Modern Earthmoving Machines

Bulldozers, wheel loaders, bucket wheels, scrapers, graders, excavators, off-road haulers, and walking draglines

Modern Earthmoving Machines
Format: Paperback / softback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781583883525
Publisher: Enthusiast Books
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Description

Feel the ground quake with power across these 160 pages of full-color photos of modern earthmovers! You’ll get the full scoop on the biggest, most powerful, diesel powered, juggernauts working today.

Just a few of the machines on display include bulldozers, wheel loaders, bucket wheels, walking draglines and more, from well-known companies like Caterpillar, Hitachi, Case, and Deere, to name a few.

The author

Keith Haddock, a professional engineer, has enjoyed a lifelong involvement with earthmoving and heavy equipment. Just over 20 years ago Haddock co-founded the Historical Construction Equipment Association (HCEA) that now boasts more than 5,000 members. He has written several books on heavy equipment and has been featured in numerous TV documentaries including Modern Marvels, Monster Machines and Mega Excavators. He currently specializes in providing information, research, and freelance writing for earthmoving and surface mining publications.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781583883525
Illustrations: 160 color photos
Size: 9 in x 9 in / 228.6 mm x 228.6 mm
Edition: Second Edition, Enlarged Edition, Expanded 2nd Edition
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