Classic Construction Models is excited to announce the latest addition to our collection of 1:48 scale die-cast models, the Cat® D7G in 2 configurations. Standing approximately 5.7” long, 2.8” wide, and 2.7” tall at the top of the ROPS canopy, these high-quality replicas promise to capture the unique history of these machines.
The first variation will be equipped with an A-Blade and Winch as well as sweeps. The second version of the D7G that will be produced will have an attached S-Blade with Multi-shank Ripper.
Features common to both models include a detailed engine which is visible through an open engine bay, ROPS canopy, accurately replicated operator’s station complete with control pedals and levers, as well as complete instrumentation. The models sit on a functional undercarriage including track tensioners, modeled bogies and idlers, and individually linked track pads.
Although we are too early in the process to determine price, production run, or availability at this point, we will keep you up to date with more information about these model on our blog. For more information about each model, please click on the respective link below.
10 thoughts on “New Model Announcement: 1:48 Cat® D7G Dozer – Die-cast”
Nice! this is one of my favorites.
Yes this is the Mighty CatD7 bulldozer ever .
One of my favourite dozers to run in real life.. Please do this in 1:24 as well!
I hope there will be a version with the enclosed ROPS cab and a set of sweeps will finish it off nicely, also with multi shank rippers.
I didn’t get the D8 because it had no sweeps. This one I will surely get. I’m really hoping for a D6C also. Just an idea! A 6C with angle blade, Fleco rops and sweeps, with winch or without would be so nice. Love my dozers?
Hallo ich hoffe auch mal ein CAT 977H oder 977L. Danke
a great model, looking forward to having it on my shelves, please ccm when a cat 980c or cat 980F in 1/48 scale? I have hope of ever seeing it.
Looks good been waiting for some more Cat flat tracks and this is a good one keep them coming
When will it be available?
I bought a new D7G in 1979-canapoy & sweeps – S-dozer. A great machine