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 (8226-cubic-centimeter), 850-horsepower (634-kW) 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 (30.5 meters 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 (8226-cubic-centimeter), 850-horsepower (634-kW) Chevy engine.
With its Ditch Witch 910 digging attachment, Super Witch VII can dig 100 feet per minute (30.5 meters 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.