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Rare Cases

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Hoofer B

06-19-2020 05:15:37




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OK Guys and Gals, what would you consider to be some of the rarer Case tractors out there? Low production models or options not seen much. Lets get some good discussion going here. Thanks, Bill




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RGMartin

06-22-2020 12:10:19




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
I don't. It has been discussed on here before though, general consensus was that demonstrators were "common" compared to them.

I have a 13, and and have never seen another in person. There was one for sale in the last year in Ohio if memory serves. I have seen 100s of cabbed ones.



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NickatKY

06-21-2020 13:15:31




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
511 VAO-15s were built.Mine was shipped to California




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NickatKY

06-21-2020 13:12:05




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
1559 VAS tractors were built
Heres one of mine





Heres my VAS experimental that I believe is the first one built and possibly a prototype


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NickatKY

06-21-2020 13:04:05




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Heres a few of my low production tractors

I looked for a DC-4 Rice Special for over 20 years before I found this one.






The 1951 D I first saw in the YT photo gallery over 15 years ago. Finally caught up with the owner last year and bought it. He is a great guy with a long history of Case ownership.




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ra60

06-21-2020 10:03:43




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
I have a '38 Case L with a full electrical system and starts good and cast wheels that came with rubber tires. 20" on front 14 X 28 on rear. Also have a SC- '53 and a 54 DC both with foot clutch and live PTO and hyds.



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c.amick

06-21-2020 08:50:44




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Model B. Only one that I have ever seen is owned by Don L.



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barnfull

06-20-2020 06:41:00




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Picture of my 870 with 15” fenders. All original paint.



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gmccool

06-21-2020 10:28:35




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to barnfull, 06-20-2020 06:41:00  
Barnyard In your picture I noticed your rear weights. Are these original. If so do you by chance know the part # on them. I'm wanting to add a couple rear weights to mine but want to put on the ones that would have came with it when it was new. Thanks



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JoefromAlabama

06-19-2020 20:56:12




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
I have two of the 301 diesels. I think they are fairly rare. There were only about 900 built. My dad was a Case back then and sold two of the 301 diesels new. The engines were so bad both of those were in the junkyard within ten years. I wonder how many are still running.



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Grandpa love

06-20-2020 04:39:25




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to JoefromAlabama, 06-19-2020 20:56:12  
Joe from Alabama, what part of Al? I'm in Talladega county.



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JoefromAlabama

06-20-2020 20:18:39




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Grandpa love, 06-20-2020 04:39:25  
I am from Snead, al. My brother and I own the CaseIH dealership.



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Grandpa love

06-21-2020 04:48:17




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to JoefromAlabama, 06-20-2020 20:18:39  
Nice. One of these days we gotta make it to y'alls tractor show.



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JoefromAlabama

06-21-2020 19:50:04




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Grandpa love, 06-21-2020 04:48:17  
Would love to have you. The show was cancelled this year because of Covid virus but other than that it is always the third Saturday in April. Weather plays a big part of how many attend but normally we have between 80 and 120 tractors and 700 to 1000 people. Since you are from Talladega do you know my friend Ronnie Lott . He owned the CaseIh dealership in Talladega until he retired a few years ago. He usually brings three or four tractors to the show.

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Grandpa love

06-22-2020 05:31:07




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to JoefromAlabama, 06-21-2020 19:50:04  
I'm sure I've met him. I'm terrible with names.



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Jeremy McNary

06-19-2020 20:26:17




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
LAI Military with Air brakes, not many of them made and even fewer left.



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1370rod

06-19-2020 20:15:55




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
970 gas tractors and a very few early 70 series 2 wd tractors had side panels with 14 fins. I have a open station 870 diesel PS that was narrow front.



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barnfull

06-19-2020 18:08:10




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
I have a 870 with the 15” wide fenders. Not sure how many were produced. Heard less than 50. Can’t prove that.



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gmccool

06-19-2020 16:58:04




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Something I thought about today. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong but I think the 70 series had a option of 15" wide fenders on open station tractors. I think 12" wide fenders were standard. Probably a few of those were ordered in the prairie country but not in the Midwest.



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paul a young

06-19-2020 17:39:53




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to gmccool, 06-19-2020 16:58:04  
15” fenders were optional on 770 and 870, the bigger 970 and up had option of 24” for the wide option. Not many 15” out there.



