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1918 Case Roller


My name is Nancy Ackerman from NJ. I am the niece of the late Tom Ackerman. When my uncle passed...

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My name is Nancy Ackerman from NJ. I am the niece of the late Tom Ackerman. When my uncle passed away, my father inherited his Case Steam Roller. We are interested in selling it and I am just looking for some direction as to where & who I may contact about this. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Nancy
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Smokstak has a classified area. Would be a good place to list.
http://www.enginads.com/classifieds/

you could try one of the auction companys on this sight. Aumanns sells via internet bids and tends to get top $$$ for desirable stuff. You can find them under the sponcors list.
http://www.enginads.com/bizcards.shtml

Wish you the best of luck.
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Thank you Brian...will look into it.
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Nancy,

My belated condolences at the loss of your Uncle. We don't allow advertisements in the forum, but it is a great place to talk about your Uncle and his engines. Pictures would be great! I see several of the Aultman Taylor, but not the Case.

Good Luck!

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Nancy,
Your Uncle Tom was always upbeat and gregarious. We remember him as always smiling, happy and lighthearted.

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Nancy, what size engine is the case? Is there any pictures of this engine in anybooks? Thanks
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It's a 40 h.p.

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Hi Nancy,
Every engine man should have room in his heart for a steam roller. I've had mine here in the uk, even longer than I've been married.

I hope the roller finds a good home in the US, that you Uncle would have been proud of.

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