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was manufactured between 1985 and 1987.
We're not sure of the year,
but we can attest to the fact
that it's still in excellent working order.
With its 2"-4 1/2" bore diameter
and 50' drill depth,
this drill is suited for
highway construction and maintenance,
and drilling for the placement of dynamite.
It features a dust catcher,
open control area and hydrostatic drive.
Its rebuilt 8 cylinder four stroke
CAT 3208 engine (with only 33 hours)
provides plenty of power,
and its 15" track shoes
are still in good shape.
This machine also features sister controls
at a forward operating point.
As you can see from the photos,
the machine has been lovingly maintained,
from the paint job
to the hoses in pristine condition.
The only way you'd find a machine in better shape
is to buy it new.
Gardner Denver has gone public,
been acquired, been spun off,
and gone public yet again.
Like their equipment,
it seems that the company
just can't be kept down.
This directional drill is a capable piece
that's served its owner long and well,
an enduring testament to the quality
with which it was built,
and to the Gardner Denver name.
Call today for further information,
or to see this piece for yourself.
went into business making governors for steam engines in 1859.
By the dawn of the 20th Century
the company would also offer boiler pumps
that would see use in oil and gas drilling.
Gardner mud pumps would contribute mightily
to the first Texas oil boom.
Early success with Gardner Governors by the Denver Rock Drill Company
led to a merger of the two companies in 1927,
creating a powerhouse manufacturer
of portable air compressors,
drills, and other equipment
used by the mining and construction industries.
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