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Excavator wreck

Discussion in 'Excavators' started by Phil, Dec 11, 2009.

  1. Phil

    Phil Senior Member

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    There is something about machine wrecks that catches one's interest. This one at a spice plantation in Grenada. They were trying to sell the 600 acre property for $25 million, maybe they would throw the machine in with the deal:). Phil
     

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  2. I AM IRONMAN

    I AM IRONMAN Well-Known Member

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    I'm thinkiing that maybe if I guy bought the excavator, they would throw the land in on the deal!:drinkup
     
  3. stock

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    What breed of yoke is it?
     
  4. plantman.uk

    plantman.uk Well-Known Member

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    looks like an old poclain....could be a new jcb though
     
  5. AtlasRob

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    I thought Case/Poclain thinking about the thread with the 120 in it

    OUCH! ;) your not a fan then :D

    Its a pity they never got beyond the primer colour would have been a good clue.
     
  6. qball

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    looks like a drott/case.
     
  7. AtlasRob

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    Drat, Drott thats what I meant :D
     
  8. dumpchuck

    dumpchuck Well-Known Member

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    :lmao:lmao
     
  9. plantman.uk

    plantman.uk Well-Known Member

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    thanks atlas rob...jcb...heaps of sh..e...would not want another one as a gift i've never been in one that was good, could not pull a greasey man outta bed