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Paul Pawlak

12-24-2005 06:45:26

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Hello ladies and gentelman,

I purchased an old basket case SI primarily for the wide front end. I thought that it would make my SC safer and better to drive. I was wrong. I can hardly steer it unless i'm rolling. I'm in the middle of swapping back the narrow front end back to the tracctor. I'm from the north east so the sheet metal parts are rough.....not unrestorable but a little rough. the engine block has about a hole as big as a football in it so the motor is shot. The head is gone. My question is , does anyone out there want a wide front end with the original case grill and radiator. From what undertand there were only 1000 of these wide front ends made , that was in 1948/49. 900 of them were made of leaf springs and 100 were made out of "I" beam just like mine.the rest of the tractor sits up in mt field so if someone needs a pedal, or handle,or something , let me know by my e mail

Paul Pawlak

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Lyn Jones

12-24-2005 09:33:45

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 Re: case SI in reply to Paul Pawlak, 12-24-2005 06:45:26  
third party image

Here's another attempt at posting a photo of my Case SI.

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Lyn Jones

12-24-2005 08:56:08

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 Re: case SI in reply to Paul Pawlak, 12-24-2005 06:45:26  
Here's a photo of a Case SI that I recently bought. Serial # 4714251 makes it 1943.

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12-24-2005 07:13:28

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 Re: case SI in reply to Paul Pawlak, 12-24-2005 06:45:26  
How would you like a good running SI. I have one for sale right now.

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