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Nice work Tom! Too bad about the oil leak. I've had it happen on engines I've done and it's always a big let down after the emotional high of a first start up. Glad you've got it fixed. When is the...
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The key to success is in the surface preparation. Make sure to follow all the mfg's recommendations and use all the related products as directed.
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Huskiedrive2 wrote:Jim - I have had some experience using the various 3M products for panel bonding. Modern Freightliner trucks are skinned using this method and the fleet I helped maintain needed...
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Jim - I have had some experience using the various 3M products for panel bonding. Modern Freightliner trucks are skinned using this method and the fleet I helped maintain needed repairs occasionally...
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Tom Thanks for the kind comments,progress has been slow. I have not done anything with the actual corner windows ,just starting to replace the rusted sections that surround them. The frames I...
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The use of the BrockwaY script and logo are copy writed by the BTPA and the sale of any thing using the above requires written approval and a 10% payment to the BTPA
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Nice Brocky!Glad to see someone is enjoying the warmth and sun. Some nice old unaltered trucks at that show.Stretch
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Paul very interesting as Cicioni is one of the major radiator repair shops in our area.With your detailed pictures like they say one picture is worth 1000 words.
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1971 361 on Craigslist. Not a bad looking truck, at a fair price. http://harrisburg.craigslist.org/ctd/5948024716.htmlAttachments brockway in carslile 3000.jpg [ 73.7 KiB | Viewed 714 times ]
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Is this truck still for sale. I would like to buy it

3rd Annual Brockway Spring Fling

Sat, 06/09/2012 - 5:00am

The 3rd annual Brockway Spring Fling will take place on June 9th, 2012 at the Brockway museum site on Route 11 in Cortland starting at 9:00 am. The annual Spring Fling event gives owners and enthusiasts a chance to socialize and talk about their favorite subject, Brockway trucks! Remember to bring your extra Brockway related parts and offer them for sale in the swap meet/flea market area. There is no charge for vendor space. Food will be available, or there is a great deli just down the street.

Sponsors, Sponsors, Sponsors

For the past 12 years the Annual Brockway Truck Show has continually grown and has become a huge success. There are a number of factors that contribute to this success, including people that bring their trucks to the show, the volunteers that assist at the museum, the board members who make sure things happen as well as the various individuals and business that contribute to the effort by way of being ‘sponsors’.

As the 100 year anniversary of Brockway Trucks is approaching along with our 13th Annual show this August, we are once again asking for everyone’s support. Sponsors are recognized with various ads being placed in the annual program book that is printed. Each participant in the show receives a program book in their goody bag and additional copies are available along Main Street during the day of the show. This year’s show will be unique with special events planned to celebrate the 100 year anniversary of Brockway Trucks so we are asking for everyone’s help.

To download a copy of the sponsorship letter below, click here.

Cortland, New York is unique in that it is the only place in the world where Brockway trucks were manufactured. For over half a centure, the influence of the Brockway truck had a major affect on the economy of this community and they were distributed worldwide. Now they are all antiques and are being lovingly restored by loyal Brockway enthusiasts and driven to shows all over the country and abroad.

Ours is the only all-Brockway truck show in existence, and the enthusiasm for "bringing the Brockways home" is overwhelming. Over the past twelve years we have seen trucks from sixteen (16) states, two countries and 45 zip codes outside the Cortland-Homer area. Thousands of spectators come to Main Street, Cortland for one day to reunite with fellow workers and view these classic, spectacular pieces of equipment. This event has grown into multiple days Show with a pre-show barbeque held on Friday evening at the museum. The popular "reunion meal" will once again be held for former Brockway employees and their families. Again this year the parade of Brockway trucks will start from our BROCKWAY MUSEUM site. And once again at this year's Show will be a pancake breakfast on Sunday, August 12, 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the museum. More information about the museum and the Truck Show may be found on our website at www.brockwaytrucks.org.

 

We invite you to become part of this unique event by becoming a sponsor of the 13th Annual National Brockway Truck Show being planned for Thursday thru Sunday, August 9 - 12, 2012. 

 

$1,000 Sponsor

Receives their Company name on the 6000 advertising fliers which are distributed at Truck Stops along Interstate Highways and many other locations throughtout the State; Company name on the banner across Main Street; full page ad in the program book and recognition in all upcoming print and radio advertising.

$500 Sponsor

Receives 1/2 page ad in the book and rcognition in all upcoming print and radio advertising.

$250 Fireworks Sponsor 

NEW THIS YEAR - these sponsors will be listed on a special page in the 2012 Program Book and have the privilege of bringing the spectacular entertainment to the Friday night event.

 

Shirley Randolph, Pres.
Brockway Truck Preservation Assoc.
(607) 423-6885

 

This event is now a part of the Brockway Truck Preservation Association Federal I.D. No. 26-1329102 - 501(C)3 not-for-profit organization. Donations are tax deductible.

 

P.O. Box 333 Cortland, New York 13045 Website: www.brockwaytrucks.org

12th Annual National Brockway Truck Show

Sat, 08/13/2011 -
5:00am to 5:00pm
12th Annual National Brockway Truck Show

With 11 successful shows under our belt we are anxiously getting ready for our 12th show.  Every year the show gets bigger and better and this year is no exception.  This year the show will be held August 11th through the 14th and will also include a handful of new activities.  This year the show will get kicked off one day earlier, Thursday, with a truck cruise to the Bass Pro Shop in Auburn, NY.  This "Huskie Drive" will start at 10:00 at the Museum with a planned arrival at Bass Pro at noon.  Then on Friday a BBQ dinner will be held at the Museum under the pavilion from 5 to 8.  Reservations are required.  The annual auction will start right at 8:00 followed by fireworks at 9:30.  

The 'big day' is on Saturday with a parade from the Museum to Downtown Cortland.  The parade starts at 8:30 with trucks lining up in front of the Museum up to an hour earlier.   Two blocks of Main Street are sectioned off from regular traffic and trucks are parked from one end to the other.  As with years in the past, a Brockway Exhibit will be provided by the Cortland Historical starting at 9:00 followed by the SUNY Iron Pour at 10:00, the Diamond Someday Bluegrass band at 11:00 and awards at 3:00.  A chicken BBQ dinner will be held at the Museum starting at 5:00 which includes Former Brockway Employee Recognition as well.  As with the other dinner, reservations are required and can be made in advance via the contact form posted below. 

2nd Annual Brockway Spring Fling

Sat, 05/21/2011 - 6:00am

Although everyone looks forward to the yearly show in August, it always felt like something was 'missing.' The 12 months between the annual shows almost seems like an eternity, and before you know it the show has come and gone. So last year the Museum decided to test the waters and hold another event earlier in the year and call it the 'Spring Fling'. This one day event would be a time for everyone to get together, visit, catch up, sell, buy or trade parts, and check out the progress on the Museum. Well the event was so successful that they decided to turn it into an annual event!

Just what's so special about a Brockway Truck Show?

A few weeks ago, we received this article from Ed Eminson. For our readers who do not know Ed, he is a loyal Brockway enthusiast who makes the trip to Cortland for the Brockway Truck Show all the way from Australia! His article "tells the story" behind our annual truck shows and we would thought it would be great to share. Thanks Ed!

More after the break.

Brockway Limited Edition Collector Art Prints

The Brockway Museum has commissioned renowned artist Jim Wonderling to create 6 original artworks that will document the history of Brockway's incredible era. This original art will be turned into numbered and signed limited edition collector art prints. Proceeds from these prints will benefit the Brockway Museum.  More details after the break.

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Limited Edition Collector Art Prints Available

 

(Prints by renowned artist Jim Wonderling)