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E278EFB8-0AD3-4B82-9BEB-9AF717C43439.thumb.jpeg.8c7bac695c2cf357d3618737cba62a57.jpegEver see one?

This one is in a museum  here in Lincoln. 

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That is really neat. Any pics of the "drive train"? If it's pedal, I assume it moves. How does it turn?

That looks like the toy future Husker fullbacks would have had as little kids😁

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Yea the Cat one moved to. I've seen one of the Cat ones in person. I guess in poor condition they can bring in 1-2K from a collector. I'd like to know the value of the T340. Kinda cute!

 

Rick 

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Speedway Motors Museum display? 

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The steering levers go down and lift the machine up on the side you want to turn.  There is a little pad that touches the floor and lifts the machine up.  You can see the pad on the Caterpillar one.  They are pedal chain driven.  

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IIRC  the 340 was made for hoover promo's  ( was big RPM ad)  IIRC + - $300-800

see 3-4 yr where they ask $500

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My boy Zeke would blow his mind seeing that

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16 hours ago, 73IH810 said:

Speedway Motors Museum display? 

Yup

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And there’s a couple hundred different engines like these to look at besides all the cars.

Takes about 4 hours to see it all.

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I was thinking of driving the Scout up there Saturday for their monthly Cars & Coffee; but between the rain and the traffic for the game, I decided to stay away from Lincoln. Great museum though. 

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