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This picture is a 1929 model, which was the first year the tractor was produced. Final production was in 1940 with a total number of 31678 of the L Series tractors being produced.

Case L Tractor


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Comments on this Tractor

Tom Parker wrote on Thursday, August 01, 2013 (PDT):
  • Started driving a Model L when I was 11 years old, pulling a Baldwin Combine that my Dad was operating. We then moved to eastern CO and I started plowing sod on a 2 section farm driving the same Model L. My grandfather, Charles A. Skelton, was the first Case dealer in Hereford, TX.
    TODD WEEKS wrote on Monday, July 15, 2013 (PDT):
  • Case L in a good operating condition should sell for 1500-2000
    Julie wrote on Tuesday, April 23, 2013 (PDT):
  • I have a 1930 s Case Model L tractor for sale and I can not find any for sale to find a price. Anyone have any info on this, I would appreciate it.
    sterren myklejord wrote on Friday, August 10, 2012 (PDT):
  • I got my uncles L case 37 on full steel with extensions. Been in the myklejord family since the 50 s.
    Brad Dodson wrote on Saturday, April 28, 2012 (PDT):
  • I am getting ready to pick up a Case size L #L329967. Do you know the year and the weight of this tractor
    John J. Meola wrote on Wednesday, February 29, 2012 (PST):
  • Question about Bucyrus Erie cable shovel, Model 22B. It has a serial number of 78121, I am trying to get some idea of the date that number corresponds to. Apparantly 1946 had the serial numbers in the range of 44142, so I m guessing maybe 1960-70 s Any help on that estimate is appreciated.
    T Kasten wrote on Friday, September 17, 2010 (PDT):
  • Terry your L Case serial number 4211599 indicates your tractor was built in 1938, which was also the 1st year Case went to a 7 digit serial number.
    richard ewasko wrote on Monday, July 19, 2010 (PDT):
  • I have a Case L ser# C376339 motor block # 4-15 I am not sure whether to restore or sell to anyone that wants to restore same. Not running but not seized needs carburator and housing. Front rad complete but mounting brackets are broken. I am in Manitoba Canada if you have parts please e-mail back if interest in purchasing same I can send detailed pictures.
    Terry Koehler wrote on Tuesday, June 08, 2010 (PDT):
  • Could anyone tell me the year of a case L serial # 4211599. I can not find a date anywhere on the tractor. It is on steel if that helps.
    Taragerycle wrote on Thursday, November 05, 2009 (PST):
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    BJ Manes wrote on Sunday, September 06, 2009 (PDT):
  • Shortly after August, 1940 my parents moved to a Texas farm where I learned to drive at age nine 9 . The tractor was a Model L or possibly a Model C . I could stop it by pulling the clutch lever back. To drive forward, I had to just hold the clutch lever forward so I could not drive it in the field. I was not big enough to push the clutch lever forward to lock it in place. My frist accident also involved the Model L. I hit a steel gate post in third gear, I think with the left front wheel. The front axle bent back about 6 or so inches. My Dad had to pay 2.50 to have the axle heated and straightened out. My excuse; the steering gears were so worn that one had to turn the steering a full turn to start going the other direction. I do not recall getting a spanking after the wreck, so my excuse must have worked. Thanks for the Memories......BJ
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    Jim wrote on Saturday, November 29, 2008 (PST):
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    susan wrote on Tuesday, May 06, 2008 (PDT):
  • i have a beautifully restored 1937 Case L that my grand father bought brand new. I live in New Zealand as did my grandparents and family. My father restored this old dear several years ago. I take it to Vintage tractor shows. I have no idea what she is worth so comments would be great. Cheers Suzi
    george warrington c/o wrote on Tuesday, January 22, 2008 (PST):
  • igot a 1930 case L lastyear iit is very well i took it to cooley vintage show last year
    Stephen Tkachyk wrote on Monday, October 08, 2007 (PDT):
  • I was asked by an old friend of my father who is restoring a CASE L and a LA tractor to try and find out the paint codes for each. Could any one help me with this do I need a specific year Thanks
    Helen wrote on Wednesday, September 19, 2007 (PDT):
  • Thank you for your job!!
    karlsmith wrote on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 (PST):
  • I have a 1939casec that i need an exhaust manifold for and also a front rim. if anyone haves these parts for sale please write me or call 7173694807
    karlsmith wrote on Tuesday, March 20, 2007 (PST):
  • I have a 1939casec that i need an exhaust manifold for and also a front rim. if anyone haves these parts for sale please write me or call 7173694807
    Eric Porch wrote on Monday, March 19, 2007 (PST):
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    carrie wrote on Monday, August 28, 2006 (PDT):
  • My husband just purchased a case tractor model 210 B L serial number 612908. Trying to find out some information on it. The year and ect. Can anyone tell me anything about these tractors? Greatly appreciate.
