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The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' was a utility tractor built by [[Case IH]] from [[1985]] to [[1986]] in the Doncaster, England factory, along with row crop, 4WD, and low profile variations.
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The '''{{PAGENAME}}''' tractor was built by the [[J. I. Case]] division of [[Tenneco]] from [[1985]] to [[1990]] in the Doncaster, England factory, along with 4WD, row crop, 4WD, and low profile/orchard variations.
   
 
==Model history==
 
==Model history==
 
{{main|Case IH}}
 
{{main|Case IH}}
   
While the purchase of the [[International Harvester]] agricultural equipment division by [[Tenneco]] and its merger with Tenneco's [[J.I. Case]] division was being worked out in early 1985, [[International 584]] tractors were still being sold by International dealers and listed in price guides<ref name=Hall>Hall, Mike, Ed., ''The Official Tractor Blue Book 2010'', Price Digests, Overland Park, Kansas, 2009</ref>. As the [[Case]] and [[International]] brands were consolidated into the new Case International brand the tractors were sold as Case International 584, commonly known in the industry as [[Case IH 584]]. Case IH 584 4WD models were still listed in price guides in 1986, although the replacement [[Case IH 585]] went into production in 1985.
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After Tenneco purchased the farm equipment division of International Harvester, it merged the International operations into its J.I. Case division. Case combined the Case and International lines to form the Case-International brand. Case-International was later modified to Case IH and all tractors are commonly referred to as Case IH in the industry. The Case IH 585 was a slightly modified Case IH 584 which was itself a renamed International 584. The main mechanical change to the 585 was the addition of the 2-speed Torque Amplifier to the options list. For chassis variations see:
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* [[Case IH 585 utility]]
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* [[Case IH 585 4WD]]
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* [[Case IH 585 row crop]]
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* [[Case IH 585 row crop 4WD]]
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* [[Case IH 585 low profile]]
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* [[Case IH 585 orchard]]
   
 
=== Timeline ===
 
=== Timeline ===
*1985 - Tenneco purchased International farm equipment line, [[International 584]] became [[Case IH 584]]
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*1985 - [[Case IH 585]] replaced [[Case IH 584|584]] in 2WD and 4WD utility versions and 2WD row crop and orchard models
*1985 - [[Case IH 584]] replaced by updated [[Case IH 585]]
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*1987 - 4WD row crop version added, orchard model replaced by a low profile version
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*1990 - Production of 585 ended
   
 
=== Factory locations ===
 
=== Factory locations ===
 
Doncaster, England
 
Doncaster, England
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==Serial numbers==
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{| class="wikitable"
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! Year !! Serial no. run<br />start<ref name=Hall>Hall, Mike, Ed., ''The Official Tractor Blue Book 2010'', Price Digests, Overland Park, Kansas, 2009</ref> !! Serial no. run<br />End !! Number Built !! Notes
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| 1985 || 15000 || || ||
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| 1986 || 18000 || || ||
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| 1987 || E0019201 || || ||
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| 1988 || E0022268 || || ||
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| 1989 || E0024954 || || ||
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| 1990 || E0027087 || || ||
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|-
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|colspan=3 |'''Total''' built || ||
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|}
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==Preservation==
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Add details of known examples in preservation;
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{{PML_International 585}}
   
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
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* [[International Harvester]]
 
* [[International Harvester]]
 
* [[Case IH]]
 
* [[Case IH]]
* [[International 584 utility]]
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* [[Case IH 584]]
* [[International 584 Row Crop]]
 
* [[International 584 4WD]]
 
* [[International 584 Low Profile]]
 
* [[Case IH 585]]
 
 
;Collection related info
 
;Collection related info
 
* [[Shows and Meets]] - events featuring tractors and other machinery
 
* [[Shows and Meets]] - events featuring tractors and other machinery

Latest revision as of 02:46, September 30, 2010

The Edrob/Case IH 585 tractor was built by the J. I. Case division of Tenneco from 1985 to 1990 in the Doncaster, England factory, along with 4WD, row crop, 4WD, and low profile/orchard variations.

Model historyEdit

Main article: Case IH

After Tenneco purchased the farm equipment division of International Harvester, it merged the International operations into its J.I. Case division. Case combined the Case and International lines to form the Case-International brand. Case-International was later modified to Case IH and all tractors are commonly referred to as Case IH in the industry. The Case IH 585 was a slightly modified Case IH 584 which was itself a renamed International 584. The main mechanical change to the 585 was the addition of the 2-speed Torque Amplifier to the options list. For chassis variations see:

Timeline Edit

  • 1985 - Case IH 585 replaced 584 in 2WD and 4WD utility versions and 2WD row crop and orchard models
  • 1987 - 4WD row crop version added, orchard model replaced by a low profile version
  • 1990 - Production of 585 ended

Factory locations Edit

Doncaster, England

Serial numbersEdit

Year Serial no. run
start[1]
Serial no. run
End
Number Built Notes
1985 15000
1986 18000
1987 E0019201
1988 E0022268
1989 E0024954
1990 E0027087
Total built

PreservationEdit

Add details of known examples in preservation;

List of Preserved International 585 tractors
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Make + Model No. Reg No.
(if known)
Serial No. Build-Date Engine-Type/Make Owner
(if known)
Photo Were seen/Featured in Other info
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See alsoEdit

Collection related info
  • Shows and Meets - events featuring tractors and other machinery
  • Clubs Listing - List of clubs including various tractor marques
  • Collections - list of private collections with tractors (add yours)
  • Museums - includes museums featuring tractors (please add missing ones)

References/sourcesEdit

  1. Hall, Mike, Ed., The Official Tractor Blue Book 2010, Price Digests, Overland Park, Kansas, 2009

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