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In 1944 Only 200 Of These Tractors Were Built For The United States Army.

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During World War 2, J. I. Case was one of a few companies making tractors for military use. In 1944 Only 200 Of These Tractors Were Built For The United States Army. This tractor is based off the Case Model LA tractor with some modifications. They include spring suspension on the front axle, it has air brakes, bracket for fire extinguisher and electric horn. Owner Dan Magness shares the history and story on this unique and low production tractor.

 




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