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Russian Crawlers DT-54 or DT-75


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Default Russian Crawlers DT-54 or DT-75

Any information on these DT Russian crawlers? A DT-54 was sold at auction in late 1999 or early 2000 in Wisconsin. Can anyone help with information please?
Is there any interest in these tractors?
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Default Re: Russian Crawlers DT-54 or DT-75

There are certainly plenty of YouTube videos of the old workhorses doing what they do best, but not sure about our side of the pond. I find them pretty neat and they have certainly seemed to be able to withstand years of hard use.
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Default Re: Russian Crawlers DT-54 or DT-75

I just saw a DT-54 today up high on a pedistal. I was hoping it would be on ground level so my wife could at least sit on it as she ran one in her younger years. I saw a DT-30 and a partial DT-75 5 days ago. Pictures as I get home and get time.
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