I restored this 1936 CC Case during the winter of 2014-15 as a high school FFA project. When I purchased the tractor it was mostly complete, but in rough condition. A tree had fallen across the hood, the radiator and head were full of leaves and rodent nests, the rims were rusted through, and almost more of the fenders had rusted away than still remained. The aspect of this tractor I like most is the fact I was able to find several gallons of new-old-stock J.I. Case “L-C Gray” paint from the 1960s to use on the restoration–you can’t get any more accurate with paint color than this.
Brady Goettl of Cadott, Wisconsin
2021 Tractor Photo Contest Winner
Larry Huston says
Real rare project, well done and I like that you took on such a big challenge while in FFA and a student in high school. Work ethic is in your bloodstream as obviously demonstrated.
Peter wright says
Well done indeed. I love old and rusty with plenty of history. I have a collection of Massey and Allis tractors an assorted
machinery, my oldest is a Massey Harris seed drill built in1898 , used it today.
Pulled it with my Massey Harris Pacer.
Rodney keen says
Nice restoration job. Question??
I have 2- rims that i was told were off a Case cc.. 2- of the flat bar spokes were cut the others
unbolted & the hub is not with the rims.. the size of tire on the rims was a 13.9 x36.. I hate to use them for a fire ring.. there not rusted through & really nice
Shape i think.. they have 12 spokes probably 3/8″ x 2″ flat bar.. I’d like to know if they’re
For sure off a case cc.. I would like to get a fair price & still have a happy guy with a good deal..
I have no use for them only that they get in the right hands of a person doing a restoration.
I’d like to post some pictures
Of them but haven’t figured that out yet..