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Posted: Sunday, March 28, 2010 9:40:03 PM

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I am trying to create a comprehensive list of Conrad model cranes. I would like to try to complete a version every couple of weeks or so for my records. I would also like to develop a web-site with photos, history, value, number produced, etc.

I know this will be an under-taking but I would like try. kran-modelle.de had many versions on his site but it appears the site is no longer working??? Correct me if I am wrong or if someone has another address.

For example:

In the AC500 class, 2098 is the original white/gray, 2098(1) is Mennen & Wittrock, 2098(2) is Franz Bracht KG, 2098(3) is Mammoet, 2098(4) is 2nd version (cream & gray), 2098(5) is Prangl, 2098(6) is Schmidbauer KG, 2098(7) is Sarens, 2098(8) is Felbermayr, etc.

For the LTM 1060/2, here is what I have so far...

Conrad 2094 is Corporate

1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 17, 21, 24, 27, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 37, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47 are all unknown at this time.

5 is Van Seureren, 8 is Feuerwehr, 12 is Thuringer Krandienst, 15 is Grohmann/Attollo, 16 is Spallek?,
18 is I & S, 19 is Kynningsrud, 20 is Kran-Elve, 22 is Colonia, 23 is Krandienst Schulz, 25 is Stampede, 26 is Nederhoff?, 28 is Regal, 29 is Breuer & Wasel, 33 is Eisele / Reitz, 36 is imo Leipzig, 38 is Mammoet, 39 is Saller, 40 is Felbermayr, 48 is Maxikraft.

Other versions that exist but that I do not have numbers for: Jandt, Schmidbauer KG, Ullrich Krane, Sarens, Baumann, Auto Rent, Nationwide?, Crane Services, and lastly Van der Tol which is 2094TOL.

I believe there is a Grohmann / Maximum, and an Attollo as well.

If anyone can help to update this list, please do so. I would like to publish the results once the list is complete. I believe this will be extremely useful to all collectors. Thanks, Bryce

Chime in, Ted. I know you have many of these!!!

Update: Ted sent me these following pics of some of his LTM 1060/2's. Many, many thanks to you, sir!

Although Ted was unsure of the numbers, I see 7 or 8 more liveries such as: Thomen, Flossdorf, AKV, Minquella, HKV Schmitz & Partner, BKL, and M&S KranService.

Jump in with any comments, and once again, thank you Ted. Bryce
Chip Carlin
Posted: Monday, March 29, 2010 1:39:13 AM
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Here is a Euro website that has alot of the liveries documented by crane type....ie AC 40.....LTM1060/2........etc....
it does not have them all like you are proposing.....which I think it a great and needed project for you to undertake.......


There is also a japanese site w/ many good color crane photos


Like your collection of color cranes !


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Posted: Monday, March 29, 2010 1:42:34 AM

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not to change the subject but that Kobelco crane in the first link looks pretty cool, i saw pics of the 1:1 model and its pretty cool looking, wonder where the model came from? sorry to change the subject
Paul Crane
Posted: Monday, March 29, 2010 6:46:16 AM
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That's a great start to your list. The first version of the Demag AC500 is Conrad model # 2095. Saller LTM 1060/2 is 2094-39. I have Baldwins, Bruns, BMS, Riga Mainz which might be factory or custom. I have a Maxim which is a custom. I also have All Crane and Anthony customs by SCC. It would take time to check model #'s as most of my crane models are in storage.
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