    Kristi Moen wrote on Sunday, July 16, 2006 (PDT):
  • My dad has a 1938 L Case Tractor that was his uncle's. He is entering the tractor in a parade and has ordered some decals for it. He is wanting to know where the decals would go on an L Case tractor. Is there anyone that would have a picture or be able to tell me where the decals are positioned on the tractor. Thanks.
    Donald Gresko wrote on Wednesday, May 10, 2006 (PDT):
  • My dad had two 1929 case tractors one with rubber tires and one with steel.I drove both of them plowing,spraying fruit trees,pulling out trees and all kinds of other things.these were great tractors, you could never over work these tractors believe me i tried . use to start them up on gas put a piece of cardboard in front of the radiator when the water started to boil then I would change over to kerosine and run all day long.DON'T know what happen to them they were parked behind the barn when my dad passed away about 18 years ago.reading all these comments brings back memories and the good old times. I was 8 years old when i first drove one.what a thrill that was.that was better then drinking a cold bottle of Bud.
    Brandon wrote on Wednesday, April 19, 2006 (PDT):
  • My dad and I just bought a Case tractor that is almost identical to the one pictured above. However, we have been told by a few people that this is absolutely not a Case L because a L is a lot bigger than this one. We have no idea what it is if it's not an L. Any thoughts? Is there another model that looks like this? Also, does anyone know what the horsepower is on this tractor? Any information would be appreciated.
    Julie Burt wrote on Saturday, December 24, 2005 (PST):
  • To Bob Brown. I still have the tractor. I am in Mulliken,MI. Phone#517-649-8598. We also have a 1947 Cub with belly mower for sale.
    Joe Hamilton wrote on Wednesday, December 21, 2005 (PST):
  • I have a Case model C.The original color is Yellow on mine.I thought it may be a CI,but I understand that it would be marked on the serial tag.Mine has always been shedded,it is unstyled with flatspoke rubber tires and was used in a warehouse early on.Yellow paint is present in real hard to reach places and no gray paint is anywhere visible.I need a parts manual for it,and would like to find someone to restore it.I am in Texas.Thanks.903-826-4184
    Julie Burt wrote on Thursday, November 24, 2005 (PST):
  • Yes I still have the tractor. I am in Michigan. Just for clarification, this tractor is on rubber, the rear rims are spoked. It was my Dads.
    Bob Brown wrote on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 (PST):
  • To Julie Burt; If you have not sold your Case L, please call me at 269-849-0566.
    Bob Brown wrote on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 (PST):
  • To Julie Burt; If you have not sold your Case L, call me at
    Ian Hamrick wrote on Tuesday, November 01, 2005 (PST):
  • I now have the pleasure of owning the '39 LI Mr. Pickens inquired about in '03, I too, have an interest in seeing any type of photos involving industrial L's at work or just at idle. The '39 does run well now and seems to be pretty much complete. Has any one been involved with the gigantic drum brake system on the rear wheels? Ive never seen such a thing. Ian
    Julie Burt wrote on Saturday, October 01, 2005 (PDT):
  • I had to take a real close look at this tractor. Thought it was the one in my barn. The one I have is for sale. The only difference is mine has spoked rear wheels.
    Guy Tumblin wrote on Saturday, September 03, 2005 (PDT):
  • We have some steel wheels I think for an L in the woods. I am in SC
    Ed Miller , Sr. wrote on Thursday, August 18, 2005 (PDT):
  • My father farmed 160 acers of Ohio clay with one of these and I can remember like it was yesterday , sleeping in the fender well like place on the backside of the fender. It was slanted and made a good bed for a 6 year old boy!! Also remember when the seat got to hard, dad would set the wheels in the furrow with the 3 bottom plow in the ground and get off & walk along side it while it went down through the field plowing along. What great memorys!!
