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Redemption

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Camboted

12-16-2005 01:25:34




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Christmas is some how about redemption. This was a good year for this 1952 Case. What a difference a year makes! Merry Christmas to all on this forum!




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jim handke

12-17-2005 19:30:52




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 Re: Redemption in reply to Camboted, 12-16-2005 01:25:34  
Merry Christmas Ted! And to everyone who uses the Case board.



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Don Rudolph

12-16-2005 14:42:53




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 Re: Redemption in reply to Camboted, 12-16-2005 01:25:34  
Ted,
What an engineering feat!!!!! Are you going to start exporting them back to America? That would be really something to get people talking.



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gary case

12-16-2005 10:06:33




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 Re: Redemption in reply to Camboted, 12-16-2005 01:25:34  
Merry Christmas ALL! TED I KINDA KNOW HOW YA FEEL. I JUST FINNISED MY 530 THIS FALL AND EVERYTIME I GO OUT to the barn, I GET A SMILE ON MY FACE when i see her. my motherinlaw got a little irrate when she saw one of her many comfortors covering the tractor. told her i had to keep it warm. YOU'VE GOT TO BE PROUD. sorry about the caps. i type looking at the keys. what you guys did to that tractor is remarkable. gary case

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John Saeli

12-16-2005 06:07:30




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 Re: Redemption in reply to Camboted, 12-16-2005 01:25:34  
Hey Ted: Merry Christmas to you too!! You tryin to have some fun with us? I see a DC3 before & a DC4 After.. Good lookin for sure. The tractor, that is. No comment on the driver...



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Glenn FitzGerald

12-16-2005 04:17:05




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 Re: Redemption in reply to Camboted, 12-16-2005 01:25:34  
Which one was the before and which one was the after...? Very fine job, Ted! Glenn F.



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JoelV

12-16-2005 03:48:43




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 Re: Redemption in reply to Camboted, 12-16-2005 01:25:34  
Thats great! Merry Christmas to you as well!



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AllanC

12-17-2005 09:11:42




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 Re: Redemption in reply to JoelV, 12-16-2005 03:48:43  
Merry Christmas Ted, and everyone else on the forum. It's been a good year for old Case tractors. ( you can see my LA in the Album)



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