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Sammy in Kansas

02-05-2020 17:16:59




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I have a question about the VAC. I have several Case, a 49 VAC that has never left the County I live in and was sold new by Walter Scharf Motor Case dealer in Las Animas, CO. when new in 49. I also have a shorter stubbier looking Case just plain V. Today I bought another that really resembles the V but has a serial number tag VAC50 is first two so I know it is a 46 model. The front end and mounting on fron end looks just like my V. I guess to start with, what all differences were there in 46 to 49 V and VAC tractors.

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rfdmn

02-07-2020 07:18:42




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Sammy in Kansas, 02-05-2020 17:16:59  
Tractor data has a copy of an owners manual for a vac that shows the different configurations.



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Gene Dotson

02-07-2020 02:23:46




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Sammy in Kansas, 02-05-2020 17:16:59  
Lots of differences between the V and VA series. The V series was a parts built tractor with a Continental 124 flat head engine and a Clark transmission and rear axle. The V and VI and VO tractors were short coupled standard tractors and 24 inch rear tires and fixed wide front axle. VC tractors were built with the same continental engine, stilled used Clark transmission and rear axle, but different transmission gears. Rear tires could be 28", 30" or 32 inch. VC was a row crop cultivating tractor and could be had with single front, narrow tricycle or fixed or adjustable wide front.

VA series tractors were all Case built tractors and used 124 Cu. In. overhead valve engines. VA, VAI and VAO tractors were fixed wide front on 24 inch rear tires. VAC tractors were row crop cultivator type tractor could have 28", 30" or 32" tires and could have single front, narrow tricycle or fixed or adjustable front axle.

About the only parts that will interchange between V and VA series tractors are the rear wheels.

Other variations of the VA series could be VAH or VAS basically a VAC with dropped rear axle housings and taller wide front axle.

There are other variations, but won't go into that this morning.

Gene

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Gene Dotson

02-07-2020 03:34:09




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Gene Dotson, 02-07-2020 02:23:46  



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Gene Dotson

02-07-2020 04:02:07




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Gene Dotson, 02-07-2020 03:34:09  
Tried to add a comment but wouldn't let me. These are my V and one of my VC's. Note they both have the chrome strips. V is 1940 and VC is 1942.

Gene



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Sammy in Kansas

02-08-2020 18:36:32




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Gene Dotson, 02-07-2020 04:02:07  
I really appreciate all the info. I am not the best with computer and would love to talk to you more about my 3 case tractor if u could/would call me sometime 719 456 0597. Thank you



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Bob Bancroft

02-06-2020 09:27:10




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Sammy in Kansas, 02-05-2020 17:16:59  
If you haven't been there, tractordata has a lot of information on the V, VA, etc.



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lee_k

02-06-2020 08:48:56




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Sammy in Kansas, 02-05-2020 17:16:59  
The only major change on the VAC (that I know of) was in 51. The grill and front end changed. Im thinking the VAI's may have had a different front end as well. Pictures would help on this. Someone more knowledgeable than me will come along and may be able to shed some more light.

Thanks,
Lee



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rfdmn

02-06-2020 08:01:32




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Sammy in Kansas, 02-05-2020 17:16:59  
Don, you don't miss much do you !!!



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Don Rudolph

02-06-2020 09:18:01




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to rfdmn, 02-06-2020 08:01:32  
LOL It's kind of an obsession.



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Don Rudolph

02-06-2020 07:18:13




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 Re: Case VAC in reply to Sammy in Kansas, 02-05-2020 17:16:59  
I can't help you with your question as I am not a V series person, but Thank you for posting the name of that Case dealer. I'll add them to the list. Don



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