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Where Earthmovers Go to Grow

03 November, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 44

 

This is a Suzuki LT 250 4WD year 1994.

It got beaten up so we turned it into a very useful ATV.

22 September, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 38

 

I believe this was 1992 or there abouts. As you can see it was two separate accidents.

The picture with the Officer in his big boots is on the Linton to Levin Road. The driver had left the C-Dax factory only about 15 minutes prior made woopsee.

15 September, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 37

 

As you can see a bit of a crash.

Early 60's at the Fitzherbert bridge on the East side of Palmerston North. There was earthworks up the Fitzherbert Hill and this Allis Chambers HD 21 was working alongside a Terex TS 14 motor scraper.

08 September, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 36

 

Back in the days of some serious earthworks, well we thought it was anyway.

This is at the C-Dax site where we needed to build a new Engineering workshop.

01 September, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 35

 

Holden One tonner. They were a hit as the name suggests. Took a strong man to steer one of these.

24 August, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 34

 

Yes we were mostly very busy. Paddock cars were great entertainment for the staff. The staff reckoned it was better than the stock-cars!

04 August, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 31

 

Here we are, the Hart Bros team. By the way Brucie is standing it may be steeper than the photo shows.

28 July, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 30

 

What you see here is two fine pieces of engineering.

At this point and time we worked hard on this very small market manufacturing bulldozer rippers.

20 July, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 29

 

We have the Isuzu 370 CXH transporter carting a Komatsu D41 P-5.

Firstly on the Isuzu as you can see they looked like a undershot ewe. The driver comfort was more than terrible and if you hit a bad bump on the rural roads the driver could leave the seat and on landing have a few things to say about the truck that weren’t very complimentary.

14 July, 2017
Posted by Joe Hart

#Attach2FlashbackFriday - Week 28

 

The Jimmy. This was the name for these in WW2.

562,750 of these were built for the US Army. They were mainly troop carriers with flat deck and canvas canopy.