Using those 1:50000 topo maps of Israel, I whipped up a very rough relief map of the Yom Kippur War battlefield the Valley of Tears between Booster Ridge and Mt. Hermonit. Read on...
The area (I believe) from the map the represents Booster ridge and the Eastern edge of Mt. Hermonit:
I chose this 5 km square area and transcribed in onto foam core posterboard, at 1 cm = 200 km, or a 20" square board.
The topo map has 100 meter countour lines, and the thickness of the foam core is about 1 cm, so by using a layer of foam core for each layer of elevation, we get a relief map with the vertical and horizontal to scale:
This view is from the south. You can see what I believe to be Booster Ridge (directly north of Kuneitra) on the southern edge of the map, and Mt. Hermonit to the Northwest. The red line is where I've approximated the tank ditch, based on Chaim Herzog's maps on War of Atonement. Fortification A3 would be just off the map to the East (including it would have left off the steep rise of Hermonit, which looks cool). Here are the other views:
The whole Purple Line was about 40km wide (not linear distance), or about 14 feet long at this scale...not undoable (although I won't!)