Watch: Dig in to mine work with this film featuring the Michigan Dozer
Learn "How to become an Expert" at operating Clark Equipment Company's Michgan Dozer in this fascinating archival footage from the early 1960s. This wheeled bulldozer plied its trade in mining operations for quite some time. This is a fascinating look at a machine we just don't see around these days.
And, if you're wondering what happened to Clark Equipment, most of the business was purchased by Ingersoll Rand in 1995, and then in 2007 was part of the same deal that saw Doosan purchase Bobcat and other construction holdings of Ingersoll Rand. What remains is the Clark Material Handling Company, which continues to build forklifts today.
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