    virgil reinig wrote on Thursday, April 28, 2005 (PDT):
  • my father who is deceased, lived on the Auburn Road north of fort wayne in. and just north of the SACRED HEART ACEDEMY and they owned a 1929 mod. L that my dad bought after they bought a I H model H we used that tractor for years and it was on steele , then dad sold it to a man from WATERLOO IN. by the name of HARRY SCHIFFLI and he put on big rubber he also had a CASE model C and a CASE model R C and farmed with these tractors until i think in the 70s and had an auction and sold everything and moved to Waterloo , if any one has any info on this I would sure like to hear from them , either by e-mail or by phone call collect to 260-627-2491 thanks VIRG
    Herb Seaver wrote on Sunday, February 20, 2005 (PST):
  • I have a L model case that has been in my family since it was new, it was used to run a a saw mill that my family run in manitbo canada.It is still in original conditionand i am about to restore it.My problem is that the front wheels were changed to rubber useing the steel rims and i would like to change back to steel so if any one knows wherei could pick up a pair please e mail me as it seems i am runing into dead ends thanks Herb
    Eugene Kinzel wrote on Sunday, January 09, 2005 (PST):
  • I'm restoring a 1930 Case L that's been in my family since new. Need the front steel wheels, magneto, intake-exhaust manifold with the pre heater box on it for a Kingston carb, and a good gas tank double compartment.
    Eugene Kinzel wrote on Sunday, January 09, 2005 (PST):
  • I'm restoring a 1930 Case L that's been in my family since new. Need the front steel wheels, magneto, intake-exhaust manifold with the pre heater box on it for a Kingston carb, and a good gas tank double compartment.
    Tom Smith wrote on Thursday, December 30, 2004 (PST):
  • I'm interested in restoring a Case L. I would like to locate a publication that presents Case tractor models and specifications. Does any book exist with this information? Thanks and have a happy new year, Tom
    mike smith wrote on Thursday, November 04, 2004 (PST):
  • I know where one of these is sitting. And I would like to know how much its worth. It is completely restored but they blew a hole out eather side of the block. But they have another block for it. thanks
    David Waldrop wrote on Sunday, July 18, 2004 (PDT):
  • I have a 1929 L Case on steel I got it from my grandfather when he passed away I have done alot of work to it I use it to pull in antique tractor pulls
    Randy Woehl wrote on Sunday, July 11, 2004 (PDT):
  • Can anyone tell me where to find out about when the L Case tractor on steel, when sold, did Case give out a small brass emblem with a leather strap? I guess this was for a pocket watch is what grandma said when she give it to me in 1981? Also did the possiablly give out a pocket watch? I have these Items and pocket watch, Elgin, dates to 1931. I also have all the original owners manuals for the L, LA, and the J.I. Case Threasher. And BW photos of all this together when my Grandfather purchaced this, and it operating in the field. See he run a Threasing Company in the 20's - 40's. Saved Everything, and the threasher is still on the farm. But my Grandpa is gone,and my Dad and brother passed early. So I am left with all this and trying to put it all together. Now you know my intrest. Can anyone tell me where to find out this information, web sites, people, or place to go. I have more items,manuals, tools, parts,ect, but those are the most intresting ones to me that seem to somehow go together. e-mail me ; woehl at hotmail.com Thankyou to anyone that can help me to learn about this history, that way I learn more about my Grandpa too.
    d.masters wrote on Saturday, April 24, 2004 (PDT):
  • my brother-in-law has an old L on steel,needs restored.may sell whats it worth?
    erin wrote on Thursday, April 01, 2004 (PST):
  • my father and i currently own a 1929 case l model and we are in the process of restoring it if anyone knows where to find the "old abe" decals it would be a huge help thanks
    erin wrote on Thursday, April 01, 2004 (PST):
  • my father and i currently own a 1929 case l model and we are in the process of restoring it if anyone knows where to find the "old abe" decals it would be a huge help thanks
    Ed. Miller, Sr. wrote on Sunday, February 15, 2004 (PST):
  • I remember as a boy of about7 or 8 of being with my dad as he plowed with a model 'L' on our farm in Ohio. AsI remember ,he pulled a 3bottom, 14inch plow with it in clay ground. Many times when he got tired, he would put the wheels in the furrow and get off and walked along side the old Case as it "drove" itself down the furrow. Not a real good idea, but at the time we never gave it much thought. It never did get away from him though!
    larry pickens wrote on Thursday, November 27, 2003 (PST):
  • I am looking for a case L does not need to run or have a good transmission just need parts to complete my Case Li. Would be interested in talking to anyone who has a L or Li or has any information on them. E-mail me your phone number or contact information and I will get right back with you.
