@pip-bip I still cringe about passing up a new old stock looking 80s BMX at a yard sale maybe 20 years ago. I think it was just a relatively common Redline, but it looked unused, and was $50. Ugh. I am of the demographic who was into these back in the day.
@silentbutnotreallydeadly I don't think that the Cobra paint job is that bad, but the hardtop doesn't look right on it. I would also crash it, but that's only because I'm not that good of a driver. Put me on a track in a car with that much power and no electronic aids and I'm going into the wall before completing the first lap.
Dang. It took half an article to finally get to the elephant in the room - what does it do?
Built by John Deere, the 430C Crawler was later sent to a fabricator, where it was outfitted with a Hi-Crop Track System. With the attachment in tow, the Crawler was ready for use. Its job was to ride over small trees, which would cause the hydraulic three-point to send the spade into the ground and eject the trees’ roots from the earth. This machine made early landscaping a quicker and simpler process, as the 430C was able to do the work of numerous men. With the help of this Crawler, landscapers were able to uproot forestry faster, making the transporting, selling and replanting processes a bit more efficient.