Antique Case Tractor: Case 10-18
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This picture is a 1918 model. The tractor had the same cast iron components and frame as the Model 9-18B and weighed 3400 pounds. In 1921 it sold for $1,090.
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Eleanor Loewen wrote on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 (PDT):I have a 1919 10 18 in parade condtion recently painted. It does not have lugs on rear wheels. The front wheels are smooth. It is shedded. It needs to be sold.
Larry Noss wrote on Thursday, September 01, 2011 (PDT):Does anyone know what a 1923 Case 15-27 crossmotor is worth. It is not restored and is in good running condition and I have extra parts for it
John Johnston wrote on Sunday, December 05, 2010 (PST):We are attempting to replicate the font type for this vintage Case tractor to use on a toybox I m making for my grandson, Case yes, named after the tractor ; we were hoping to enlarge the picture, then trace the letters, but the shadow on the picture makes it difficult to see. We could not find the proper font on Microsoft Windows or we would have gone that route. Can anyone help
Marvin E Haylett sr wrote on Sunday, October 11, 2009 (PDT):I have a case 1018 tractor that was owned by my wifes grand dad. It is for sale. if anyone would like to buy it. thanks marvin
gary hendrix wrote on Monday, May 11, 2009 (PDT):how much does a 12hp 1910 case steam traction weight also need clutch parts for a 9hp case steam traction.
johninutah wrote on Thursday, March 26, 2009 (PDT):What is the correct color scheme for a green 1924 15-27 crossmotor Anybody have paint code nunbers
Joe Arman wrote on Sunday, December 21, 2008 (PST):I just bought one its running older restoration looks good its for sale 419-853-4616 Joe
Dave Turford wrote on Wednesday, August 31, 2005 (PDT):Recently came into possesion of a case tractor, but do not know what year it is. Found out the serial should be on the tool box that used to sit on the steering column. The tool box was removed years ago. Was wondering if there were any other numbers that would give me a clue as to its age? Thanks
daniel malnis wrote on Tuesday, August 16, 2005 (PDT):Good day, I communicate with you in order to begin a commercial relation and imformativa with regard to the buy and sale of tractors, engines and ancient machinery to steam. Together with this one him(her) emvio a few photographies of a tractor and a stock, of other units which emviare photos in close mails, dedes already a great greeting and in wait of contacting myself with you to know if he(she) wishes algun special order(request) or if it(he,she) can give an offer. stock; -Tractor Hungarian marks hscs, engine of a piston ignited with bowl of warming to start. - Tractor model case 18-32 with wheels of iron, stock three complete units. - Tractor model marks deering wd 40 diesel, with wheels of iron. -Tractor German complete motive OyK of two cylinders diesel. - Field marshall English gummed , with bowl of warming, I number of series 12715. -Wally wheel of iron. - Olimber mungel gummed model 21/23 four cylinders. - And other engines and antique tractors. - Boiler to steam English with piping bronze. - Engine marks swlter Austrian. Engine of a piston, take-off for air compression. - Tractor marks case L original wheels of iron. Attentivly Daniel malnis of Argentine
Donald L. Sluder wrote on Tuesday, August 09, 2005 (PDT):WHERE WOULD ONE FIND THE SERIAL NUMBER FOR A 1913 CASE TRACTOR.THE TRACTOR WAS PURCHASED BY THE PAULSONS IN 1913 FOR THERE FARM AT RICHFIELD, IDAHO.TRACTOR HAS A BRONZE PLATE THAT SAYS "ENG. 1975 NO.", 40 HP. THE ENGINE IS TWO CYLINDERS OPPOSING EACH OTHER.
Julie Mitchell wrote on Saturday, June 04, 2005 (PDT):We have an really old tractor that has iron tires with spikes and we do not know it's year. The tractor has been painted orange and the number are covered with the paint. I have taken pictures so if you would be interested in seeing the pictures, please email alamitoranch at yahoo.com, and I will send them. If you have other information we would appreciate your knowledge.
Bryan Brewer wrote on Friday, June 03, 2005 (PDT):My name is bryan brewer, I am looking for some information on an antique case steam powered tractor, that belonged to my great grandfather thomas newell, from troy grove il. area. I was told that when my great grandfather past that the tractor was picked up by case and put into one of there museums. any help locating this tractor or an actual picture of it would be greatly apretiated. Bryan Brewer
Gary Ruble wrote on Wednesday, April 27, 2005 (PDT):I have a Case 9-18 that was built by Case as a dock "mule". It is the only one I have found that was delivered on hard rubber tires front and back. Any information about others or pictures would be appreciated.
