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  1. #11
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    Rick,

    You might try contacting the Cal-Ag Museum in Woodland CA to see if they could measure one of their's that are on display. There is also one at Tulare in the museum there.

    JanM

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    The San Joaquin County Historical Society and Museum has been heard from! The Holt 75 is 20 feet long, 8 foot wide and ten to the top of the canopy.

    Much thanks to Julie Blood, the Collections and Exhibits Manager!

    And again thanks for the tips to finding the size. A fellow in Australia is modeling a WWI setting with a Holt 75 towing an artillery piece. When and if he gets it complete I'll see if I can't post a picture of it on here.

    Rick

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    Hi Rick,
    thanks for getting back with the dimensions for the Holt 75--now added to my Holt 75 literature for future reference.
    Thanks also to the Museum Manager for stepping up to the plate and helping us all out.
    Best Regards,
    Eddie B.

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    OK fine- deleted
    Last edited by phildirt; 07-22-2019 at 04:58 AM.

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    Hi Phildirt,
    I believe that is the Best 75 Tracklayer spec. sheet I spoke of earlier--I nearly fell for the same trick until I saw Tracklayer--Best's tracked machine Trade Name.

    Holt's equivalent is the Caterpillar.

    I stand to be corrected.
    Cheers,
    Eddie B.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phildirt View Post
    Maybe you should look at ACMOC Quarterly Magazine, Issue 28, July, 1998, page 17.

    Attachment 82625

    Well seeing as that was long before I joined I just don't have a copy of that handy!

    Thanks though!

    Rick

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