These were two different exhibition units built for the same group, one for the UK and one for Austria. They were different in respect that the Case Trailer consisted of four hydraulic self supporting pods with demonstration engines and gearboxes inside as well as steering wheel demos and instrument simulation, while the New Holland was a triple hydraulic pod unit with presentation and meeting facilities and more in the way of hospitality and training for use on the showground.
Both units had similarities like hydraulic levelling legs, 3 metre x 2 metre outside LED screens and several indoor LED screens with an external PA facility as well as on board generator and air conditioning and heating. The graphics were visually stunning on both as well with the graphics on the New Holland Trailer mingling in with the dual tone paint job we applied on the outside and the internal graphics running around the walls and even across the glass dividing wall and door into the meeting room.
The New Holland unit also had a small kitchen area next to the meeting area and an external balcony, while the CASE unit had a wide set of hydraulically operated entrance steps. The glazed frontage on both units could be pulled back to give an open frontage in good weather and reduce the inhibitions of customers to come aboard for information.