The Exhibit Sunburst Digger is the only digger model ever made to have had lighted panels on the lower cabinet corners and the upper header area. It is more commonly referred to as the “Light-up” digger because of this unique, jukebox style, feature. It is further unique in style due to oversize cabinetry and elaborate inlay veneer work. The crane boom itself is more massive than other diggers. A few of these models may have been produced just prior to the start of World War 2, but it is believed that most were manufactured following the war and prior to the Johnson Interstate Transportation Act of 1951.