Child digs with a giant remote controlled excavator


Most kids have chores. Sometimes that involves yard work. Raking leaves, mowing the lawn. But digging a trench? God bless the poor kid who has to do that for a measly $10 allowance.

Unless you’re this kid. Then it’s no big deal at all, because you have a massive remote control excavator at your disposal. Then yard work is just fun.

And forget how cool this machine is for the kid. You’re looking at the ultimate DIY project. I dug around but was unable to find out just who these people are and, more importantly, who the awesome parent is behind the engineering of this beautiful lawn-mower-engine-powered beauty.

If you know, let us know in the comments. Otherwise, sit back and enjoy.

Editor’s Note: Wayne Grayson is the online editor for sister magazine Equipment World

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