George McKenzie wrote on Sunday, February 20, 2005 (PST):I Have a 9 18 Case Need a Feul tank cap ,feul tank valve air brether and site glass Serial# 22060 Would appreciate any help Am restoring it after 45 years of ownership Second owner .George
Ben Johnson wrote on Wednesday, September 22, 2004 (PDT):I like Case tractor
Art Combs wrote on Tuesday, March 02, 2004 (PST):Does anyone have a radiator cap for a 10 18 Case? I also need an air cleaner.
Daren Rinderknecht wrote on Saturday, January 03, 2004 (PST):I am looking to buy a specific Case 830, it has the old square fenders, narrow front, and diesel, if anyone knows about where i could find one let me know. Thanks
Robert Boyum wrote on Tuesday, December 30, 2003 (PST):My Dad had a 10-18 case in 1940. It looked about the same as the one pictured. I would like information about locating one.
Tim Azure wrote on Thursday, December 11, 2003 (PST):I have a tractor very similar to this one, almost a twinn. Who can tell me more about it. I have a model number, I think it is an 18 32? The serial number is at my office. I will send it in tomorror. Please help, it is in prestine (original) condition.
Diana Alvarez wrote on Thursday, March 13, 2003 (PST):Trying to gather information on a model 646 Case small tractor. I have had no luck. Can you help?
Arden McClure wrote on Wednesday, September 04, 2002 (PDT):Can anyone identify a tractor? I think it was a Case tractor. It was very strange looking, with a rear engine with transmission combined. The seat was in front of the engine with wide front wheels. There was just a light frame (as I remember mostly two curved "pipes" to the front. Most of the implements were mounted under the seat and in front of the engine. The rear tires were quire narrow for tractor tires. It was built for truck farming or large gardens. The one I remember was mostly used for light utility work and mowing on a college campus. I think it may have been built shortly before WW2, but I remember it from the late '50's. I found it interesting, and so remember its main features. It was much shorter (obviously very compact) but in the same power range as a farmall A (around 18 hp.) Thanks to anyone who can identify it or better yet provide a picture.
Don in Wyoming wrote on Sunday, April 14, 2002 (PDT):Looks like Grandpa is ready to finally sell the 12-20 Case also some other equipment that is no longer being used on the ranch. To find out more send and e-mail
Jean Bartos wrote on Friday, September 21, 2001 (PDT):I'm looking for a photo of a Case 15-30 tractor. I have a great story about my cousin and my Dad and THAT TRACTOR (as my cousin still calls it) 60+ years later! I'd like to know the year of mfg, and any other basic info. I remember it had the iron wheels like this 10-18. I think it ran on kerosene, but I'm not sure.
Don wrote on Friday, August 10, 2001 (PDT):Live in Wy, Looking for anyone interested in purchasing 1921- 12-20 Case Tractor. Thnx
marvin wrote on Monday, July 16, 2001 (PDT):i have a case 1018 1920 or 1921 need parts . kingston mag also carb kit. does anyone know where i can find parts for this tractor. thanks marvin this tractor belonged to my wifes grandad in oregon
murray stead wrote on Monday, May 28, 2001 (PDT):I own a case tractor 10 18 1919 year , possibly the oldest in new zealand. Any questions please email me at above e mail address. It is for sale.
Les Johnson wrote on Sunday, March 11, 2001 (PST):We have a Case cast iron eagle (Abe) in mint condition. It stands about five and a half feet, weight is about five hundred pounds. What is the approximent value of this articial
matthew evans wrote on Tuesday, October 10, 2000 (PDT):i just bought a 9_18 b 1918 case brothers very complete would like to know how much it is worth please call or write 1-505-538-2980 or email poss will sale it or trade it
Donald Pitre wrote on Saturday, August 26, 2000 (PDT):can anyone give me the correct green paint# that goes on a 1928 case threshing machine.Thanks
Michael Drake wrote on Wednesday, May 10, 2000 (PDT):I am having a problem in finding some information on a case tractor The serial # 4300857 it also says size 0.Can anybody shine some light on my proble maybe some body can give some idea on how old the tractor really is.Everybody around my area can't help me . if you can please email me.
David Peterson wrote on Tuesday, October 26, 1999 (PDT):I'm having trouble finding parts for a 1915 65-hp Case Steam Traction Engine. In particular are the things like the axels. The majority of everything else can be fabricated on the lathe and mill I have available.
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