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Case Combines

J.I. Case stopped making combines in 1972. Case decided to divest most its equipment line including combines. The last models produced were the 1660 Grain Special and 1665 Corn Special. These were six straw walker machines but were about 15 years behind the competition with feeder houses on the headers and not the combines. Case lacked the funds to develop a new combine so the company began to focus ob "big power" tractors.  Thirteen years later Case was back in the combine business after it was merged with the International Harverster Corporation. The new IH rotor combines ready for release in 1986 were oddly enough introduced as the CaseIH 1620, 1640, 1660, and 1680. The 1/20 scale combine appeared in the Toy Farmer. It was produced by an unknown maker and was 1 of 100 made. If you have information about this model or other J.I. Case toy combines, or have a toy case combine or Case Combine literature on the 1060 for sale  e-mail Jason Hasert at Webmaster@toytractorshow.com .


Mike Halliday's 1961 800 the corn head with a 1966 F345 and the picture is dated OCT 66.

1969 Case 1060 set for Wheat and Corn Harvest

1969 Case 960

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