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Old 03-12-2011, 07:18:28 PM
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Default Re: J. I. Case Pictures.

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Here is a picture of the grand-daughter of Case, shot at the Rushville Indiana Show.
This was a huge Case turnout & great show like always.

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What year was this taken?

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Don, Case was featured in Rushville Indiana in 2009. That was when the picture was taken.
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Here's Mr. Andrew's 75 Case at the Paisley, Ontario show 3-4 years ago running the saw mill. This engine has an Oliver's welded boiler with some extra cosmetics with rivets and facsimile lap seam.
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Hello G. Just outta plain ole curiosity, What were you looking for before you got derailed by those fine old Case engine photos I have done the same thing many times lookin for pictures & articles in older magazines & then completely forgot what I was looking for in the first place !! Thanks for sharing them !! Hope you get sidetracked again & post more pictures
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Kevin!!!!
That's the problem - I can't even remember now what I was looking for! And if you asked me to find those Case pictures again I probably couldn't find them now! Did come across some Waterloo stuff today.
I spent half a day a couple of weeks back looking for some stuff that it turns out I never had to begin with. But I did find something else I had looked for some time before - now I forget what that was.
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Default Re: J. I. Case Pictures.

I can't remember if someone posted this on Stak or Mike M pointed it out to me on ebay, i think it was the latter. but its a cool dealer shot. likely firing up the 110 for the first time since the factory

Craig here......that pic is too good to not try to make it better.......
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This pictures was in the Case Archives why I do not know maybe someone can see something special steering wheel is not flat so it can't be too early
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Default Re: J. I. Case Pictures.

Can't remember if I posted it before or not on here (don't think I have? ) but here's my contribution to the thread-an older 20 HP backing the threshing machine into the barn. Notice the old, flat steering wheel and short smokebox. Interesting spark arrestor, too!

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Hi G,
The time thing works only if and when you drive out of the yard! The rest of the time, the farm runs you, a lot like an engine. A big thank-you for the plug on the plowing match. I think the organizers are planning on 25 acres of "antique display" this year,so there should be something for every-one to droole at. A side note; I am wondering on your photo of the "test engine" managment setting the card up, why the steam side of the heater was open? Also is there any set rule regarding the heater valves being open or closed when starting or idling the engine? I suppose less puck comes out of the stack,thus perhaps having less moisture come into the smokebox to deteriorate the metal? If anyone wonders about the "custom" wheels, the rear are portable Geo. White,and the front are heavy wagon wheels on a custom axle, but we still have a lot of fun at the shows and at the farm.Any one know where there might be "real" wheels? While I am dribbling-on, H.Gordon's farm is about 4-5 miles east of here, and is still operating. Thanks for now.
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I don't think I've posted this photo of a 15hp Case turning a pretty good size threshing machine. Gary
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