Great Southern Construction Equipment Crushes It

Great Southern Construction Equipment recently hosted the Orlando Exotic Car Club as it toured sites in the Orlando area.

Tue August 02, 2016 - Southeast Edition #16
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Great Southern Construction Equipment recently hosted the Orlando Exotic Car Club as it toured sites in the Orlando area.
Great Southern Construction Equipment recently hosted the Orlando Exotic Car Club as it toured sites in the Orlando area.
Great Southern Construction Equipment recently hosted the Orlando Exotic Car Club as it toured sites in the Orlando area. The 30-plus members of the club who attended enjoyed coffee and donuts, a chance to look over the exotic cars including a couple of Rolls Royces, a McLaren, Porsches, Lamborghinis and Ferraris. The main event featured four members of the club using a Kobelco SK350 excavator to crush either a Jaguar or Mercedes Benz. As each car was crushed a Kawasaki-KCM 62Z7 was used to move it out of the way and haul in another car.

Great Southern Construction Equipment recently hosted the Orlando Exotic Car Club as it toured sites in the Orlando area. Great Southern's part in the day was providing equipment to crush four classic cars including Jaguars and a Mercedes Benz. David Willis of Great Southern Construction Equipment was responsible for coordinating the company's part of the event. The 30-plus members of the club who attended enjoyed coffee and donuts, a chance to look over the exotic cars including a couple of Rolls Royces, a McLaren, Porsches, Lamborghinis and Ferraris.

The main event featured four members of the club using a Kobelco SK350 excavator to crush either a Jaguar or Mercedes Benz. As each car was crushed a Kawasaki-KCM 62Z7 was used to move it out of the way and haul in another car. The members thoroughly enjoyed seeing the final resting place for some great cars.

Great Southern Construction Equipment is headquartered in Tampa, Fla., and has branches in Orlando, Jacksonville and Tallahassee. The company also operates in Tampa, Fort Myers and Pompano Beach under the GS Equipment Inc. name.


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