1972 JCB 3D Mk 11 renovation

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1972 JCB 3D Mk 11 renovation

Post #1 by usedjcbdave » Wed Jan 20, 2010 3:10 pm

Hi all,Just taken images of this JCB 3D MkII backhoe loader,YOM ; 1972.(HTU 952K-Originally registered in Cheshire-by Gunn JCB ?) It was renovated originally by the JCB Factory and presented to a Midlands train preservation society.It has now moved on and will be completed with the proper fitment of an original cab/door etc.
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Re: 1972 JCB 3D Mk 11 renovation

Post #2 by Martyn Henley » Wed Jan 20, 2010 4:21 pm

Interesting machine David ... looks like a complete history of the 3D ... mk1 dipper, boom is an early mk2, mk1 mudguard superstructure, early mk2 or 1975 loading arms, and a mk3 cab :dizzy:


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Re: 1972 JCB 3D Mk 11 renovation

Post #3 by newjcb123uk » Wed Jan 20, 2010 7:43 pm

My thoughts exactly Martyn - note the lack of Hydra clamps and that boom - well I never - looks almost prototype :eh:
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