11 Monsters of the Epoch – Forced Invention

Monsters of the Epoch – Forced Invention

Posted on November 17, 2009 by

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11 Responses to “Monsters of the Epoch – Forced Invention”

  1. too much vodka says:


  2. DougW says:

    interesting. They use things like that in the U.S. too. Especially when the factory floor or yard does not have space for a large tractor or truck.

  3. BAU-BAU says:

    And also in Romania HAHAHAHAHAH

  4. Tovarich Volk says:

    So where’s the photo of the ZiL Limo ‘Cherubashka’? :(

  5. Mike Tamblyn says:

    How fast can those tank-tread mini-trucks
    drive on an average-grade cement street?

  6. Musa says:

    Too bad there aren’t more of them driven around today. :(

  7. Charlie Greene says:

    I live in The state of Maine in the US. We have an old saying here “use it, wear it out, repair it, then save the parts for something else.” looking at those “cute monsters” is like the skidders we use here. no two alike but they get the job done. So ugly they are Beautiful. Thanks for the great site and sharing what we would miss otherwise.

  8. evan says:

    hey i live in maine too. cumberland.

  9. BeardedFinn says:

    They used to make these in Sweden too for agricultural purposes, they were registered as EPA-traktor or A-traktor for road use too at 30km/h. Nowadays they exist as vehicles for the younger swedes since they are allowed to drive a tractor at 16 years age but they of course pimp them up to look good. Popular a-traktors are Volvo PV and Volvo 142/244. A couple of examples of modern(ish) a-traktors: Volvo PV and Volvo 960

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