Quiz: Can You Identify This Caterpillar Equipment from an Image?
Can You Identify This Caterpillar Equipment from an Image?
By: Robin Tyler
Image: Caterpillar

About This Quiz

Without a doubt, Caterpillar is one of the most recognized names when it comes to heavy machinery worldwide. The company now has a range of products that are used on construction sites, in demolitions and in mining among other heavy industries.

Caterpillar not only makes quality equipment that does the job, it has a rich history that helps prove its status as one of the best heavy machinery makers in the world. 

The Caterpillar Tractor Company was formed in 1925 after a merger between Holt Manufacturing and the C.L. Best Tractor Company. By 1948, Caterpillar had opened their first dealership and more soon followed. 

Caterpillar machines have been used in the construction of some great American landmarks like the Golden Gate bridge, the Grand Coulee Dam and the Mississippi levee. 

Caterpillar also contributed 51,000 tractors to the American war effort in World War II. 

Today, Caterpillar offers just about any heavy machine that you could wish to have. These include off-highway trucks, motor graders, bulldozers of varying sizes, pipe layers, track loaders, drills, excavators, compactors and many more.

The question is, would you be able to identify these various machines from just a screenshot?

Well, if you think you can, take the test and we will see!

Good luck!

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