    Poodle wrote on Tuesday, November 04, 2003 (PST):
  • Got one just like it at home
    larry pickens wrote on Monday, July 14, 2003 (PDT):
  • I have a Case LI I recently acquired.I can find info on the L but not on the LI. I would like to see a picture and find out who I might contact to get on with this project. This is not our first project, this is our first Case. Thanks.
    larry pickens wrote on Monday, July 14, 2003 (PDT):
  • I have a Case LI I recently acquired.I can find info on the
    Ron Satzler wrote on Wednesday, December 25, 2002 (PST):
  • I have a 1930 that looks exactly like this one except mine has spokes in the rear wheels. My love for the L and LA was born one day about 1950 when I was about 10 years old. In eastern Ks where dad farmed the farms were small and the biggest tractors were DC's, M's, WD's,A's,88's. A neighbor had a son farming in western Ks where farms were big. They hauled an LA from western Ks to our small farm community to do some heavy tillage. One of my lasting impression is hearing "something" coming up the road that was definitely louder and different than the usual tractor. As it passed our house, it was the biggest, most awesome tractor I had ever seen and it was towing a great big one-way plow. I ran down the road to the field where the LA was working. After following it through the field on foot for I don't remember how long, I was invited to ride on it. For a poor farm boy, life didn't get any better than that!!!
    bill wrote on Thursday, May 02, 2002 (PDT):
  • I think your tractor would look better if it had a new paint job.....................................
    Brutus wrote on Saturday, April 06, 2002 (PST):
  • In the early 30's a Case dealer was demostrating the model L . He had the l and a 22-36 IH both pulling 3 bottoms. They then put both plows behind the L ( 6 bottoms) it pulled them! I suppose in low gear. Anyway it made quite an impression. This was in Cazenovia, Mn. I have a 29 L. what a power house! It's nearly impossible to kill the motor! Ilove doing belt and plowing with it. The size of the engine parts (rods,valves ect. ) is amazing.
    Kirsten Waljje wrote on Friday, March 15, 2002 (PST):
  • My dad has a model R Case. We are having difficulty acquiring information on this particular model. What was the original color and tire size? Any other information concerning this tractor will be welcome.
    Floyd Jenkins wrote on Friday, October 05, 2001 (PDT):
  • I have just acquired a 1939 Case tractor that needs restoration.Any suggestions from people are welcome-parets books,shows,etc.
    Sam wrote on Saturday, July 28, 2001 (PDT):
  • I have An old DC case i think the serial number is 560718DC
    Travis wrote on Monday, June 18, 2001 (PDT):
  • My Grandfather used to work on Case and Allis Chalmers tractors when I was still in diapers, he passed away before I had the chance to get aquainted with him, When I was deciding what to do in my high school ag class four years ago I obtained my father's permission to restore a 1929 L that was passed down from my Grandfather. I spent a little over a year on it and when I finished I had a nice looking tractor with a solid oak floor that was done for amusement purposes and a nice way to pay tribute to the Grandfather that I never had the chance to get to know. When this project was completed, I continued on with a 37 CC and a 50 DC. What a great way to get in touch with the past.
    Allan Currie wrote on Monday, June 11, 2001 (PDT):
  • I had an L - a later one that looked like the one in the picture. Had the LA rear wheels. Farmed 150 acres with it for quite a few years. They were as durable as they get. Would pull 15 foot massey discer quite well. There were a lot of them out here in west central Saskatchewan. I have an Old L not runnung. ser # is 332511. What year is it?
    Alec Webb wrote on Wednesday, May 23, 2001 (PDT):
  • I remember driving one of the tractors when only a boy of about ten years of age. The farm that my father worked onwas Oughton Head Farm in Hitchin Hertfordshire England and the Farmer was a Mr Moss who owned several tractors of this model which were used for aspects of farm work from ploughing to cutting corn & threshing. At a later date bought an SC three wheeler was used mostly for trailer work with sheep
    Vince Olson wrote on Sunday, December 03, 2000 (PST):
  • I am looking for full fenders for a 1949 D case. Thanks
    Don Henscheid wrote on Thursday, November 16, 2000 (PST):
  • We are in the process of restoring my grandfathers '53 Ford Jubilee. Just discovered are pictures of his 1929 Case L. I would love to find one to restore. Those were great tractors! Any info on price ranges options etc. Thanks
    fabian skretta wrote on Monday, November 06, 2000 (PST):
  • What is the weight of a Case "L" tractor? Please email your thoughts....Thanks.....
