Sexy Tractor of the Day
It seems everybody has a ‘Babe of the Day’ or some other gimmick to get you to click on their website. Not us. We prefer a little class. American forged steel instead of skin. Well, sometimes a little skin…(you might find a few of those with the orange “Previous Sexy Tractor” button below…)
The Sexy Tractor of the Day is our red, white, and blue patriotic tractor with a great story:
As the United States was celebrating the bicentennial in 1976, Case introduced the 1570. The Case 6 cylinder, turbocharged 504 cubic inch engine powers the 1570. This big tractor weighs in at weighs in at a whopping 16,290lbs. For the 1976 introduction only the stars and stripes scheme was offered. This paint feature was called the Spirit of 76.
An advertisement for this new Case in ’76 stated: “The Spirit of ’76 on your farm tells the world you’re proud of the job you and farmer ancestors have done for America. You and your Case Spirit of ’76 will be ready for tomorrow!”
Oh, sure. We could go on for hours with details about her crankcase, oil capacity, and bore/stroke ratio, but we like to look at her for what she really is…pure American ingenuity packed with pure uninhibited lust and dust.
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