Our 1:48 scale 630K Series of Wheel-Tractor Scrapers have been featured in several publications, and most recently the 637K Push/ Pull received a 5-star review in the latest issue of Plant & Model Machine World.

Among the features on this model which earned the glowing review are the opening front engine cover, which reveals the hidden details of the engine block, open rear engine housing allowing for the fully detailed interior to be seen, as well as an opening cab door, revealing the cab interior in stunning detail including operator’s controls and instrumentation.

“The push pull mechanisms are operational, allowing several scrapers to be connected together.  The rear arrestor hook on the 637K allows other scrapers to assist.”

– Steven Downes

Limited quantities of the 630K Series is still available from CCM.  Don’t miss out on your opportunity to add one of these incredible Wheel-Tractor Scrapers to your collection today.

“The scraper bowl, apron, and ejector plate are fully functional with a protective overspill mesh panel fitted in front of the rear engine.”

We would like to give a big thanks to our friends over at PMMW for continuing to feature our models in their magazine!  If you haven’t seen Plant & Machinery Model World before, it is a UK-based bi-monthly publication focusing on construction, plant, and machinery scale models.  Looking to pick up a copy for yourself?  Head over to their website, or connect with them through Facebook.

6 thoughts on “Under Review: Cat® 637K Receives 5 Stars in PMMW
  • I thought Dan only writes about 1:87, are you guys sure it’s not Steven you’re quoting there..? 🙂

    Anyway, nice work with the scrapers, although that’s one of the very few machine types I’m not personally collecting… but by all means, keep doing more scrapers 😛

  • Please send me Magazine English Plant and Machinery Model World . From Joe Roman Thank you

  • Love to see a 1:48 model of a cat 16 motor grader that I was around during the 70’s on interstate highway projects. Would be a wonderful addition to my collection of that period construction equipment!

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