1936 Case CC
Nov 17, 2009
This tractor was featured for the month of July in the 2009 Classic Farm Tractor Calendar.
Threshing and Case have gone together like bacon and eggs for years and year. And still do. That 1937 Case threshing machine with a 22” cylinder is behind this different-looking ’36 Case CC at a Threshing Day near Jackson, Minn. What’s unique about the tractor? It has 38” rear wheels, like a row crop and a fixed wide front like a standard-tread. It could be converted to a row-crop cultivator model without much huffing and puffing. More than 28,600 Case Model C tractors were built. The C and CC used the same 4-cylinder engine with 3.875x5.5” bore and stroke.
Owner: Donald Klambrum
He points out that this Case tractor, like the famous Model L, features a rugged chain drive that could withstand a lifetime of hard pulling with practically no problems. He has about 10 tractors and has totally restored about half of them.
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