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 08-27-2003, 19:34 Post: 62776
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 Any News About theCNH Farmalls?

I'm not quite sure where to post this, but has anyone heard any more info. on the new CNH Farmall tractors that are supposed to be out this year? I've got a 1947 Farmall BN and a 1951 Farmall Cub. I really like my TC33D, but I would consider trading it in for a red machine if new ones measure up to the old ones.

www.caseih.com/news/detail.asp?Reg=NA&RL=ENNA&id=1487&type=news






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 08-28-2003, 06:50 Post: 62792
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 Any News About theCNH Farmalls?

I saw what looked like several brand new red tractors that said 'McCormick' on them on a flatbed transport some time back. I didn't notice if the tractors also said 'Farmall' but 'McCormick' was in large letters, whether these were your new Farmalls or not I'm not sure, but what ever they were, they looked to be on their way to dealers.

I've lost track of the tractor company merger sagas. I don't know if Case, New Holland and International are still the same company or not.






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 08-28-2003, 07:09 Post: 62794
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The new company is called CNH (derived from Case New Holland I presume). Their web site is www.cnh.com






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 08-28-2003, 08:57 Post: 62805
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 Any News About theCNH Farmalls?

If I'm not mistaken, a British company has resurrected the "McCormick" brand name, but I read somewhere they are re-stickered Italian tractors. Different from the new Farmall line.
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 09-28-2003, 04:41 Post: 65003
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 Any News About theCNH Farmalls?

I saw a bigger one being unloaded the other day. It was hooked to a 5 bottom plough. As I traveled back and forth on that road the hood was in the raised position still ploughing, I assume overheating? Any way sales guy back and other tractor hooked on plough for an hour or so then red tractor back on it.

The look like anything else today and nothing like the original ones of yesteryear...






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 09-28-2003, 14:49 Post: 65023
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 Any News About theCNH Farmalls?

The specifications on the smaller CUT McCormicks look interesting compared to the others (35hp) as there are a number of features that are different. Any idea where they are made? I understand that they have more than one factory in Europe (old IH) but the compact line may be sourced somewhere else. They are using Yanmar engines in the 35 range.






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 11-08-2003, 23:20 Post: 68303
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 Any News About theCNH Farmalls?

from what i have read, a new facility in dublin georgia. that's good news! i can't wait to see the new model.






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 11-08-2003, 23:27 Post: 68304
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oops! that was the cnh dx, farmall, and tc series, not the new mc cormick tractors. not sure where those are made.






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 11-09-2003, 08:05 Post: 68312
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 Any News About theCNH Farmalls?

The farmalls are CASE-IH and are from the CNH merger amd are NH. The McCormicks are diferent.






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