I was sent this photo of the Model DI and BO High-crop crawlers by someone last fall and am ashamed to say I have scene lost track of who sent it to me. Does anyone know who these two Lindeman crawlers belong to now. They were reproduced buy Bob Smythe, included in his collection when it was sold to Jeff Polk. From that point on I have lost track of them, if you have any knowledge of them please let me know.
I need your ideas of what you would like to see next. I have added stories, brochures, manual and have more to go but I would like to add what you are wanting to see. Write a comment or e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas and I will do my best to find and add the information.
Sketch by JimLisk.com
I have started to upload brochures and manuals to the Stories and Manuals page. There are a few items that I have for sale if you would like a printed copy. Down load the manual and if you would like a printed copy for the price noted below it, this includes the postage, it will help support this site, contact me from the contact page.
I have started the story page with interviews and stories of the restoration of the Little Lindeman Crawler. If you have seen stories in magazines and will send me pdf’s I will add them to the page.
Thank you for making me feel that it is worth my time and effort to keep this site going, there has been over 100 hits on the old sites per month since I started tracking it at the end of July 2012. This new site with all the added information and photos I have added, I am sure there will be something for everyone. I have added a lot of photos to the History and Implement pages, most of which were taken by Jesse Lindeman himself. I have all these photos and am trying to share them with everyone that is interested in the Lindeman Crawler and family. There is very little commentary on the pages right now, I will be adding more photos and commentary to the pages as time goes by. Click on any of the photos and they will take you to a new page with the same type of photos or take you to a enlarged version of that photo. On the new page click the photo and it will take you to a full size rendition, the photos are as I scanned them, as I get time they will be replaced with retouched ones along with commentary. Click your back button and it will take you back to the point your were at to continue.
If you have any comments leave them and I will try to give you the best answer I can. Please click the comment link at the top of the page, telling me what you would like to see. As I update any of the pages I will post what I have done to keep you informed.
Thank you again for visiting the Lindeman Archives Site.
Ted E. Adams