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15 April 2008

Mustang Manufacturing has added a seventh telehandler to its range. The new 842 model is a 42 foot lift height, 8000 pound capacity model and, said the company, offers customers “looking for a four–story machine a little extra reach at a lower price point than the machine's big brother, the 844.” It will share the boom design of Mustang's larger Deluxe series – models 944 and 1155 – and will be able to operate with a work platform attachment. “It's perfect for the small contractor and makes a great product for rental–house fleets,” said Doug Snorek, Mustang's marketing manager.

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