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Nedd

06-19-2020 15:18:51




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
I think widefront has quite a few rare tractors. He has an SS (only seven made). CH (also only a few made). Spirit of 76. (Say 500 or less) smooth block center exhaust SC (200 or less made). I love his collection.

I have an airborne SI. The original war department manual shows less than 200 made.

I agree with gmccool. Dad has an 870 gas 8 speed open station. I think there were less than 150 of those made.

I like seeing the more odd/different variations

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casecollectorsc

06-19-2020 17:47:46




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Nedd, 06-19-2020 15:18:51  
My son has a 870 8 spd gas open station tractor. Has the holes in the front of the hood for the front mount cultivator rods to go thru. Don't know if I've seen another.



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BarryfromIA

06-19-2020 14:50:23




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
I have a 312 rn with a fiberglass hood and I have not heard of another one plus only around 600 312 rn's built. Who decides what is rare.



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rustred

06-19-2020 13:42:37




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
there is no rare ones unless maybe the model R or some of the crossmounts.



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bradley martin

06-19-2020 13:26:05




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
VAS, VAH are few and far between. Also, high clearance 30 series are seldom seen.



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Hoofer B

06-19-2020 14:57:44




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to bradley martin, 06-19-2020 13:26:05  
no one mentioned the super VAC-DTA. Now those are as rare as a Farmall H TA. LOL



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Jal-sd

06-19-2020 13:02:36




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Not real rare, but not common either is an '54 S or D series with eagle hitch, live power and foot clutch. Don't know how many D series, but less than 1,500 S series built. How many are left?



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John Saeli

06-19-2020 17:44:32




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Jal-sd, 06-19-2020 13:02:36  
We got 3 DC Foot Clutch's & 2 SC Foot Clutch's.



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gmccool

06-19-2020 09:31:26




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Not rare by any means but my 870 gas 8spd open station isn't a real common tractor.



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RGMartin

06-19-2020 09:11:17




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Open station 1270 and 1370.



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2 9600

06-22-2020 11:23:50




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to RGMartin, 06-19-2020 09:11:17  
any idea HOW MANY OPEN STATION 1370S WERE PRODUCED



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tomturkey

06-19-2020 06:34:03




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
the 350's may fit into the "rare" category. Like only 1000 produced. Have no idea how many are still around. gobble



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tomturkey

06-20-2020 15:16:10




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to tomturkey, 06-19-2020 06:34:03  
I have 1 you have 3, kenbob has one, well we know about 5 of them lol lol gobble



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John Saeli

06-19-2020 17:45:13




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to tomturkey, 06-19-2020 06:34:03  
We got 3 here.



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Don Rudolph

06-19-2020 06:12:42




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 05:15:37  
Hello Bill,

I would have to say RO. Very few ever made. My Dad's 1st tractor. Don



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Hoofer B

06-19-2020 07:41:27




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Don Rudolph, 06-19-2020 06:12:42  
I was in your neighborhood yesterday. I delivered a load to Cooks Orchard. Talked to Jeff for 1/2 hour. Really nice guy. Bill



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Hoofer B

06-19-2020 17:10:27




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 07:41:27  
Don, Wood Orchard. not cook. Bill



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Don Rudolph

06-19-2020 16:56:29




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 07:41:27  
Wood Orchards?



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kenbob

06-19-2020 07:15:55




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Don Rudolph, 06-19-2020 06:12:42  
I have the 351 and I think I have a rare tractor, until I look at the numbers on any orchard model.



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Hoofer B

06-19-2020 10:01:19




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to kenbob, 06-19-2020 07:15:55  
Could you post a picture of the 350? Bill



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kenbob

06-19-2020 10:35:25




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to Hoofer B, 06-19-2020 10:01:19  
I will try to post a picture of my 351. I have a facebook page dedicated to 351/350 tractors. THere were 900 or so 351s and a 100 standards. Standards had a heavy non adjustable front axle. There are 40 members to that page. YT registry shows about 10 tractors. IT would probably be safe to say there are less than 100 351s left and maybe less than 10 350s.

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kenbob

06-19-2020 10:37:53




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 Re: Rare Cases in reply to kenbob, 06-19-2020 10:35:25  
FYI Not all of the members on the facebook site actually own those tractors.



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