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Hi, I'm looking for a WW2 era Bulldozer to go on my Trailer for shows and for a heritage steam railway 1940's weekend next year. It has to be about D2 / D4 sized, Caterpillar, International or Allis Chalmbers or any other make. It has to have a blade and whilst I don't mind some restoration or painting I don't want a basket case to restore (I have too many of them all ready !!). Can anybody help please, thanks.
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 :-)