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I think they had some nice Cases at the show Saturday.













I didn't get to talk to the guy that fixed this one but pretty slick had a hand clutch with two transmissions and coupled with a chain. Couldn't make out what motor powered it for sure but it had a mag on it.





 

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Thanks Gordan for sharing the case display.
 

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Kinda looks like a Kohler single powering the home built rig. Can't tell for sure without a closer view. Sure looks good though. Also looks like a Model A Ford rear end. Those were some really neat Case's Gordon.

My uncle has a beat up run-down and worn out 300 wide front sitting in his barn. Hasn't run in 25 maybe 30 years. It is a dog with a capitol D. The last time I heard it run, the pistons were going sideways as much as they were going up and down....shifting lever moves in a 6" circle in any gear too.
 

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I would like to have seen the little tractor up close and personal......I use to have one of them set up just like that, rear brakedreums, rearend, and trans was model A ford, actually the trans were a little different in ratio's, and my kinfolk said the steeringbox looked like a 1926 chevy. Mine had a I-beam style front axle with heavy duty 9 inch wheels and tires, about like a forklift would have, and the brake pedals were like on a 2N or 9N (both sides) just under your knees. The engine was a 14hp Kohler, with hand clutch pto just as that one is, man would it ever pull, I had the rear wheels weighted down and plus had chains on them. I could put both trans in reverse then jump off and start drving stakes in the ground to see if it was moving.... :D

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I would really love to have been there. Getting a close look at that high crop Case would be the highlight of the show for me.
 
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