Old Abe perched on a globe is a symbol that is dear to any collector of Case tractors. This symbol, last used in 1969, is a reminder of the past when the now-collectible Case tractors were brand-new machines full of potential.This new edition of Case Tractors: Illustrated Buyer's Guide showcases some of the most collectible Case tractors. Case two- and four-cylinder gasoline-, kerosene-, diesel-, and LP-gas-fueled tractors built between 1912 and 1969 are featured in a detailed historical overview. Over 200 photographs, advertisements, diagrams, and illustrations display the tractors in comprehensive detail.This guide will help collectors identify, evaluate, and select Case tractors for purchase. Information about each model includes specifications, product and serial numbers, options, and much more. Each model is rated on a five-star system based on investment potential. General and specific buying tips are also highlighted for anyone looking to purchase a Case tractor.Table of Contents Acknowledgments Introduction and investment ratings Buying a collector tractor The Paterson/Case experiment 1892 The first Case gas tractors 1912-1916 Crossmotor tractors 1916-1928 Standard and row crop tractors 1929-1940 The Flambeau red tractors 1939-1955 The desert sunset and Flambeau red years 1955-1969 Case gas tractor serial numbers Case gas tractor paint colors Index Case Tractors: Illustrated Buyer's Guide is a must-have reference for anyone considering purchasing one of Case's classic farm tractors.
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