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2013 Case 621F in Annapolis, MD
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Stock Number: 10879302
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$90,000

2013 Case, Model Wheel Loaders, -QC bkt-A/C [email protected]%-10%, 1-25%-Aux hyd-All guages and lights work-Erops...
Zadoon, LLC - Website
Annapolis, MD - 51 mi. away
2014 CASE, 621F Wheel Loaders, EROPS, Heat and A/C, bucket, quick coupler and forksSerial Number: 221708...
2014 CASE 621F in Waupun, WI
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Stock Number: 11206
2014 CASE, 621F Wheel Loaders, VERY CLEAN LOADED UP LOADER!! CAB,A/C,HEAT, JRB 416 Q.C. W/3YD BKT, 3RD VALVE, RIDE CONTROL, 20.5R25 TIRES @90% ALL ARO...
Hulls 151 Implement Co.
Waupun, WI - 664 mi. away
2016 CASE 621F in Dover, MN
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Stock Number: 12212101
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$79,900

2016 CASE, 621F Wheel Loaders, Cab w/ Heat & AC, Ride Control, 172hp, 5,470hrs, 20.5R25 Michelin Radials at 90%, Air Ride Seat, Stereo. Like New and V...
2014 CASE 621F in Dover, MN
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Stock Number: 05132102
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$74,900

2014 CASE, 621F Wheel Loaders, Cab w/ Heat & AC, 4-in-1 Bucket, JRB QC, Aux Hydr, 20.5-25 Tires, 9,728hrs, 152hp. Forks, grapples, booms, and pretty m...
2012 CASE 621F in Dover, MN
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Stock Number: 10282101
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$74,900

2012 CASE, 621F Wheel Loaders, Cab w/ Heat & AC, Aux Hydr, 20.5-25 Tires, 3yd GP Bucket, 172hp, 6,602 hrs. Forks, grapples, booms, and pretty much any...
2006 Case Construction 621F in Kansas City, KS
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Stock Number: UJ7339
2006 Case Construction 621F, USED CASE 2006 621DCONDITION AS IS, NO WARRANTY, NO ATTACHMENTPLEASE CALL CSTK @ 913-371-0868...
CSTK JCB - Website
Kansas City, KS - 918 mi. away
2016 Case 621F in West Palm Beach, FL
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Stock Number: 1264213
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2016 Case 621F LOADER - ARTICULATED, 2016 Case 621F Wheel Loader, s/n NGF236316, Case diesel, powershift, with hyd Q/C GP bucket, aux hyd, 20.5x25 & E...
JJ Kane Auctioneers - Website
West Palm Beach, FL - 648 mi. away
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CASE Equipment Information:

Case Equipment was launched in 1842 by Jerome Increase Case, building threshing machines in Wisconsin. Over its more than 175 years in business, Case equipment has evolved into one of the best-know construction and heavy equipment manufacturers in the country, with their backhoe being named by Fortune magazine in 1988 as one of the products that America makes best.

In 2007, Case equipment was acquired by Fiat, along with another well-known construction equipment brand and was merged to become CNH Industries. The brand continues to manufacture all of the high-quality equipment that the Case name is synonymous with. Among the Case equipment line, you will find products like Backhoes, Track Loaders, Compaction Equipment, Forklifts, Graders, Dozers, Excavators, Loaders and more.

Case equipment’s position as an industry leader is solidified by the many unique features that can be found in many of their products. Their Powerboost feature can make some of the toughest jobs a little easier with an added boost of power to your equipment. Their Case M-Series dozers feature Selective Catalytic Reduction to increase power and efficiency. Pushbutton Ride Control on some of their loaders will give the confidence of control to help avoid drops and spills when working over more unstable terrain. These are just a few of the amazing features that Case equipment owners can come to expect from their equipment purchases.

By purchasing Case equipment products, you are supporting a company with a long history of giving back to the community and country. From their involvement in manufacturing tractors, munitions, and airplane parts during World War II for the United States and the Allied forces to their current, long-standing partnership with Habitat for Humanity to help build homes for low-income families, veterans, and others who need a hand up, there is a true sense of purpose in the mission of this brand of construction and heavy equipment.