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Discussion in 'Old Iron!' started by bibs, Feb 10, 2022.

  1. bibs

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    is the caterpillar 215clc considered ''old iron'' ?
     
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    Nige Senior Member

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    G..G..G..Granville.........!! Fetch your cloth.
    Considering the last one was built well over 30 years ago, probably.
     
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    88clc 4hg1408
     
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    yes where does the time go Njge
     
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    Those lovely memories of "this pedal for this direction, the other pedal for the other, and the spastic stick with travel alarm cancel that you have to hold".
    The grace of the bucket assisted turn, with one knee on said spastic stick. Always a weak track motor so constantly diddling with the stick.
     
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    you goter pontiac !,they dont build the new ones like the old .
     
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