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Dooley 156258 381 Case 1030 Comfort King either
Case 1030 Comfort King
A neighbors Case, he's retiring and it will have to go! Wish
I had room for it!
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Case 1030 Comfort King
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What do you think of this Case collection, a few km's away
from me here in the Netherlands. ;-)
The big tractor is a 930. He has about 25 Case tractors, and
he have a Crossmounth to, i have heard that that must a
special one to have.
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Here a 1030, this one is tuned up to 177hp and is used for
tractorpulling. The biggest Case he have in his collection
is a 1270 AgriKing.
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That's a nice group of tractors. The 1030 I posted will go
to auction this Sat. The orange has been repainted but, the
cream is original.
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That 1030 on your photo. Looks very good for his age. What
for tractors do have by your self?

This is his 1270 in the workplace from him.
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I have a Case David Brown 995 with Carraro axle, JD 430, 851
Ford/Davis loader.
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Ah, but not an Allis?? A real American guy must use a real
American tractor ;-)
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I screwed up about 6 weeks ago. I found a good running D21
800 miles from home for $2000 and hesitated, then it was to
late, long gone! :-(
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Was that a D21 from the series 2 or was it the first serie?
The series 2 was better then the first, more hp, 128hp and
before 103. The serie has an turbo on it. But a D21 is one
of the most populair and one of the best series Allis ever
build. But a 190XT or a 210/ 220 isn't that something for
you. We have at home two AC's, a WD45 and a D19 and they are
al twice very good tractors without any problems. It's just
only for hobby. ;-)
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The D21 was a series II, paint was very faded and the 3 pt
hydraulics needed some work but, it ran good. I hesitated
while I tried to figure how to get it home when I should
have just paid for it and did the other details later. I
have had the Ford 16 years but it is a little small. The JD
is more a utility/toy around here. I like my 995 with the
Carraro axle and the Riest loader is indestructable. Plenty
hp, easy handling tractor for it's size, not too big, not
too small.
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