nhmx271 wrote:Ah yes-the 3900. Powered by a Cat 3208. Operator sat in the middle with a buddy seat on either side. Was a semi-cab foward design. I think DMC (at that time) made like 10. John Delorean did the actual design. Sauer drive train. Last one I personally saw/worked on was at Bryce, VA. We took it on trade in 1995 and who knows from there.I think I saw one also at Clear Fork, OH as well but I do not even know if they are still open. When I get home I will check my old info and see what I have. As a side note-I love the idea of this forum and will check it daily-but how about a generic cat pic on the top. I am afraid I am a Ford (Prinoth) man, not a Chevy (PB) man-lol.
nhmx271 wrote:Actually Leitner is our parent company. There is now PB and Prinoth with Ohara as well for the big three. Prinoth is the snowcat division of Leitner. Who is your dad-I may know him or vice versa
nhmx271 wrote:No-when Leitner bought Prinoth in '02 they decided to use the Prinoth name for their snow cat division. In Europe the choice of vehicles is the Prinoth Everest, Prinoth Leitwolf, Prinoth Bison or Prinoth Husky. In NA it is the Prinoth BR350, Prinoth Bison and the Prinoth Husky. In limited production is the Prinoth PR500.
nhmx271 wrote:hey patrick-tried to add a pic for my name-could not do, my talents are with snow cats, can you help??
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