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J.I. Case 831 tractor overview ... Production: Manufacturer: J.I. Case : Factory: Racine, Wisconsin, USA: Original price (USD)J.I. Case 831 tractor photos ... J.I. Case 831 ( Case 830) Comfort King operator platform. J.I. Case 831 serial number

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J.I. Case 831 tractor overview ... Production: Manufacturer: J.I. Case : Factory: Racine, Wisconsin, USA: Original price (USD)

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Case's corporate entities and brands changed repeatedly in the 1980s and 1990s. When its corporate parent, Tenneco , bought International Harvester 's agricultural equipment division and merged it into Case, the J. I. Case Company continued, but it began using the Case IH brand. In the 1990s it changed names several more times (each name including "Case") before its merger into CNH Global ended its history as a distinct entity. Various CNH brands continue to make use of the Case name, such as Case CE and Case IH .

Founded by Jerome I. Case in 1842 as the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, the company operated under that name for most of a century, until 1928. In some of its advertisements the name was styled J. I. Case T. M. Co. for short. Another business founded by Jerome I. Case, the J. I. Case Plow Works, was an independent business. When the Plow Works was bought by Massey-Harris in 1928, the latter sold the name rights to the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, which reincorporated as the J. I. Case Company. That company, which became majority-owned by Tenneco in 1967 and a wholly owned subsidiary in 1970, was often called by the simple brand name Case .

In 1984 Tenneco bought International Harvester's agricultural equipment division and merged it into Case, and the farm equipment brands were combined as Case IH , although the corporation legally remained the J. I. Case Company. It continued as such until 1994, when Tenneco divested it as the Case Equipment Corporation . Case Equipment became Case Corporation and later Case LLC .

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J.I. Case 831 tractor overview ... Production: Manufacturer: J.I. Case : Factory: Racine, Wisconsin, USA: Original price (USD)

J.I. Case 831 tractor photos ... J.I. Case 831 ( Case 830) Comfort King operator platform. J.I. Case 831 serial number location

Tractor -Specs.com database listing for the J.I. Case 831 Everything you need to know. Used Values, Specs, Pictures and More.

Case's corporate entities and brands changed repeatedly in the 1980s and 1990s. When its corporate parent, Tenneco , bought International Harvester 's agricultural equipment division and merged it into Case, the J. I. Case Company continued, but it began using the Case IH brand. In the 1990s it changed names several more times (each name including "Case") before its merger into CNH Global ended its history as a distinct entity. Various CNH brands continue to make use of the Case name, such as Case CE and Case IH .

Founded by Jerome I. Case in 1842 as the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, the company operated under that name for most of a century, until 1928. In some of its advertisements the name was styled J. I. Case T. M. Co. for short. Another business founded by Jerome I. Case, the J. I. Case Plow Works, was an independent business. When the Plow Works was bought by Massey-Harris in 1928, the latter sold the name rights to the J. I. Case Threshing Machine Company, which reincorporated as the J. I. Case Company. That company, which became majority-owned by Tenneco in 1967 and a wholly owned subsidiary in 1970, was often called by the simple brand name Case .

In 1984 Tenneco bought International Harvester's agricultural equipment division and merged it into Case, and the farm equipment brands were combined as Case IH , although the corporation legally remained the J. I. Case Company. It continued as such until 1994, when Tenneco divested it as the Case Equipment Corporation . Case Equipment became Case Corporation and later Case LLC .

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