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This 1935 Case Was Painted Orange Instead Of Grey At The Factory. Find Out Why.

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This 1935 Case Tractor left the factory orange instead of the commonly used grey color. Watch this video to find out why. The Model CC was the row crop version of the Model C tractor built by the J. I. Case Company. The CC Case was built from 1929 until 1939 with a production of about 28,650. The tractor is powered by a J. I. Case, 4-cylinder, 250 cubic-inch gasoline engine that can do 28 horsepower on the belt and 22 horsepower on the drawbar.


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