**FOR SALE** 1945 Case VAC Tractor
Asking $2,400 + Applicable Taxes.
The Case VA series replaced the V series in 1942. A number of variants on the VA series were available. The VA was the standard-tread model. The VAC was tricycle row-crop model; the VAI was the industrial model; the VAO was the orchard model; the VAIW was the warehouse model; the VAH was the high-clearance row-crop model, and the VAS was the offset high-clearance row-crop model. Electric start was optional. During the early years, the engine was made by Continental. The VA series was the first Case tractors to use the Eagle Hitch, introduced in 1949.
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