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Old 10-01-2019, 09:53:36 AM
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Default Case 60 hp at Iron World

Many years ago a 60 Hp Case Steam traction Engine Came to the Butterfield show.I don't know who owned it but when the show was over, a semi truck came to pickup the Engine up. The fellow who was running the engine asked me to load it on the semi. It had a tender behind. After driving the Engine up on the trailer. I asked the driver where it was going. He said the State of Mn. bought the engine and it was going to Iron World Museum . I never been to Iron World but the Engine was brought over to the Case Expo at Austin Manatoba and I took pictures of it there. I was wondering what happened to the 60 HP Case Engine with the pull behind Tender since then. Does the State Still own It. Maybe some of the Stackers would know where it is. Thanks
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Yes. The Case steam traction engine is at Blackberry MN. North Central Minnesota Farm And Antique Association. The State could not maintain it propperly and it needed a lot of repair. It had to go to a 501c3 non profit organization, with the promiss to do the repairs. The repairs were done and the tractor was featured at this last August show. It joins the Avery steam traction engine and smaller Case steam tractor that the club owns.
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From the 1907 Case catalog, the 20 hp Case engine and tender. Gary
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From the 1907 Case catalog, the 20 hp Case engine and tender. Gary
Is there supposed to be an attachment, or are you pointing out that this was particular specimen was pre-1910 ratings? My first thought was 20HP as well, but won't claim to be a Case expert by any stretch of the imagination.
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Sounds like it is in better hands now!
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Thanks for the information on the Case Engine. Nice to know there are Stackers out there who have the information. Gary I heard you had some of the White stuff. Well it was a lot of rain when we went Buds. Bud didn't come out because of the rain. Ron went to get him at noon and Bud says don't them guys no better than to be out in the rain.: Well me and Kenny passed a couple of Bikers in the rain on the way down so we felt good. On a day like that we had a good session with who braved the rain to come. They did Saw some logs with the Mlps. so it wasn't a total loss.
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Is there supposed to be an attachment, or are you pointing out that this was particular specimen was pre-1910 ratings? My first thought was 20HP as well, but won't claim to be a Case expert by any stretch of the imagination.
GreasyIron, I attempted to include a scan from my 1907 catalog, but couldn't. I attempted to find the hundreds and hundreds of photos that used to be in My Photos album, where I also have that scan. I can't find them anymore either. So I didn't post anything from that 1907 Catalog that shows a 20 hp Case engine and tender with a canopy and headlight, like Ted Knack showed us. And that is a fairly early 20 hp Case.Gary
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That’s a pretty early 25Hp, just after 1900. Wheels are a little wider. And the heater end has 5 studs, not four.
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