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Here is a scanned pic of two cats DIESEL FIFTY and a FORTY DIESEL. The Fifty was a snow cat special and the Forty Had the R.G. LeTorneau dozar blade on it all its life.  
 
Here Is an L that only job in its life was snow plowing. Second owner to the plow off.
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My 1949 IH TD18, taken last fall while doing some brush work.
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are we having fun yet? my hd5b blew a sneaker

HD5B, HD5G, (2) FARMALL A's, CUB. DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME, IGNORE THE LAUGHTER. FLANNEL IS ALWAYS IN STYLE.
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my hd5b in better moments, resting after a hard day in the mountains.
HD5B, HD5G, (2) FARMALL A's, CUB. DO IT RIGHT THE FIRST TIME, IGNORE THE LAUGHTER. FLANNEL IS ALWAYS IN STYLE.
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Originally posted by JC(WI) JC(WI) wrote:

 
Here Is an L that only job in its life was snow plowing. Second owner to the plow off.
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Original paint? Looks Sweet!
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Are we having fun yet?

Nothing like having fun on a cold winter day eh!


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Originally posted by acwdwcman acwdwcman wrote:

 
not mine but my cousins. im driving. caterpillar 22 and road grader. grader matches what would have been used by that tractor.
 
 
@ operators would sure have to know how each other thought and operated to make this deal go huh. Very cool
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Originally posted by JC(WI) JC(WI) wrote:

Here is a scanned pic of two cats DIESEL FIFTY and a FORTY DIESEL. The Fifty was a snow cat special and the Forty Had the R.G. LeTorneau dozar blade on it all its life.  
 
Here Is an L that only job in its life was snow plowing. Second owner to the plow off.
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Would love to have this crawler! It looks in better shape than a lot of the late model machines around.
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This is a scan of a original pic of an "L". Not sure what's going on, but interesting anyway....
 
 
 
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RW that is origional paint. And She runs sweet.
Hilltop, Theres a few others that wish they owned this old Girl.
 The old photo above is about promoting the Model L crawler and the venture in sales with hydraulic Continental  Scraper.  This L is equiped with Hydraulics and you can see the tonque of the scrapper in pic.
 The fellows are either from sales or mangement and promoting their wares is my guess.
Think theres some tracks that need tightening, or new rails and pins and or sprockets... Usually worse when adjusting nut hasn't been turned in forty years and the rails worn out and sprockets look like the ribs on a nickle. LOL
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Finally figured out how to post a picture!
Good with wrenches, not so good on computer. Found this HD6G up in Northen Minnesota in a gravell pit.
Seller wanted $1,500, Offered $800, got it for $1,000.
Missing the radiator, steereing cluthces stuck and main clutch needed adjustment. Got her together yesterday and drove around for awhile. Everything works good. Tracks sure are stiff, hope they loosen up.Smile
 


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1955 HD5G that i bought in 1972 My first machine other than my IH 300 Utility and IH 460 Utility . 
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I apologize for the size of the HD-3 photo. i should have  trimmed  it a bit. Teh rig on the drawbar is a Henry One yard scraper, 1950's vintage. 
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Here is my latest, a CAT 10. I keep it in the house though. It doesn't play well with the REAL toys.

https://lh6.googleusercontent.com/-lyhbIz9k_0k/UCBdxuQCutI/AAAAAAAAFUc/ZXvAyKtMIwI/s603/Caterpillar+003.jpg
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I'll play hd5g



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Not mine, but a really sweet running BEST 60 at a show this summer.


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My FD5 - 72 HP power shift, 7 1/2 ft blade . 6 way power to blade 

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Thats a nice tractor Coke .

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Our Fiat Allis FL5 Sold it recently upgrading to a cat 939 .
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Another photo .
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Here is my 1966 HD6G when I lost the track a couple weeks ago.  You can see how bad the rails but they will be replaced next year.

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My dad with a clump of Hickory tree's I pushed out.  In all the pictures the cleared area was all heavy timber when I started.
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Showing the building site after most of the clearing was done.  As you see some of the trees were breaking off as we had a major drought in the midwest this summer and the clay soil was rock hard up until recently when it started raining. 
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Wow that Allis S and L are awesome to see. Never seen or heard one in real. Do you have some movies of it?
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that 6g brings back some memories.
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