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    Default Scraper 70

    Hi

    Could someone help me with a pictures of a Scraper 70 - 1953 ??
    Do I need photos of the front, back, left and right sides?
    I want to build a miniature of it, but I don't have any drawings that I can build on.
    Thank you

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    Default No 70

    Actually there were 2 models . On the late 40's (8C series ) the rear wheels were supported only at the inside . On the early 50 model ( 3W series ) they were supported at both sides . So , let us know what type you are going to make .
    The Netherlands , CAD7

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    Hello,

    I like the late 40's model (8C series).
    Thank you for your help.

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    Default Check for sale

    Might check sites such as machinery trader and similar. They often have several pictures of the ones for sale with different views.

    https://www.machinerytrader.com
    D4Jim
    D47U (1950), 3U 112 Grader (1949), Cat 40 Scraper ACMOC Member 20 years

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    Default Cat #70 scraper images,

    Hi, cat#11.
    I have just had a wander through my library of photos and came up empty = #60s and #80s but no 70s.

    How-wevver, a Google search for them using "Caterpillar #70 drawn cable scraper images" did turn up these results:

    https://www.google.com/search?source...4dUDCAc&uact=5

    Hope it helps.

    Just my 0.02.
    You have a wonderful day. Best wishes.

    Deas Plant.

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    Default

    1949 8c round bottom 70
    johnny scraper.jpgjohnny scraper 2.jpg

    If you need more detail its in the shed
    T4, T6, HT4's, 3t D7, 944, Super Mogul

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    Default Cat 70 Scraper Specs.

    Hi cat11,
    in case you do not have a copy of these from a Sales Book.
    Cheers,
    Eddie B.
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    Default cat 70 scraper

    Quote Originally Posted by edb View Post
    Hi cat11,
    in case you do not have a copy of these from a Sales Book.
    Cheers,
    Eddie B.

    I'll' add a little more.

    Cat 70 scraer mo%1.jpg

    Cat 70 scraer mo%2.jpeg

    Kelly
    Last edited by Kelly; 02-17-2020 at 09:28 PM.
    Old Caterpillar Watch Fob.


    Without history, a society shares no common memory of where it has been, of what its core values are, or what decisions in the past account for the present circumstances.

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    Cat 70 sales spec sheet.
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    [QUOTE=Deas Plant.;234893]Hi, cat#11.
    I have just had a wander through my library of photos and came up empty = #60s and #80s but no 70s.[/playing]


    Deas,
    Did you get a Photo in your library of a 70 scraper yet? HA ha
    Kelly
    Old Caterpillar Watch Fob.


    Without history, a society shares no common memory of where it has been, of what its core values are, or what decisions in the past account for the present circumstances.

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