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    Quote Originally Posted by Gavin84w View Post
    Ad, the restorations performed by you and Gilbert are first class every time, i am sure the DW will turn out perfect.

    I really think ACMOC magazine needs to do a story on you guys as those are the sort of articles i think lots of members would like to see.
    Gavin,
    That is a great idea, the mag is always looking for a great story. Gilbert and Ad always do a great job preserving Caterpillar History and many ACMOC members who do not use this BB would find their work to be first class!
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    Thanks guys but al the credit for the beautiful machines has to go to Gilbert hi is the mechanic and I only help him where I can.
    But we both like Cat tractors and that in real and models.
    My skills are more in building model's, here some links to my best Cat tractor ever.

    http://forums.dhsdiecast.com/default...posts&t=128197

    http://forums.dhsdiecast.com/default...posts&t=129117

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    AD,

    Very Impressive!
    It must take alot of hours to complete a project like that,
    I like the level of detail and how everything is to scale, A#1!!!!!

    What has been your favorite model that you have done?
    Erik Christenbury
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    Nice find QUAD that's a early DW15 with a D318 still whats the serial #?
    Nothing Like the Smell of DIESEL in the Morning!

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    serial # 76D463 series E, I would say 1956 or so as my series F would be a 1958

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuAD View Post
    Thanks guys but al the credit for the beautiful machines has to go to Gilbert hi is the mechanic and I only help him where I can.
    But we both like Cat tractors and that in real and models.
    My skills are more in building model's, here some links to my best Cat tractor ever.
    Even better Ad, thats 2 stories for the magazine!!

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