Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi
Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi

Old Modern Handicrafts Metal Handmade Tin Bulldozer, One Size, Multi

by Old Modern Handicrafts

1776-AR002

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

The first bulldozers were adapted from Holt farm tractors that were used to plow fields. The versatility of tractors in soft ground for logging and road building contributed to the development of the armored tank in World War I. It's 100 percent handmade out of tin that includes intricate amazing details such as exhaust pipe, heavy wide track, heavy metal plate, control cabin, gearsticks, metal engine.etc. Features: - 100 percent handmade out of tin - Handpainted yellow - Heavy metal track and metal blate It's a great item for office decoration or heavy equipment enthusiasts


FEATURES

  • Product Dimensions: 12"L x 7.5"W x 7"H. Product Weight: 2.85 lbs
  • In 1923, farmer James Cummings and draftsman J. Earl McLeod made the first designs for the bulldozer
  • A replica is on display at the city park in Morrowville, Kansas where the two built the first bulldozer Display our bulldozer model in your home or office
  • 100 percent handmade out of tin
  • It's a great item for office decoration or heavy equipment enthusiasts