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Dacia, Renault's low-cost brand, has launched a one-off Duster Ambulance with caterpillar tracks in Romania.
According to eyewitnesses, the deceased were protesting against the town administration for tearing down their livelihoods stood dangerously close to rear of the excavator when it suddenly moved backwards crushing them under its iron caterpillar tracks.
As their caterpillar tracks roll over the blasted landscape, they're called on to take towns, rescue Allied soldiers and neutralise the remaining Germans in their formidable Tiger tanks.
As their caterpillar tracks roll over the blasted landscape, they're called on to take towns, rescue Allied soldiers and soldiers and A neutralise the remaining Germans in their formidable Tiger tanks.
The Iguana 29 is a new take on amphibious vehicles, using retractable caterpillar tracks to deliver a surefooted drive across extreme terrain at up to 8 km/h (5 mph) while on water it is quick to plane and has 35 knot speed.
6x6 technology: to the ends of the earth - and beyond A look at the key data of the G 63 AMG 6x6 makes it clear that this model's off-road world begins at a point where anything less than a vehicle with caterpillar tracks would have to capitulate.
The phone signal is received by three sensors in the luggage, a microprocessor driving two caterpillar tracks that power the suitcase along.
Rhomboid-shaped vehicles, with caterpillar tracks, were used by the Allies at the Battle of the Somme, announcing the potential of this new weapon, albeit to limited effect.
The firms will also introduce an amphibious yacht equipped with caterpillar tracks and wheels.
The latest vehicle, which is equipped with caterpillar tracks designed to prevent it from sinking in the mud, became stuck fast during a test drive.
The British one - which has a mundane number to identify it, rather than a proud name like the Snarling Bulldog - has proper caterpillar tracks on it and tends to upset the local constabulary when taken on shopping trips, but the Soviet one has puncture-proof tyres and will soon be pressed into service as a taxi for partygoers bored with the stretch-limo experience.
The little caterpillar tracks from title page to the start of the story set the pattern for little people to read from left to right, and turn the page to see what will happen next.
Four individual motors and one battery box work together to enable the Bulldozer to drive, turn on the spot through 360 degrees, operate the blade/ ripper position and working piston engine and move the vehicle around on realistic caterpillar tracks.
Orphaned Tom, age 15, is a lowly Apprentice Historian (Third Class) who lives in London as it roars around on huge caterpillar tracks. His idol is the Head Historian and famous archeologist, Thaddeus Valentine; it doesn't hurt that Valentine has a beautiful young daughter, Katherine.