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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by wanabe, May 10, 2008.
Pics of my of my old 690 ELC that I repainted a little while back.
I think it is good to try and keep things looking good even if they are older machines.
Give the company a better image,even if it doesn't make the machine run better and when you start working them they will get scratched and dirty again
I see you have 200 LC decals on it
That looks nice. I always feel that keeping good paint on a machine makes the company stand out as a company that cares about it's machines and cares about the job. Scratches are going to happen and they add character to a machine but when rust starts to take over then it is time to re paint.
Not bad. Good choice in colors, I personally like the new paint job on the C models a lot so that's neat that you did that with yours even though it's a tad older.
That looks sharp!!
Man makes me want to paint my 690. How many hours you got on it ? Our has 12900 hrs and the motor or pumps haven't been touched yet. The pumps could use a tune up though. Hope the new machine will work as good as the old 690
Nice job on the paint looks good.
Id almost take one like that over a new one, sweet looking setup
I like the paint, not feeling the 200CLC decals on a 690 though.
X2, I think it just doesn't quite work since it looks nothing like a 200C LC...looks like a 690.