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I have three 855 Cummins heads that came off a turbocharged 250 small cam Cummins. They were new premium heads from Cummins and were removed after about 20,000 miles. Never overheated, just removed...
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Mack auction Aug 19 @ 1000, 1492 Old Concord Rd. Henniker, NH. Lots of old Macks and one Brockway. Looks like a 147 but didn't get to vin tag. Body and frame look good. Cylinder head in front...
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Thank you for posting the pictures. We missed your updates on the 155 and glad it went well.
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Very nice!
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Here's a pic I found online last year. It's probably a late 40's / early 50's or so Brockway operated by Greyvan Lines. It's interesting in that you can tell its a sleeper cab but you can't see the...
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That's what happens when you show up late! .... And you run out of film. Stretch
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Shelby, your list looks good. I don't think any amount of research will give us a 100% complete idea of what Brockway's model prefix and suffix letters meant. But it is great that you are working on...
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Awesome! Thanks for this!!!!
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thank you , will save old windshield in case i ever get to the 260

2nd Annual Clambake

Many of you may remember or have heard about the famous clambake that Brockway held every year in Cortland. After the succuess of last years clam bake, the BTPA board of directors has decided to host the 2nd annual clambake on July 20th at the museum.  This year will feature many improvements over last years event and we're sure a good time will be had by all.  Please click on the 'event' on the left hand side of the page for more info (and enjoy a vintage pic from the 1965 Clambake held at the Holiday Inn!!!)

14th Annual National Brockway Truck Show

Sat, 08/10/2013 (All day)

The big show for the year will be held during August 8th through the 11th.

The 'Huskidrive' will again be held on Thursday with more details to follow.

On Friday the preshow fundraiser will take place from 5:00-8:00 directly followed by the auction. The fireworks will then take place at 9:30.

On Saturday the parade will start at 8:30 and proceed to Main Street. The show will run from 9:00 to 3:30 with the award ceremony held at 3:00. Another dinner will follow the show back at the Museum at 5:00 and will also include the recognition of Brockway former employees.

Another Milestone Accomplished!

ANOTHER MILESTONE HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED IN BRINGING THE BROCKWAYS HOME........       154 Brockway trucks were registered for the 13th Annual National Brockway Truck Show held in August 2012 in Downtown Cortland plus the nine being held hostage at the museum.   Thank you to our corporate sponsors, our supporting sponsors, the truck owners, and all the volunteers who help out in so many different ways.

"The Original" Brockway Truck Clambake

Sat, 06/09/2012 - 11:00am

Join Us In Celebration, 100 Years of Brockway!

We Celebrate the Grand Opening of the Living History Center and the Brockway Truck Exhibit (as well as other displays and vehicles.

  • Family Buffet, Dining Style: No Take Out Available
  • Catered By Jim Neal - Preble Tent and Catering
  • Provider to the Original Brockway Motor Truck Clambake

It's Official!!!

If you have ever had a chance to walk through the museum over the past year, you would notice there was a small poster hanging up that had a list of items required to finish the construction of the museum. Next to each item was a dollar amount associated with it. Although a number of grants had been obtained for such things as lighting improvements, etc., additional funding was still required to make the dream a reality. Well as of this week, it's official... 

Rescued - 30 Tons In One Haul

We'd like to share this newspaper article that was sent to us by Ed Eminson.  

 
FROM THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD THURSDAY 24TH NOVEMBER 1927
 
In a predicament complete…..8½ tons on his 5 ton lorry, sunk almost to differential in soft earth, front axle resting on ground …this driver scarce could have been more hopelessly placed on the 1 in 4 grade between Leura and Katoomba. (100 miles west of Sydney)
 
A steam roller failed to help. Then another heavy lorry and the roller combined were unsuccessful.
 
Finally, a Brockway 4 tonner carrying 7½ tons, effected unaided rescue on first attempt. In reverse, at the lowest of it’s nine speeds, it lifted out the lorry with ease – actually ploughing a foot deep furrow for a space of 20 feet with the latter’s near side, locked front wheel. 

A total pull of 30 tons agreed the transport men standing by. (reliable witnesses confirm the report)

This Brockway is owned by Mr. Wright of Enmore. Recognised by regular drivers as the most powerful truck on the mountain run, it covered a distance of 30,000 miles in the first nine months – the only replacement expenses amounting to 5/- repairs to 10/-. It habitually carries 7 ton loads.