Posts Tagged ‘Backhoe’

Backhoe on Fell Street: If You Want to Drive Around on City Streets without a License Plate, Get Yourself Some Excavating Equipment

Friday, December 26th, 2014

I guess backhoe operators don’t rob too many banks, so nobody needs to worry about ever trying to read their license plates…

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On It Goes…

Driving an Earth Mover to Work on the Streets of San Francisco – A 25 MPH Backhoe on Fell Street – Can This Be Legal?

Wednesday, October 22nd, 2014

As seen on Fell Street

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(Did the driver flip off the DMV as he whizzed by, you know, screaming, “Stick It To The Man?” He seems to lack respect for authoritah.)

In any event, this backhoe (aka rear actor and back actor – Gentle Reader, please don’t punch any of these terms into the Urban Dictionary, perish the thought) seemed to be keeping up with traffic…

Construction Time Again: Giant Yellow Komatsu Backhoe vs. Defunct Building in the Corrupt Twitterloin – Guess Who Wins

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

So who’s profiting from this scene on Golden Gate Avenue? I don’t know, could it be Willie Brown or Rose Pak or Randy Shaw or some corrupt non-profit?

Something like that, I suspect. But I don’t know the deets.

Nevertheless, a clear victory for Komatsu:

All right, well, I just dug up some deets.

SocketSite has something on 121 Golden Gate Avenue that shows a bizarre proposal from 2010:

Yish.

But, upon further review, it looks like we’re going from this:

To this:

Anyway, good-bye 121 Golden Gate. You made it to 90 years old, which is pretty good, all things considered.