SOLD – 1988 Diesel F600 with Sterling Post Pounder
This 1988 Diesel F600 with Sterling Post Pounder is one of the cleanest and best-maintained guardrail pounder trucks we’ve seen here on Traffic Circle. It’s priced to sell and make you money. This truck will not last long. Give Tom a call asap to make this truck yours.
Priced to Sell at $16,500.00
- 75000 miles on truck
- Pounder in good condition little use 3100 hrs.
- Ford gas engine 4cylinder
- Formerly State Owned and Maintained (excellent condition)
- No remote drive
- No Auger
- 24,000 GVW
Highway guardrail post pounder trucks are the heart of the highway guardrail installation industry.
These trucks and the crews that master them have installed billions of feet of highway guardrail across the country. When it’s time to set life-saving W-Beam and Thrie-Beam barrier to safely re-direct traffic, these machines are the first on the ground. Knocking out DOT to-do lists in Texas, driving it home in the Carolinas, making it happen in Nebraska and cleaning up bids in California.
Guardrail is the workhorse of the US highway
safety barrier story. The used highway guardrail post driver trucks on Traffic Circle take W-beam highway guardrail barrier from a concept into a working reality. Guardrail is hard at work right now – Saving lives all across the nation, every hour, every day, every year.
Traffic Circle keeps materials and equipment like this, working to bring income to owners, for decades.
What makes us happy? When OWNERS (with stagnant surplus) and BUYERS (with increasing demand) – are connected. When pallets, truckloads, or whole units of usable highway safety items get moving – we’ve done our job.
Time after time, products featured here benefit new owners. Idle, surplus items find new homes and new stories.
Traffic Circle Buyers often get stellar deals. Traffic Circle sellers receive cash-flow, pre-positioning them for a better future.
At Traffic Circle, we’re happy when we’ve funded war-chests to open up new, profitable streams of revenue for various contractors.
At Traffic Circle, when asked, ‘What makes you tick?’ THIS is our answer: