First today, a nice John Deere 9660STS. When I was in school, I had to formulate a report on a historical figure, and I chose Mr. Deere himself. Very interesting history.
Next, a couple of rough terrain forklifts for Sunbelt Rentals, who are headquartered in Fort Mill, SC.
The left one is a Case 588G and the right a JCB 930. Many years ago, our shop took an old farm tractor (no idea what kind, IH maybe?) and converted it into a rough terrain forklift - complete with custom weight box on the rear (originally the front) made from welded steel plates and filled with concrete and jury-rigged "reversed" controls. I never had the pleasure of running it, though did ride along a few times.
Still have the old thing, too, though it hasn't run in about 10 years.
A fascinating irrigation system.
I know nothing about these, but presume the wheels are possibly electrically driven - motors on each wheel?
Another John Deere, this one sadly relegated to a flower stand.
And an unknown...
I believe I caught this in WV or VA, and assume it belongs to whichever states government, but as far as I can tell, all identifying marks have been eradicated.