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Terex 33-19 Titan dump truck

This giant of the dump truck world was developed and constructed by General Motors Terex division in London, Ontario, Canada during 1973, and is shown here in a promotional photo with a Chevy LUV compact pickup parked in the dump bed. This 350 ton monster truck remained in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s largest dump truck for some 25 years, until it was finally eclipsed by Caterpillars 360 ton capacity 797 models in the late ’90s. The giant machine was powered by a General Motors 16 cylinder 1645E4 diesel engine, which was rated at 3,300 flywheel horsepower and used diesel-electric drive technology, similar to that used in railway locomotives.

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