    Keith Davies wrote on Thursday, November 02, 2000 (PST):
  • When I was growing up on our farm at Dauphin Manitoba Canada my Dad had one of these on steel wheels, he also later got a model LA, we also had a model S case. Both my brother and I have driven these. I'am now in the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in British Columbia Canada, and often recall those days growing up on the farm. I met one of my fathers old Hired Men, he told me that when the model L case was new, my dad and the Hiredman "Reg" used 450 , 45 gal of fuel in one year, the tractor was worked around the clock. with a lantern hung on the front for night. If you have any models of these three i would like to send one to my brother Clark who still lives onthe farm in Dauphin Manitoba
    Vic Libby wrote on Thursday, September 07, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 1936 L case on steel that my father bought new. It farmed over 200 acres, powered the saw mill, and went on the road thrashing, for over 30 years before retiring to newer equipment. It would be interesting to know how many thousand hours are on it. It was magered once in the fiftys and it still runs like new.
    Tim wrote on Wednesday, September 06, 2000 (PDT):
  • This tractor is a piece of junk.
    C. L. Dalseide wrote on Saturday, September 02, 2000 (PDT):
  • I just purchased at auction a 1932 Case L s/n 302582. Don't know yet if it's sound or not. Will be trying to start it next weekend at Dalton, MN threshing show. Giving it new plugs and wires. Has cut-off wheels and tires. Spent it's working life in Manitoba. Missing seat and seat spring. Bought it as-is. Spent less than I would want to go up and haul it back, having done that once before. My first impression is that it's a solid, honest looking design. So much so, that you could call it nondescript. Purely functional. Kind of like a military truck. Only other I remember nearby was at Grand Rapids, MN threshing show. I also have an RC Case s/n 4404848. Now, there you have style and distinction.
    Sam L. Smith wrote on Tuesday, August 22, 2000 (PDT):
  • My father owned a "K" prior to buying a model "L" in 1937. he drove to Indianapolis to pick it up. My brother finally traded it off to a Case dealer for a quick hitch to go on our 1370. The dealer really wanted the old L. The dealer is now out of business but still has the tractor minus the front end. We've also owned a CC, DC, 300, 400, 1030, 1070 and 1370. I still have the 300 (1956 GD 157 Diesel) and the 1070. If anyone can help me find a water pump for the 300 I really would appreciate it. Parts are scarce because it had the GD 157 Continental engine. The patents ran out years ago. Please call me at 270-333-2458 after 6;00pm if you have this part or know where I can get it.. I'll gladly pay for the call.
    kevin schnell wrote on Tuesday, August 08, 2000 (PDT):
  • my boss has a l on steel it started first crank after sitting all winter
    e. woerner wrote on Sunday, August 06, 2000 (PDT):
  • Have a fully functional 1929 case model L on steel lugs w/cuffs for pavement running, stored in barn since last use in 1984. also have later model L not sure of year, rubber with several implements also stored in barn. Need value estate selling items.
    e. woerner wrote on Sunday, August 06, 2000 (PDT):
  • Have a fully functional 1929 case model L on steel lugs w/cuffs for pavement running, stored in barn since last use in 1984. also have later model L not sure of year, rubber with several implements also stored in barn. Need value estate selling items.
    LOUIS W.POLACEK wrote on Monday, July 17, 2000 (PDT):
  • I NEED WHEELS FOR A 29 CASE L RUBBER OR STEEL PH 402 543-2304
    Gene White wrote on Saturday, July 15, 2000 (PDT):
  • Has anyone who has owned a Case L ever had to replace the rear end gears? I just wonder how long they last. How many 14 in plows will it pull? Thanks
    Olly Ingram wrote on Sunday, July 09, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a partially restored Model L on Roadless tracks. Any ideas on Value, Information, restoration etc. welcome. England
    Jason Kurchaba wrote on Thursday, June 15, 2000 (PDT):
  • Like David WalDrop above, I dug my Case L out of my uncles yard where a large poplar tree had grown through the back wheel from the inside to outside and grew to about 25'. I have not yet started restoration. My question is - what is the approximate value of a Case L tractor (steel wheels) in US dollars as I have quite a number of folk interested in purchasing this gem. Also what is the best book for restoration of this tractor. Thanks in advance for the input.
