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in Brockway Repairs and Restoration Help
thank you , will save old windshield in case i ever get to the 260
in Brockway Repairs and Restoration Help
If it's the three piece windshield with the curved corner glass, both the 200 and 300 series are identical.
in Brockway Repairs and Restoration Help
I have a nice set of fenders and a hood from a '54 148W for sale. They are very restorable and much better than I started with for my 155W.Sorry, no pics at this time. PM for details.Tom
in Brockway Trucks Discussion
Tom, to my knowledge there is no hard date for the end of the use of doors with smaller windows and no vents. The doors with the larger glass and vent windows (including the type A and B doors) were...
in Brockways for Sale
Too bad this truck isn't farther north. It is a 154WH, and few of them have survived in the northeast. This one has a later model all steel cab grafted onto it (not all that well) but the front end...
in Brockway Repairs and Restoration Help
Sallysman,What type are you looking for,I have one for under hood install.Can send pics if needed.Stretch
in Brockway Trucks Discussion
In an effort to keep up the pace, here is a rerun. The little 358 looks great in black and white also.Attachments IMG_0618.JPG [ 2.21 MiB | Viewed 414 times ]
in Brockways for Sale
1964 Brockway wrecker, conventional cab, Cummins NHC-250 diesel, Fuller Road Ranger RT-915 with deep reduction auxiliary, Weld-Built crane with two Braden 50 ton winches. Booms will separate for...
in Brockway Trucks Discussion
I put a vid on YouTube so you can see it. Tried to post here but only loads halfway and cuts out. Sorry
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Love the sound

16th Annual National Brockway Truck Show - Wrap Up

THE 16TH ANNUAL NATIONAL BROCKWAY TRUCK SHOW has been added to the archives of the annual Brockway weekend in Cortland, New York   A “huge thank you” to our major sponsors:  Suit-Kote, Cortland, NY; Rick & Rich Towing, Homer, NY; Syracusa Sand & Gravel, Victor, NY; CNY Living History Center, Cortland, NY;  Root Brothers Farms, Albion, NY; Peter and Susan Grimm; Homer, NY; Grimm Building Materials, Green Island, NY  and supporting sponsor:  Bob and Shirley Randolph.

 

15th Annual National Brockway Truck Show - August 7-10, 2014

Fri, 08/08/2014 (All day)

 

Beginning on Thursday, August 7th, the 15th year of our Brockway Truck Show starts off with the “huskie drive”.  Although plans have not been finalized as yet be sure to watch the Brockway website for all the details.  A new addition to this year’s Show will be a wine tasting, also on Thursday, August 7, anticipated time from 4 to 6 p.m.

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The CNY Living History Museum, home to the Brockway museum, is part of a contest where the grand prize is to win a commercial that will be aired during the next Super Bowl!  Please show your support by voting!  The contest is sponsrored by Intuit Small Business / Big Game.  Click below for more details!!!