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Old 31-12-2009, 08:31 PM
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some pics of the kockums at work
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Old 31-12-2009, 08:36 PM
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Small pic of Fordson Major with early Hudson Leedsall dumper. Hitched like the Shawnee Poole, but without the gooseneck.

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Old 31-12-2009, 08:54 PM
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thats great dave thanks, i will post some pics of mine
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Here's another Kockums. This one was traded in to Brown Plant against a Moxy about 23 years ago.

I thought the swing-out tanks on either side of the engine was clever.

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First pics are Athey PR621's...they also made them for DW21's, PR619s, and PR631's. There may be others, I just saw a post somewhere about these last month.
http://www.acmocbb.org/ACMOC_BB/showthread.php?t=8111 Found it!

There are some on Machinerytrader.com at the moment.
Athey made some big bottom dump trailers too, as well as other attachments. Google "Athey Wagons" and get ready to see some interesting oil well fire fighting rigs, like used in the movie "Hellfighters". Neat stuff.

Here ya' are, I did it for your viewing pleasure.
http://images.google.com/images?hl=e...&aq=f&oq=&aqi=
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not so rare but of a vintage ,the priestman looks very modern
are they still going bodmans ?
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Graham, Alan Bodman Died in the early 90's. His son ran the trucks for a while and then sold them all off. They had a tool hire firm in Didcot, he may still run that. We had five of his old Volvo's on hire for a while in 93/4.
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diggerhayne or d4c24a do you still not know what happened to those Athey PR-621s. I am looking for parts for one. If any one happens to know where one might be parted out please let me know.

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diggerhayne or d4c24a do you still not know what happened to those Athey PR-621s. I am looking for parts for one. If any one happens to know where one might be parted out please let me know.

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as far as i know they will still be parked at aldershot ,i will try and find out
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Grand Master Architect:

Take some more pictures if you can. Also, could you get some contact information.

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