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Crawlers, Dozers, Loaders & Backhoes Discussion Forum

1928 Catepiller 'Sixty'

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thehickdaddy

11-06-2013 21:44:43
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This message is a reply to an archived post by Jerry W on August 22, 2013 at 16:34:26.
The original subject was "1928 Catepiller Sixty".

thankyou for sharing. I really like the personally history about it. think about how much money that was back then. talk about a huge perchase. hope it will crackle again some day :) or at least get some oil in those cylinders and crank it over a bit. sorry, just my dads voice talking thru me, you just never know how long something is going to sit and pickling before hand saves so much time later on :)

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Jim Rose

11-07-2013 10:00:27
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 Re: 1928 Catepiller 'Sixty' in reply to thehickdaddy, 11-06-2013 21:44:43  
I have become so feeble that I am unable to play with my 60. I suppose when I die my wife will send it to China. I will try to figure how to post a picture



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U9 u9 cat

11-07-2013 17:44:28
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 Re: 1928 Catepiller 'Sixty' in reply to Jim Rose, 11-07-2013 10:00:27  
Lol they are the yellow man lol hang n there



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