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1917 Case Touring Car HELP!!!!

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I am trying to restore my 1917 Case to its original beauty is there a book or website I could use a a research tool ???

Posted : April 9, 2009 8:52 pm
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Lots of Luck; Not that we know of;

1917 Chase, I think North East Auto Musum, Started one, or Had one at One time I'm told by one of the Resoriers Fred Gardner Wife.
Fred Passed away a Year ago.

You Have a Big Challange. 😆

Richard E. Henza Historical Vechical Association U.S.A and Canada

Posted : May 3, 2010 6:18 am
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I just did a search at the HCFI Library and found quite a few dicuments you might find helpful: http://www.hcfi.org/search.php

Posted : May 4, 2010 8:19 pm
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I had a 1917 Case parts car I sold a few years back. Before the sale I contacted the Case tractor company and they sent me some interesting pages on the cars they had produced. Try the now merged company of CaseIH. Thanks JO BO

Posted : June 22, 2010 3:12 pm
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It has already been suggested, but I always like to take the opportunity to recommend the Horseless Carriage Foundation Inc. I have been a member for several years and like what they are doing. For $35 a year, you get a limited amount of research and copy service as well as access to their on-line search tools. I wish I could afford one of their higher levels of membership, but that has always been more than enough, and well worth it.
And at the same time you support an active effort to compile, preserve, and make available research materials for all early automobiles and to a wide audience.

Posted : June 26, 2010 10:48 pm
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I have a 1917 and 1920 J I Case Car

Posted : March 13, 2023 10:56 pm