10 Remarkable Mini Trucks and Mini Tractors

10 Remarkable Mini Trucks and Mini Tractors


Number Ten Carter Brothers Monster-Truck Go-Cart These go-karts are not your
run-of-the-mill go-karts. They’re featured in different styles such as
Bigfoots Grave Digger, or just a solid paint color. They have many awesome
features such as electric start, working lights, and live axle two-wheel drive.
Getting one of these go-karts is going to set you back a pretty penny as you
can find some for sale around the five thousand dollar mark, and mint condition
ones can catch up to twelve thousand dollars. I don’t know about you but I
wouldn’t mind using this for my commute to work. Number Nine Magna Track RS1000
Mini Dozer This mini dozer is the perfect fit for your compact and cost-friendly tractor needs. This RS 1000 is about the size of an ATV. This little
bulldozer is surprisingly powerful for its size able to push, pull, and haul
things twice its size and weight, at the same time as being able to fit into a
truck bed.This tractors dual lever operated track system makes for a very
intuitive experience. It has a very wide assortment of attachments including the
dozer blade, the material bucket, and the backhoe. Okay, we’re going to level with
you. We think this dozer is pretty awesome. Number Eight Mini Jeep These mini jeeps are absolutely awesome. Featuring a 125cc engine that sends
power through a three-speed transmission to the back wheels via chain drive. They
also, feature disc brakes and rack and pinion steering system. These jeeps are
offered in a variety of colors including army green, red, and camo. They’re designed
to be rugged being able to tackle rough terrain and light-water treading. I
wonder if anyone has ever ran from a mini t-rex in one of these? Number Seven Custom Wooden Mini Tractor This fully functional mini tractor operates the
same as its full-size counterpart. It features real coil-over suspension, disc
brakes, a carbureted two-stroke engine, turnkey ignition, and a sequential
gearbox. Not to mention, a handcrafted wood paneling, to cover all of its
components. I wonder if the crops got plowed in the time it took to build this
custom mini monster. Number Six Little Big Rigs Little Big Rigs is a company based out of Nashville, Tennessee, that specializes in taking
ordinary trucks and turning them into handmade little big rigs. The company has
two separate models that they build, called Little Pete, and Little Kenny. They
also build them to different specs, depending on whether you want a
diesel-powered hauler, or a 1,000 horsepower beast that hauls. One of the
more unique things about this company is that not only is it family-owned and run,
it is the women of the family that do all the building. Number Five Maytag Tractor
Newton jr. This Maytag Newton jr. tractor may look like something that you
can go down to the store and buy, but this beautiful contraption is completely
hand-built, and features a three quarter horsepower kick-start, washing machine
engine. Yes, you heard me right, a washing machine engine. This little three-speed
seems like it would be a lot of fun to cruise a neighborhood with. Number Four Pacific Northwest Truck
Museum Mini Freightliner This Freightliner was built by Ken Self
after his retirement in the mid-’60s for the Pacific Northwest Truck Museum. It is
completely hand-built, including the flatbed trailer, and is a perfect 2/3
scale of the freight liner model 8-1-64C and is completely fully functioning
powered by a humans diesel engine. Which sends power to two of the three axles
allowing it to pull a real load, a real small load. Number Three The Lanz Bulldog The Lanz
Bulldog was a tractor manufactured by Heinrich Lanz AG. Production started in
1921 and various versions of the bulldog were produced up to 1960. The bulldog was
a simple and easily maintained vehicle. Due primarily to its simple, single
cylinder, horizontal, two-stroke, hot bulb engine. Meaning it could be run off of
almost any liquid fuel. As you can see here some enthusiasts with some massive
skills have built many versions of this once used tractor. Number Two The Micro Monster This little monster boasts the title of being the world’s smallest,
jet-powered, monster truck. The jet engine was designed to be lightweight, weighing
just 60 pounds, but has a very impressive output of 160 pounds of thrust. When the
truck is full of fuel it weighs a skinny 700 pounds. With that combination you
know it’s gonna be a fun ride. Please fasten your seat belts. It’s about to get
crazy. Number One Hornsby Chain Track Tractor This absolutely beautiful masterpiece is a mini, fully working replica, of a
Hornsby chain track tractor. Which was used to haul 80 ton loads of coal during
the gold rush in Canada. This amazing mini tractor is equipped with a rubber
track shoe, and a true mini coal burning steam engine. As you can see, people have
even attached seats to the back, so they can ride along. I’m sure these mini
tractors can’t haul 80 tons, but I bet they’re tons of fun. Hey, guys, this is
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