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I am done restoring BrockwaYs and am liquidating my parts inventory.A nos drivers side 300 series door with keys for lock included with some lite rust.Several battery box covers, doors for 300 &...
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Truck Show – August 10 – 13, 2017AWARDS:Oldest truck – Philip Huntington, Sea Cliff, NY 1923 Brockway Torpedo FiretruckTruck Driven Longest Distance – Bruce Taylor, Rochester...
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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 518 times ]
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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...
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Sallysman,What type are you looking for,I have one for under hood install.Can send pics if needed.Stretch
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Up for sale is a freshly re-cored Brockway radiator. This was from a 1960 257 Brockway. Should also work for 260's. I had the new core installed, cleaned and checked for leaks. All for a total of a...
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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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JoJo and Lou, and their 8V92 powered 361, all the way from Orlando Florida, are the winners of the 2017 Trucker's Choice\ John Potter Memorial award. Thank you to your whole crew and family that...
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First leg of the journey as seen through the windshield of 359.

Brockway Trucks Photo Wins Grand Prize in Photography Contest

The finger lakes, located in central upstate New York, is an area which surrounds 11 glacial lakes. Commonly known their vineyards, the finger lakes region is a popular vacation area. Life in the Fingerlakes is quarterly magazine that promotes the region and focuses on local events and happenings. In 2001, Life in the Fingerlakes started an annual photography contest and this past year featured their 8th Annual contest.

The Grand Prize Winning submission for 2009 was a picture taken during the 10th Annual Brockway Truck Show. The picture was taken in front of the Brockway Museum and features three Brockways with the (tractor museum) in the back ground.

1973 527 Covington Fire Company Ladder Truck

The Brockway Museum Board of Directors would like to thank the Covington Fire Company for the gracious donation of their 1973 Model 527 ladder truck. This truck is one of the first donations the museum has received and the truck was presented at the 10th Annual Brockway Truck Show this past August. 

Up until the summer of 2009, Covington not only had one but two Brockway’s in service. In 1971, the fire company was in the process of restoring a 1966 Model 257 to be used as a tanker. The restoration was three quarters complete when a fire broke out in the fire house and destroyed the truck. To replace the damaged Brockway, Covington ordered a new 361 and fitted it with the tank that was originally intended for the 257. Shortly thereafter, Covington decided to order a 527 and this is where the story gets interesting.

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Covington Twp Fire Company in Daleville, PA donates their 1973 Model 527 Ladder Truck.

Brockway Carriage Donation from Richard Duksa

This Brockway carriage was donated to the museum by Richard Duksa. The buggy was purchased by Rich's grandparents and was used as their going to church and shopping transportation. Joseph and Francis established Oak Bluff farm in Southington, Conn. The farm is still in the Duksa family. A road reconstruction project required the removal of the barn in which the buggy had been stored in for many years. Rich was looking for a new home for the family carriage where it could be preserved and appreciated for years to come. Rich discovered the Brockway Museum project through the web site.

The closest model in the 1900 wholesale catalog seems to be the Concord model #345 which is listed at $55.00.We believe that this buggy is a little older, perhaps mid 1890's. Although a little rough around the edges the carriage is complete and we think it will make a good example of an "as found" Brockway buggy.

10th Annual Brockway Truck Show a Huge Success!

Well it's hard to believe but our 10th Annual Brockway Show has come and gone!  These shows take almost a full year to plan and without everyone's help and participation it would not be the huge success that it was.  This year we had 105 pre-registered trucks with an additional 30 trucks registering at the door, for a grand total of 135, our highest number to date!!!  As usual main street was full of a number of familiar trucks as well as number of fresh trucks.  Walking down Main Street with Brockway's lined on both sides was like waking up on Christmas morning!!!

The weekend kicked off with a Barbecue dinner held at the museum on Friday night, followed by the auction and then finished off with fire works.  Early Saturday morning trucks we lining up at the museum preparing for the parade and by 8:30 the parade was underway.  During the show, entertainment was provided by "Diamond Someday Blueglass Band" followed by the award ceremony at 3:30.

1947 146W to be Auctioned on August 7th!

We have just received word that a Brockway is being donated to the museum. The truck will be featured at the Friday night auction and proceeds from it's sale will be donated to the museum. The truck is a 1947 146W-30-34393 and has the 40B flathead Continental 6 cylinder engine with a 5 speed Fuller transmission and a 2 speed Eaton rear. The truck is fitted with a winch and a boom and has an interesting parascope located in the roof.

The truck was originally located in Connellsville, PA and spent it's life working at a rigging company. Currently the truck has under 60,000 miles on it and is in very good condition.