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Case V Series Tractors
 Case Tractors - V Series 1940-1942

The acceptance and popularity of the R Series confirmed the demand for smaller all purpose standard tractors. The Case V Series, which replaced the R Series, was manufactured using parts and components bought from outside suppliers. The four-cylinder engine was built by Continental Motors of Muskegon, MI. The gearing was supplied by Clark Company of Michigan. The V Series offered a four-speed transmission, all-gear final drive, and a range of standard and optional features that included PTO, electric starter, lights, adjustable front axle, and narrow or wide rear tread options. The electric starter versions sold for $742 at the factory in Racine, Wisconsin. More than 15,000 V Series tractors were built before Case introduced the Model VA.
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Vintage Case VAC 14 Tractors
CASE VAC (VAC-`14)
 Case Tractors - VA Series 1942-1955
The acceptance and popularity of the R Series tractor confirmed the demand for smaller all purpose standard tractors. The Case V Series, which replaced the R Series tractor, was manufactured using parts and components bought from outside suppliers. The four-cylinder engine was built by Continental Motors of Muskegon, MI. The gearing was supplied by Clark Company of Michigan. The V Series offered a four-speed transmission, all-gear final drive, and a range of standard and optional features that included PTO, electric starter, lights, adjustable front axle, and narrow or wide rear tread options. The electric starter versions sold for $742 at the factory in Racine, Wisconsin. More than 15,000 V Series tractors were built before Case introduced the Model VA

The VAC Model became a well respected small tractor. Their superior design is evidenced by the fact that many are still in service. The VAC Models used a steering system similar to the CC, but less obvious since the front steering arm was curved upward and tucked in closer to the hood. The VAC was available in a verity of versions that included:

Industrial Model Case VAI Tractor
Orchard Model Case VAO Tractor
Low-profile orchard Model Case VAO-15 Tractor
High clearance row-crop Model Case VAH Tractor
Offset high clearance row-crop Model Case `VAS
Dual-wheel tricycle Model VAC and VAC-12 (1951-1953)
Single-front wheel row-crop Model VAC-11 Tractor
Adjustable wide-front row crop Model VAC-13
Adjustable wide-front, low profile row-crop Model VAC-14
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Orchard Model Case VAO
 
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Case C Tractors

Case Model C
The Model C tractor was released in 1929 and continued until 1939 Built as a smaller version of the Model L tractor the tractor was offered in different forms. The Model CH tractor for high clearance. The CO tractor for orchard and the CI tractor for Industrial .
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CASE S Series
Case SC Tractors
Case SC
The S Series was available in the standard Model S; row-crop Model SC; grove and orchard Model SO; and industrial Model SL. The S Series proved to be a popular series for Case selling nearly 84,000 units before being succeeded by the 300 Series in 1955
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