Allis-Chalmers HD16 Bulldozer

The Allis-Chalmers HD16 was a crawler tractor, or bulldozer, produced by the American manufacturer Allis-Chalmers from the 1950s through the 1970s. It was part of the HD series of heavy-duty tractors and was widely used in construction and agricultural applications. The HD16 was typically equipped with a diesel engine.

The power output of the HD16 was generally a powerful machine capable of handling heavy earthmoving tasks. The HD16 was equipped with a large, heavy-duty blade on the front for pushing and moving soil, rocks, or other materials. Crawler tractors like the HD16 had tracks instead of wheels, providing better traction and stability on uneven or soft surfaces. The HD16 was a substantial machine and typically weighed several tons.

This rusty HD16 bulldozer hasn't been driven since the 90's! It was purchased brand new in 1972. Bringing it back to operational condition may be a challenging but not impossible task. It may require significant time, effort, and resources. These smart guys did something amazing! It's very interesting to watch the process of restoring this old bulldozer. They brought the Allis-Chalmers HD16 back to do the job. It was incredibly challenging, fun and so cool! Watch today's video and you will get the answer to the question "Will it start again and push dirt?"