The scooter. The flip-flops. The cat. THE MUSIC.
Adding to the already lengthy list of ‘things I wish I had when I was a kid’ this Caterpillar digger has an articulated scooping arm connected to a base with working tank treads that guarantees it won’t get mired in mud while your kid slowly but surely destroys your perfectly manicured lawn.
Most people who see a motorcyclist riding a sportbike while kitted in garish ICON gear will assume the guy riding is about to get his stunt on. This lady proves that we aren’t all as we appear.
The Caterpillar Tractor Company was incorporated in 1925, but they were essentially selling rebaged equipment made by companies Holt and Best until 1927 when they created the "Model Twenty." A total of 8,201 were built to this spec through 1931.
Twenty-seven wooden blocks weighing 600 pounds each? That's no regular game of Jenga—that's a job for a team of five giant, yet agile, Cat excavators and telehandlers to take on. Just some machines having fun.
A Wisconsin driver who sped through a stop sign at 75 MPH, lost control, hit a tree, flipped over and hit a second tree now blames a cat for the accident.