ACMOC Scale Models


No. 4 Hi-Way Patrol-BW (1:16 Scale Model) Model CUST 1163

CODE: 302.87

$99.00
Spec Cast

This model has black wheels. The No. 4 Hi-Way Patrol was introduced in 1932 as a replacement for the No. 3 Hi-Way Patrol, a pull grader brought into the product line when Caterpillar purchased Russell Grader Manufacturing Co. in 1928. At this time, motorized graders were still in their infancy, and graders pulled by tractors were much more common. The No. 4 was the smallest pull grader in the Caterpillar product line, and was produced until 1941. It was designed for reshaping and maintaining roads, cleaning ditches, and light road building. While larger graders were commonly used by states and counties for road construction, the No. 4 found typical use by townships, farms, ranches and private businesses. The 1650lb. weight and 8’ wide blade of the No. 4 made it well suited for Caterpillar Ten, Fifteen, Twenty, Twenty-Two, Twenty-Five, R2 and D2 tractors, as well as tractors of other makes between 10 and 25 drawbar horsepower.


No. 1 Terracer-BW (1:16 Scale Model) Model CUST 1164

CODE: 302.86

$99.00
Spec Cast

This model has black wheels.  The No. 1 Terracer was introduced in 1931 to help farmers add terraces to their fields. Terracing, a conservation practice used to help reduce soil erosion, became much more common during this time as farmers tried to combat the “Dust Bowl” conditions prevalent during the Great Depression era. Production of the No. 1 Terracer lasted until 1941, making it the most popular and longest running part of a line of Caterpillar® agriculture implements, which included a hay mower, hay rake, and multiple-implement hitch. The gooseneck hitch, coupled directly to the tractor drawbar, made the Terracer more maneuverable than traditional pull graders. The No. 1 excelled at fi lling gullies, clearing fence rows and building irrigation ditches, in addition to terracing. The 1400lb. weight and 8’ wide blade of the No. 1 made it well suited for Caterpillar Ten, Fifteen, Twenty, Twenty-Two, Twenty-Five, R2 and D2 tractors, as well as tractors of other makes between 10 and 25 drawbar horsepower.


No. 1 Terracer (1:16 Scale Model) Model CUST 1106

CODE: 302.84

$99.00
Spec Cast

The No. 1 Terracer was introduced in 1931 to help farmers add terraces to their fi elds. Terracing, a conservation practice used to help reduce soil erosion, became much more common during this time as farmers tried to combat the “Dust Bowl” conditions prevalent during the Great Depression era. Production of the No. 1 Terracer lasted until 1941, making it the most popular and longest running part of a line of Caterpillar® agriculture implements, which included a hay mower, hay rake, and multiple-implement hitch. The gooseneck hitch, coupled directly to the tractor drawbar, made the Terracer more maneuverable than traditional pull graders. The No. 1 excelled at fi lling gullies, clearing fence rows and building irrigation ditches, in addition to terracing. The 1400lb. weight and 8’ wide blade of the No. 1 made it well suited for Caterpillar Ten, Fifteen, Twenty, Twenty-Two, Twenty-Five, R2 and D2 tractors, as well as tractors of other makes between 10 and 25 drawbar horsepower.


Gray Caterpillar Terracer (1:16 Scale Model) Model CUST 1130

CODE: 302.83

$99.00
Spec Cast

Only 500 gray Caterpillar Terracers produced!

The No. 1 Terracer was introduced in 1931 to help farmers add terraces to their fields. Terracing, a conservation practice used to help reduce soil erosion, became much more common during this time as farmers tried to combat the “Dust Bowl” conditions prevalent during the Great Depression era. Production of the No. 1 Terracer lasted until 1941, making it the most popular and longest running part of a line of Caterpillar® agriculture implements, which included a hay mower, hay rake, and multiple-implement hitch. The gooseneck hitch, coupled directly to the tractor drawbar, made the Terracer more maneuverable than traditional pull graders. The No. 1 excelled at filling gullies, clearing fence rows and building irrigation ditches, in addition to terracing. The 1400lb. weight and 8’ wide blade of the No. 1 made it well suited for Caterpillar Ten, Fifteen, Twenty, Twenty-Two, Twenty-Five, R2 and D2 tractors, as well as tractors of other makes between 10 and 25 drawbar horsepower.


D4 7U with 4S Blade (CUST1354)

CODE: 302.920

$169.00
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491 Scraper - ACMM STICKER ON BACK (1:25) Model 49-0175

CODE: 302.37

$229.00
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VERY LIMITED QUANTITY - These models were re-acquired from the Antique Caterpillar Machinery Museum (ACMM) in Brooks, OR. ACMM put a sticker on the back... More 

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