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Neil87
Posted: Monday, March 15, 2021 4:56:26 AM

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York Demolition Volvo EC700B High Reach with a custom Nye Manufacturing spear pole



York Demolition Volvo EC700B with short boom setup



Cat 245 and a Cat 245D, a few minor visible differences.



MGI own Hitachi 870LC, ripping up a foundation a Pearson International Airport



Another view of Torcon Cat 235, which has been owned by them since new in the late 70's. Same boom and stick on it from day one.



GFL (Green For ife) owned Cat 390FL, parked on the front lawn of a residential property for mainline sewer work.



Morreti and their two Deere 600CLC Excavators



Cat 988K Front End Loader parked infront of a Toromont dealership.



Cat 245B Series 2 and a Cat 215 with a two piece boom.


If Mother Nature wanted fiberglass boats, she would have planted fiberglass trees.
Neil87
Posted: Monday, March 15, 2021 2:02:38 PM

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R Jordan wrote:


Priestly has bought a Cat excavator "HMMMM" IAM imagining what happened that they decided to choose Cat in the fleet. This is a very interesting development and would like to know more on this development. The guys at Toromont were probably in shock when the purchase order came in with the company name on it lol!!!!

Roland.


They got the two Cat 374F excavators, a high reach Hitachi and a few other machines from JMX Demolition. I heard it was at a good price as the other company had financial issues.

If Mother Nature wanted fiberglass boats, she would have planted fiberglass trees.
R Jordan
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Neil87 wrote:
R Jordan wrote:


Priestly has bought a Cat excavator "HMMMM" IAM imagining what happened that they decided to choose Cat in the fleet. This is a very interesting development and would like to know more on this development. The guys at Toromont were probably in shock when the purchase order came in with the company name on it lol!!!!

Roland.


They got the two Cat 374F excavators, a high reach Hitachi and a few other machines from JMX Demolition. I heard it was at a good price as the other company had financial issues.


Thank you for the clarity on that as I knew it had to be a good offer that they adopted the machines into their fleet. For they are know for other brands besides Cat and we know they love their BIG RED known as Linkbelts. Was there in 2019 late October and witness the demolition of a bridge on 26/10/2019 These were the machines on site. if you recall the date your would know the location as the guy Matt was there that Saturday. I think it was Dundoff Lane.

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Took these with an old camera at the time. Love the work and construction momentum in Canada while being there for a weekend.

Roland.
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