Allis-Chalmers HD-21 Crawler with Blade and Ripper
The HD-21 was the first diesel crawler equipped with a true Allis-Chalmers engine following the purchase of the Buda Company in 1953. The HD-21 replaced the HD-20 and was equipped with power steering and a supercharger that provided more than 135 horsepower as standard. The HD-21 was easily identified by the massive, round-holed, steel plate grille and 37 link, six roller tracks. Standard track shoe width was 24 inches. More than 8,000 of these popular crawlers were produced in the fifteen (15) years they were manufactured.
This model features:
- Segmented metal tracks
- Diecast straight blade and ripper -- both of which are positionable
- Hydraulic hoses and cylinders detail
- Accurately detailed operator control center complete with levers, steering brakes, and much more
- Incredibly authentic engine detail
It also features an authentic Serial Number Plate, numbered Certificate of Authenticity, and matching serial numbered individual carton. This outstanding replica measures 5.5” long, 2” wide, and 1.75” high and is going to look very impressive on your display shelf!