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Rusty bulldozer (perhaps D7?)

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1 year 1 month ago #248752 by Kurt Bangert
A bit of steel wool will knock the rust right off that...

D4 D 78A 6678
D4 6U 1139
RD4 4G223W
D2 5U 1164
JD 350B
JD 420C
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1 year 1 month ago #248753 by Fat Dan
Yeah a bit of steel wool, bubble gum, few rolls of No. 9 wire and a whole lot of that new fangled duct tape an she'll be good enough for oyster farming.
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955E 12A08263; 955C 12A04040; 955C 12A03563.
1954 No.12 Diesel Motor Grader 8T14777.
1945 No.12 Diesel Motor Grader 9K9320
1944-46 Adams Model No. 311 Motor Grader
1943 IH T9 Bullgrader

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1 year 1 month ago #248754 by Deas Plant.
Hi, Folks.
To quote the immortal Swishy from days gone by on this forum, "That'll buff right out."

Just his 0.02.

You have a wonderful day. Best wishes. Deas Plant.
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1 year 1 month ago #248755 by juiceman
Yes, it appears to be a D6C. The guys and gals from Half Moon Bay, California have issues with sea air as well; lament often how it is bad for their iron. Appears someone has a worse situation. I second the boat anchor duty or someone sank it/high tide?. Great yard art!!! JM
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1 year 1 month ago #248778 by trainzkid88
yes i think all its good for now is a lawn ornament. most of those bolts would snap if you just breathed on em. you would need a 20 tonne franna crane and a drop deck semi to shift it
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1 year 1 month ago #248779 by trainzkid88
sorta breaks the heart to see it like that.
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