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Re: Caterpillar D2

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06-20-2013 03:03:26

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You can take your model over to the research section, and look it up. Here's a link:

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MJ in the UK

06-20-2013 03:22:05

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 Re: Caterpillar D2 in reply to Diydave, 06-20-2013 03:03:26  
Tried that Dave, dose not give the year of manifacture, have a look. MJ

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MJ in the UK

06-20-2013 07:55:53

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 Re: Caterpillar D2 in reply to MJ in the UK, 06-20-2013 03:22:05  
Thanks everybody for your help. We had a lot of US built tractors sent over to us during WW2 but they did not all get here as the ships were sunk by German U boats. Thy all came over on the lease-lend scheme were the farmer paid for the tractors then the British goverment used the money to buy arms from the USA. I believe we finished paying the debt 2 years ago. MJ

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Billy NY

06-21-2013 05:22:58

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 Re: Caterpillar D2 in reply to MJ in the UK, 06-20-2013 07:55:53  
My grandad was on one of those torpedo'd ships, he and some of his crew survived a U-boat attack, they caused a lot of disruption in shipping until the navy figured out how to deal with them. He had some burns and was roughed up pretty good, tough ole irishman made it, they were floaters for awhile.

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