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1970's / 1980's Caterpillar 637d Tractor / Scraper Shop Manual Original Book on 2040-parts.com

US $72.50
Location:

Benton, Illinois, United States

Benton, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used

1970'S / 1980'S (PRINTED DECEMBER, 1979) CATERPILLAR 637D TRACTOR / SCRAPER SHOP MANUAL / ORIGINAL CAT SERVICE BOOK!

26W, 27W, 67W AND 71W TRACTORS

20W, 21W, 22W, 23W, 69W AND 70W SCRAPERS

DON'T MISS THE CHANCE TO ACQUIRE THE MANUAL THAT YOU COULD USE TO DISPLAY WITH YOUR VEHICLE AT A TRACTOR SHOW OR TO USE DURING YOUR VEHICLE'S SERVICING / RESTORATION PROCESS!

THIS BOOK IS AN ORIGINAL.  IT IS A GOOD--BUT NOT PERFECT--MANUAL.  PLEASE NOTE THE PICTURES FOR THE CONDITION OF THE ITEM AND FOR THE CONTENTS OF THIS AUCTION!!  PLEASE EMAIL WITH ANY QUESTIONS BEFORE BIDDING!!

FOR SALE TO THE U.S. ($12.50 P&H SENT BY MEANS OF STANDARD FLAT RATE SHIPPING INCLUDING A TRACKING NUMBER) / FOR SALE WORLDWIDE (SENT BY MEANS OF STANDARD INTERNATIONAL FLAT RATE SHIPPING)

PLEASE PAY BY MEANS OF PAYPAL!!

GOOD LUCK!! HAPPY BIDDING!!!

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