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Hello if anyone can help or point me in the right direction I am looking for a single or double axle semi trailer suitable to go behind a ww2 4/5 ton tractor unit . Ideally a machinery type carrier with sloping rear and ramps but interested in any type . many thanks Steve 01424892957 07892789454
I'm looking to buy a Bulldozer, WW2 era or post war that looks wartime that I can use with my Autocar U8144 and low loader trailer which I'm restoring. I'm looking at say a 2-6 ton vehicle and the low loader is 25 foot, 5 foot of which is the swan neck. I only have a rough idea of whats out there as its not an subject I've had much experience of. In the perfect world I would have liked a bren carrier or similar tracked vehicle but they are now of course getting very expensive so my rationale is a dozer is more affordable, but any other ideas or suggestions of something that would look good on a low loader to take to shows would be most welcome. Could anybody please give me their views on Caterpillar/International/Allis Chalmers etc. It would need to have a dozer blade or a loading shovel. I'm happy to consider a finished vehicle or something that needs some work and I would really value ideas or even leads on suitable vehicles that maybe out there. Thanks in advance for any info :-)
Hello all, I recently aquired an M5 HT and am looking for a various amount of parts and diagrams etc to restore it. All the rear armour was removed and a flat back installed, thats now all been removed back to the bare chassis :-D Most of the instruments are missing although I've sourced a couple. It has a Ford diesel engine installed which will have to remain until an original IHC can be found (yes I know not an easy task!). I'd be grateful of any contacts, leads etc to parts. This is a long term project but I'm loving every minute working on the old beast! :cool2:
Hi to everyone. I arrived here because of my past interest in MV's. It is many years since I owned a '44 Willys and, the reason for my search, an International M-2-4. I see a member has one of these rare trucks. I'll be looking forward to hearing all about it.