Allmand Celebrates 75 Years By Restoring 1979 Light Tower
The search for the oldest operating Allmand light tower is over.
Sat March 08, 2014 - West Edition Construction Equipment Guide
The light tower was first owned by Westmorland Coal. It has been in Hotchkiss’s rental fleet for 11 years.
The search for the oldest operating Allmand light tower is over — The Allmand 75th Anniversary Special Diamond Edition Night-Lite PRO II light tower was traded to Hotchkiss Rentals in Hotchkiss, Colo. Dan and Sue Stucker, the owners of Hotchkiss Rentals, traded in a 1979 square-top Maxi-Lite light tower. The light tower was first owned by Westmorland Coal. It has been in Hotchkiss’s rental fleet for 11 years. The Maxi-Lite will be refurbished and placed at Allmand Bros. Inc.
(L-R) are Dan Stucker, Brad Allmand, Eric Scott, Sue Stucker and Evan Rue.
For more information, call 800/562-1373 or visit www.allmand.com.
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