Illustrated Buyer's Guide: Case Tractors
Identify, evaluate, and select every J.I. Case tractor built, including those collectible tractors built from 1956 to today! A virtual history of Case tractors from the steel-wheeled classics to the gas and diesel workhorses. Showcases two- and four-cylinder gasoline-, kerosene-, diesel-, and LP-Gas-fueled tractors built between 1912 and 1969. 2nd ed. Contains useful tips on problem tractors to stay away from.
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Introduction and Investment Ratings
Buying a Collector Tractor
The PatersonCase Experiment 1892
The First Case Gas Tractors 19121916
Crossmotor Tractors 19161928
14-inch plows Angle-iron grouters axle belt pulley bore Brake Horsepower Case-O-Matic cast-iron clutch collectors Continental Motors crankshaft Cylinders Diameter diesel Eagle Hitch equipment extension rims fenders final drive Flambeau Red flat belt Front Wheel Tread Fuel Capacity gallons Cooling System gallons Road Speed gasoline gears general-purpose tractor high-clearance impulse coupling Carburetor inches Front Wheel inches Normal Engine inches Overall Width inches Rear Wheels inches Wheelbase J. I. Case Company kerosene Kingston magneto with impulse manifold Maximum Drawbar Horsepower maximum drawbar pull miles per hour Model CC Model Year Source Nebraska Nebraska Test Normal Engine Speed offered Official Tractor Test operator optional power takeoff Production Totals radiator Rated Brake Horsepower Rated Drawbar Horsepower rear tread Rear Wheel Tread Rollag roller chain row-crop rpm Ignition rubber tires serial number Series Production Series tractors Spade lugs spark-ignition spur gear steel wheels steering stroke thresher tors Totals by Model trac