The Case Model S was the standard, fixed-wide-front version of the Case S series. The SC was the row-crop version. The S was manufactured from 1941 to 1952 in J.I. Case's Racine Wisconsin plant. The S developed about 24hp from a 2.5L liquid cooled petrol/kerosene engine. Units exported from the US were denoted S-EX
A number of examples survive in the UK. Some are preservation era imports, a few others were originally imported when new.
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