Saying Goodbye to Tiny 2!

Saying Goodbye to Tiny 2!

The D11’s have moved a lot of dirt on the farm but more than that they’ve led to the possibility for all three sons to launch farming careers. It is understandable that the machines hold a special reverence. With all the work the big girl has done, and the extra work it enabled her sister […]

The D11’s have moved a lot of dirt on the farm but more than that they’ve led to the possibility for all three sons to launch farming careers. It is understandable that the machines hold a special reverence.

With all the work the big girl has done, and the extra work it enabled her sister to do, that has to be right up there as far as good investments go.

What a bargain, I wonder if the original owners regret selling it for parts 😛 It’s always emotional to say goodbye to a good machine, especially one that doesn’t owe you anything, cos I’m sure she worked off her debt and then some.

The short chat ( on camera ) with the new owner, gives us faith that this old work horse will be well taken care of and used properly.It is amazing how the prices of large equipment can be cheaper than smaller equipment. But here in the states the cost to move larger equipment gets very expensive and complicated. We have been looking at excavators for the farm and while a 200 size would do most of the jobs when you see 300 or 400 size for comparable money you really have to consider all the options

Well done Matt, a great interview with Peter , you went to the right man for a few final words on the D11. Well done.Sweet loading Brad, hard to believe how cheap youse got it for.

Must have been less than scrap value, good wishes to tiny2 in her new home.G’day Matt, Brad & Peter,these machines like Tiny 2 are more than a mechanical tool, and they develop a personality for the operators over the period of ownership. I liked Peters comments about delivering more than expected.

Some people are like that too.
I’m glad this dozer is going to a good owner and the young bloke will get to learn from his dad how to enjoy its capabilities. Nice drone shots, thanks Matt.

It is amazing you can transport that D11 Blade and all on Dirt Roads, here in the U.K. would have to remove the Blade & Ripper at least, and have paperwork almost equal to the weight of the D11.Excellent update Matt. Good to see the new owner Andrew. Andrews son looked pretty impressed to be getting a D11.

 

 

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