The mother of all plows

December 1992
Yankee;Dec92, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p34
Describes the Monster Plow, used in Fort Fairfield, Maine. What it looks like; Width of path it clears; Weight of tire chains on each rear wheel; Miles per gallon of diesel fuel; More.


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