    Jim Phelps wrote on Sunday, June 11, 2000 (PDT):
  • I have a 1929 L that was one of the first two 1929 L's sold in Cheyenne Co. NE.It was bought by my Grandfather, than my Dad and than me. 1929 L was the first yr. for oilbath Clutch coupled to a Chain final drive, I also own a 1966 930 Comfort King, the last year Case made a oilbath Clutch coupled to a Chain final drive.
    David Waldrop wrote on Tuesday, June 06, 2000 (PDT):
  • I own a 1929 CASE L i pull it ay antique tractor pulls. It's on steel wheels. It's a strong tractor. when i found the tractor it had a tree grown up through the back where the seat is i cut the tree out loaded it on the trailer brought it home and restored it
    RON KENNEDY wrote on Sunday, March 26, 2000 (PST):
  • To Ron Porter,The water pump on the L had either a grease nipple or a grease cap which you filled with grease and screwed down a turn every so often as required Hope this helps regards Ron kennedy ( MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA)
    Ron Porter wrote on Friday, March 10, 2000 (PST):
  • I just purchased a house with 5 acres, and with it came a '30 L Case. I have alot of experence with cars, but this is my first tractor, & I love it! The last time I drove it to mow it started blowing water out of what looked like the water pump. If it were a car I'd say the the water pump bearing was shot & it needed a new water pump. I know this probably sounds like a dumb question - but is that what's wrong with the Case? Any info., tips, advice would be very appreciated!
    Dave Ordos wrote on Sunday, February 27, 2000 (PST):
  • I have a 29 L that I'm in the process of restoring. Those tractors were quite a hoss. the one I got ran pretty good, but is now getting a ground up restoration.
    Bill Cornelius wrote on Saturday, February 26, 2000 (PST):
  • While growing up my Father used a 35 CC on steele to bush hog our N.KY Hill Farm untill the early 70s.It is now Fully restored and residing on the same farm RETIRED along with my DAD.I now show the CC around N.KY you can see my DAD near by telling stories of his mishaps and adventures on the Ole tractor slightly exaggerated !!! Bill Cornelius
    kevin mull wrote on Friday, February 11, 2000 (PST):
  • I am lookiing tor a bush hog for a case dc tractor. if you can help call. 219-872-3253
    Ted Justen wrote on Wednesday, December 29, 1999 (PST):
  • Was there a model Case "CC" produced. If so, I know a gentleman who would love to find and own one. Thanks from Tbear in Alaska
    Leonard Larson wrote on Monday, December 13, 1999 (PST):
  • My Father & Grandfather purchased the J.I. Case Dealership in Kimball, Ne. in 1935. I grew up on Case tractors and other Case machinery. Spent much time, in my high school days, setting up machinery for delivery etc. We also had a farm and ranch operation. I have plowed many acres with the Model L and four (4) bottom plow. In 1947 or 48, we had the Case Co's. protype self propelled combine on our farm. There were many changes made, at that time, to the mobilization portion. Could go on and on. Those were the good-ol-days. I've been surching a long time to find an organization such as yours.
    Glen L. Redman wrote on Sunday, December 12, 1999 (PST):
  • My dad purchased a 1928 L about 1955. It had been used to run a sawmill and was converted to rubber for our use. We were never able to stall the tractor with equipment but with the low clearance, we did hang it a few times. the tractor was sold for use in the wood to lumber dealer. Really wished I knew where to find it.
    Phil wrote on Wednesday, December 08, 1999 (PST):
  • Were the Case LA eqippd with 3 point hitch and if not how does that limit the euipment I can use
    Timothy Pope wrote on Tuesday, November 30, 1999 (PST):
  • I own a 1937 Case L that was originally purchased new by my paternal grandfather and used on the family farm in upstate SC until 1979. It has been sitting under a shed since. I've contacted a gentleman (heavy equipment mechanic by trade) who tinkers with antique tractors. He's briefly checked it and turned over the crank and said, "That old dog's got lots of fire." We plan to add new oil, gas, water, and fire it up. (It ran great the last time it was used in 1979 to run a hammer-mill to grind corn and grain for cow feed.) If she fires up and runs, I'll buy new tires and consider moderate restoration. Anyone have any suggestions for what to or not to do. Thanks.
    Jim Roberts wrote on Monday, November 01, 1999 (PST):
  • We used a 1931 Case on a dairy farm in PA for about 10 years 140's-50's. It was one of the best tractors in the countryside for ease of maintenance and dependability.
    Adam Brookens wrote on Wednesday, April 28, 1999 (PDT):
  • i own a 1937 Case L tractor and it run grate and Case is the best tractors ever.


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