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Les Whitaker

10-16-2002 08:38:07




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Hello,

I'm a visitor with a question:

In the early sixties I had a job for a short while running a crawler. It had a rusty-red paint job, (I don't think it spent a day under a roof)and I cannot for the life of me remember whether it was made by A/C or International. I remember it was made in '41, but not the maker, for some reason. A/C's weren't that common in our area in those days. I remember it as being quite large, in the Cat D-7 class, or thereabouts. I'm not sure. It required a lowboy to move it around. I'm relatively sure it had to be either an A/C or an International. Would some kind soul venture an opinion? I'm not aware I/H made crawlers, but they could've made dozens of models, for all I know. I've run your 'history archives' but without pictures, I'm a bit lost.

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JMS/MN

10-16-2002 23:10:18




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 Re: looking for information in reply to Les Whitaker, 10-16-2002 08:38:07  
IH made the TD series, like TD24, etc. Never too impressive or a big seller. AC had the HD5, HD7, etc.



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BRIAN PRINCE

04-30-2003 14:51:46




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 Re: Re: looking for information in reply to JMS/MN, 10-16-2002 23:10:18  
As anyone out there got any pictures of Allis Chalmers HD7 Crawlers (not dozers).if so please e mail to me here in England,can never seem to find any images of HD7,here in U.K.My dad used to drive one of these here in U.K.and i would love to see some images.Thanks in anticipation.
Brian Prince U.K.



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Les Whitaker

10-17-2002 07:03:36




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 Re: Re: looking for information in reply to JMS/MN, 10-16-2002 23:10:18  
Okay, thank you.



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