The J.I. Case Threshing Company was a maker of agricultural steam traction engines and was a well-respected company. It began making gasoline-powered tractors in 1912.
The ‘VAC’ was part of the Case ‘VA’ series which replaced the earlier model ‘V’ series of tractors in 1942. The ‘VAC’ was a general purpose tractor and production continued until 1955.
This large tractor, painted in Case’s familiar ‘Flambeau Red’ (actually a shade of orange) was built in 1952 and has been completely restored to its factory appearance.
This “row-crop” tractor is a two-plow, four-wheel type machine with adjustable dual front wheels and rear tires. It is powered by a four-cylinder, vertical engine with hydraulic lift control and four forward speed ranging from 2.32 MPH to 8.40 MPH. This tractor weighs 3,200 lbs.