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CleanBee
Sweet looking tractor. Might damage my drive though and I dont think it will fit in my garage either. I really enjoy occasionally seeing AC equipment like that out working a sight. It's usually a call for another quick drive-by. Dan

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michigandon
I used to work for an excavation company that had a couple old 260s like that. They weren't self-loaders like that one is though. They also had a couple old 460s that had to be of late-'50s vintage, if not older. I remeber they had straight stacks on them and would wake the dead when they were operating! That bucket is from the dearly departed "Big Muskie" dragline that used to work the coal mines down in the Ohio River valley. I believe its on display in a park down there someplace now. Don

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