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Mitsubishi M110L Excavator

Discussion in 'Showtime!' started by Anto Modded, Sep 1, 2012.

  1. Anto Modded

    Anto Modded Well-Known Member

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    Was at an auction and seen this, thought id take a few pics and share.............

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  2. Anto Modded

    Anto Modded Well-Known Member

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    Tried getting it to show pics but it wont........sorry
     
  3. mitch504

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    The first trackhoe I ever ran was a mitsi. The cab wasn't near so well ventilated. :D

    It was a sweet machine in the '80s. They later became Cat's E-series, and were the design foundation for the 3xx series.
     
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    Anto Modded Well-Known Member

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    Cab was rotten on it but all else seemed ok. Never knew they later became Cat's E series. Guy with me said when they came out they were well ahead of there time.
     
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    Yep, I took the plastic off the seat on one of those when it was brand new and ran it for several yrs, good machine over heating was a problem though.