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Question about ACMOC Model 22 prices

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17 years 6 months ago #1894 by alan627b
I'm still hoping Jerry Hall will someday do a 666 in 1/50 scale, maybe then I could afford to own one....

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17 years 6 months ago #1895 by Willie
Art; Cat Corp makes lots of money selling Lic. to companies to make toys with a big rolalty ( like 25%)and have been very kind to let us build a few without paying them a big piece of the action like everyone has to pay. if we had to pay same as others we would have no profit at all. They only allow us to make models of Cat machines from 1925 to 1960 in 1/16 scale only and only some that fit in that group. with permission. We can not make any other scale our anything out of the yr range, they are all lic. to companies that pay Cat Corp. (A 1/25 scale D6-10K for exaple newer then 1960 and wrong scale).
As for the gauges after initail set up evey bezel glass oil & Temp gauge with minor changes would be correct for anything in our allowed range. My 193?s 22 uses same gauges as your 1940s watsit. If you looked at what ever Cat you have it will have many parts with parts no. like L-829 the steering lever handles that was a 1927 part no. used on evey crawler from 1927 Cat 20 thru the last Cat made with the levers until few yrs ago, but Cat still makes then and arn't about to let us repo them. Thats why I choose Gauges Cat never made them and dosn't supply them anymore, along with the with they fit a large range of diff Cat machines that fit in our allowed era.
Anything above 1960 is out of our ACMOC scope and not allowed for our use for profit by Cat Corp.

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17 years 6 months ago #1902 by Neil D
Willie,now theres a point,why the 1960 cut-off date for the club?
What about a Caterpillar club covering right up to date after all we see photos and references to the more modern machines in the magazine all the time!

Neil

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17 years 6 months ago #1903 by d4c24a

Willie,now theres a point,why the 1960 cut-off date for the club?
What about a Caterpillar club covering right up to date after all we see photos and references to the more modern machines in the magazine all the time!

Neil


thats a good point neil my machine is 1962 i am a acmoc member ,but reading some recent posting it seems i may not be welcome:confused: hope you and all on the board had a good christmas and that your new year is good also,p/s TC sorry about the birthday invite but i missed the party myself:( work called

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