The Super Witch
The Super Witch® has been an underground construction phenomenon since it first amazed spectators in 1978. Through the years, it’s gotten bigger, better, tougher, and meaner—all leading up to this: Super Witch VII. This tricked-out, souped-up Ditch Witch RT95 packs the punch of a 502-cubic-inch, 850-horsepower Chevy engine under its sleek new hood. It draws crowds at trade shows around the country doing wheelies, accelerating like a racecar and stopping and turning on a dime. With its Ditch Witch 910 digging attachment, Super Witch VII can dig 100 feet per minute, proving once again…there’s only one monster mean enough to be called The Super Witch.
- The first Super Witch debuted in 1978 and was followed by Super Witch II (1982), Super Witch III (1990), Super Witch IV (1996), Super Witch V (2005), Super Witch VI (2006), and Super Witch VII (2013).
- Super Witch VII is a tricked-out, souped-up Ditch Witch RT95 and contains a 502-cubic-inch, 850-horsepower Chevy engine.
- With its Ditch Witch 910 digging attachment, Super Witch VII can dig 100 feet per minute.
- A die-cast scale model replica of Super Witch V was manufactured by Norscot Scale Models and sold on Ditch Witch’s online store.
- Super Witch VI is the smallest of the Super Witches due to it being build as a souped-up, remote-controlled, mini skid steer.