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WASTE RECYCLING


PLANTWORX 2019 to take a trip down memory lane with a Working Classic Plant display


 1968 Ford 13-6 Auto-Dig Wheeled Backhoe


PLANTWORX Construction Machinery Exhibition (11 - 13 June 2019 at the East of England Arena, Peterborough) will be digging up the past and paying tribute to classic plant machinery in a dedicated arena at the show.


In the outdoor event arena, visitors will be able to take a step back in time and revisit the kit that inspired modern day machines with Plantworx’s very fi rst ‘working’ Classic Plant display.


Plantworx’s Marketing Manager, Jeff Schofi eld, said: “We are all rightly proud of our industry’s heritage and history. The Plantworx team is very much looking forward to paying tribute to these machines at this year’s event. ”


The exhibition will be fully operational and visitors will be able to enjoy working displays from these iconic classics. The arena will feature an interesting variety of equipment including vintage dumptrucks, excavators and loading shovels, which brings together a rich mix of key machines that vintage plant enthusiasts will recognise.


Keen classic plant enthusiasts Dehane Rhodes and his son Will Rhodes, from Bridgwater Somerset, whose machines feature regularly in classic plant magazines and vintage plant exhibitions, have confi rmed that they will be bringing three of their working classic machines to Plantworx.


22 SHWM February, 2019


The machines that Will and Dehane will be showing are:


● a 1982 International TD-15C, which is a diesel engine crawler tractor built by the International Harvester company in the USA;


● a 1979 International 100B series 2 ‘Drott’ crawler loader; and


● a 1968 Ford 13-6 Auto-Dig Wheeled Backhoe


Will said: “I think it’s a really good idea to show visitors not only the very latest technology in machinery but also to show where these modern-day machines originated from. It was these machines that helped build our motorways and much of the infrastructure we see today.”


The Plantworx team is keen visitors get to see as many classic machines from as far across the construction spectrum as possible. So, they are inviting vintage plant enthusiasts, manufacturers and owners who have ‘working’ classic machines they would like to showcase at Plantworx 2019, to get in touch and submit their entry.


www.plantworx.co.uk


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