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My small collection in models 1:50 - Caterpillar SXS D9H from CCM Options · View
frusso
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Agree with you Felipe. RR puts out some great models. Mike
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Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 8:38:40 AM
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Felipe that is a beauty, gotta love the tilting cab. How much better is that than the D9 from CCM, because it looks like the detail is far and above CCMs detail. Maybe someday after Quinella buys one he will loan it to me when Chuck makes him a 1/50 scale Autocar and he loses interest in the dozer.
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Well Steveo: When the CCM D9H came out it sold for what $200 plus or minus???? This RR version goes for around $1,200??? I think CCM does a great job for the money, simply great. And now that I am retiring, I can buy more fishing gear. As far as the Autocar, I will have to settle on the one from Romania. Wonder if it comes in a cabover version??? CAW
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Craig you can get an Autocar coe in garbage truck form if you are looking for a new one or you can check online for some early 40s models if you prefer some of the ones you knew of when you were middle aged. Which ever you choose I’m sure you could fit plenty of live bait in either for your fishing trips when and if you ever retire. And as far as those RR models going for $1200.00 that’s pocket change for you.
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Well, Steve and Quinella, this question is not easy to talk about.

I think the RRmodels is betwen CCM diecast and CCM Brass. So, to compare this RR with D9H CCM, I think it’s not just.

The RR D9H is around $500-550, CCM D9H was $199,90. However, now the D9H CCM is more tham $1000 and the RR still 500-550. So, the best opition today without any doubt is one RR.
Anyway, if you ask me what of them I would like keep in my collection if I have to chose one, RR is the choice for sure.
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Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 3:55:45 PM

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frusso wrote:
Well, Steve and Quinella, this question is not easy to talk about.

I think the RRmodels is betwen CCM diecast and CCM Brass. So, to compare this RR with D9H CCM, I think it’s not just.

The RR D9H is around $500-550, CCM D9H was $199,90. However, now the D9H CCM is more tham $1000 and the RR still 500-550. So, the best opition today without any doubt is one RR.
Anyway, if you ask me what of them I would like keep in my collection if I have to chose one, RR is the choice for sure.


Frusso: All the RRs I see on Ebay are over $1,000.00. Sure they are great models, but CCM is not rinky dink. The D9H came out at $200.00 and because of it's limited edition, and the popularity of the actual machine, the model has soared in value. You can still find them under $1,000.00. Also, I don't think RR Models are all that familiar with collectors in the US. As for CCM, you should decide early if you want to buy a new edition, and jump on it as soon as possible. And to the brass editions, save your money up and buy those. I have never owned a brass edition.
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Quinella

USA Ebay are not the best place to get it. I have some RRmodels in my collection and none is from ebay or USA.

About Brass models from CCM they are amazing. I just have a bit of them, because I do not have money, but I would like have more for sure!

And yes, CCM has some models that increase to much in price. The D9H is one example that I would never get if I had lost the time to buy.
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Posted: Thursday, November 15, 2018 9:27:27 PM
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Hey guys thanks for all the information between the two models. Craig if those are only $500.00 apiece maybe you could buy me 2 of them instead of just 1, as you know Christmas is just around the corner Santa Craig.
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Posted: Thursday, November 15, 2018 9:30:23 PM
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Felipe nice pics of the D9L, I have the D10 and the D10 pusher from CCM. Those are very nice models.
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Posted: Friday, November 16, 2018 5:26:26 PM
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Felipe I see you have the combo in the D9 version very nice. You have to get the 9 pusher behind some of your fabulous scrapers.
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Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2018 4:25:58 AM

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Caterpillar D9L with scraper

P_20170807_054919_vHDR_On by Felipe Russo, no Flickr

P_20170807_054936_vHDR_On by Felipe Russo, no Flickr

P_20170807_055000_vHDR_On by Felipe Russo, no Flickr
Exkvate3140
Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2018 1:22:51 PM
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Felipe very nice.
Steve
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Posted: Saturday, November 17, 2018 6:16:22 PM
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Felipe that does look like a great model, the opening doors on both the cab and engine reveal some nice detail. We need to get you to start building dioramas for your incredible collection.
Steve
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I've always wanted to get my hands on a CCM D9T but unfortunately they're just not in my model budget. They are amazing models.

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