11-10-2018 13:24:58




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Starring, in order of appearance:

41 LA
41 V 41 S w rake (model?)
41 SC w baler (NCM?)
S w combine (galvanized A-6?)
DI narrow tread w ground hog thresher
Old #1
Early wooden thresher
41 DC w salesmans model steam engine and thresher
20-40
12-25
L
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Next is curious in that it looks like a 42 SC, and Flambeau (A-6?) Combine that says 42, although footage and other models all indicate 41 year
..... ....

41(or 42?) LA

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Case Nutty 1660

11-10-2018 14:37:36




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-10-2018 13:24:58  
the rake is a model 170 baler is a NCM combine is a model "M" the 42 SC has a model "G" or "F" combine I think thats correct,, I will do some digging cnt



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D Case Guy

11-10-2018 16:09:54




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-10-2018 14:37:36  
Wow! Nice work. There wasn't much to catch on the M to guess that. I thought that Flambeau combine looked wrong for an A-6, but maybe larger than I expected (taller) for an F. I'm guessing on G. I'll see what you think.

It's almost like you know combines, lol



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larry duda

11-10-2018 13:03:03




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
was an awesome video. Thanks



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FastFarmall

11-10-2018 10:41:49




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
The hay baler scene stole the show !



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D Case Guy

11-10-2018 13:01:17




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to FastFarmall, 11-10-2018 10:41:49  
I agree. That was the main attraction for me. The rest was just window dressing. ( But cool window dressing none the less)



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Case Nutty 1660

11-10-2018 05:25:10




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Thank You Andrew for Sharing this here cnt



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c.amick

11-09-2018 17:38:50




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Very enjoyable. Must have been made only a few years after color films came out. Don't know what year color films started, but the Wizard of Oz was in color in 1939.



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D Case Guy

11-10-2018 15:45:51




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to c.amick, 11-09-2018 17:38:50  
Good question. I found Kodachrome was introduced in about 35 or 36 and was intended for home video and slides. I have seen a lot of old home videos surprisingly in color, and that is what this is. (The stick footage has no sound)



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Don Rudolph

11-09-2018 16:40:38




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
At one time Case must have been very proud of their heritage. Thanks for posting this! Don



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Tubacase47

11-09-2018 11:02:56




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Great footage, but the music (76 Trombones) had not been composed at that time. The best evidence I have is that the Broadway Musical opened in 1957.



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D Case Guy

11-09-2018 11:42:35




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to Tubacase47, 11-09-2018 11:02:56  
Lol. You caught me. All the footage was silent, so I added some audio I thought would seem appropriate. Next time I'll have to some more vetting of my soundtrack.



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Ande

11-09-2018 09:48:34




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
That was really great, thanks for posting this for us!



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Bruce from Can.

11-09-2018 07:08:38




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
That was fun to watch.



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connor9988

11-09-2018 07:01:45




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Neat video. I really liked the hay rake with the pneumatic tires all painted up.



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1370rod

11-09-2018 05:33:47




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Very Nice!, thanks for showing, Rod.



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John Saeli

11-09-2018 05:28:24




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
Thank you!! Great footage of a time when CASE was proud of their heritage, unlike today. Hey Tome Stanley!! Post this on that CASE site & see what they do with it!!



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Case Nutty 1660

11-09-2018 06:05:00




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to John Saeli, 11-09-2018 05:28:24  
John,, I take it you mean the cih page? lol they would probly delete it, this and a few more have been put together by Andrew Nelson for the fb pages he is on, I did not know he had added them to u-tube,, some neat stuff in them,, cnt



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John Saeli

11-09-2018 08:07:33




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to Case Nutty 1660, 11-09-2018 06:05:00  
Tom: As you know, I never got hooked up w/ F'book, but if you think it will give CNH a rash in their ash to have this on their site, go for it!!



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oldproudvet

11-09-2018 05:10:20




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 Re: Parade footage in reply to D Case Guy, 11-08-2018 20:53:48  
That is some nifty footage, thanks for posting! Fun viewing with the 9 temp and snow this morning in west central MN



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