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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

10th Annual National Brockway Truck Show

Sat, 08/08/2009 -
5:00am to 4:00pm

It's hard to believe, but it was 10 years ago that we had the first annual Brockway Truck Show! So you'll want to mark your calendar to attend the 10th Annual National Brockway Truck Show. If you have any interest in Brockway's at all, and can only attend one show, this is the one. You will not be disappointed!

The 10th Annual Show will be held on August 8 and 9 this year. This year we made a few changes, so please check out the updated schedule below:

The show kicks off with a pre-show barbeque fundraiser which will be held on Friday night from 5 - 8 right at the Museum. This is a good chance have a great meal and check out the progress on the Museum. Please keep in mind the barbeque is prepay. All proceeds go to the Brockway National Museum Fund. Click here for more information.

John Potter's Pancakes Raised $3,256 for the Children's Room

John Potter Jr. ate 12 pancakes during the Pancake Eating Contest held at the 39th Annual Maple Festival in Marathon on Saturday, March 28.

John raised $3,256 for the Children's Room in the Brockway section of the Central New York Living History Center. That averages out to $271.00 per pancake. Darn good pancakes !!

Pancake Eating at Maple Festival to Support Museum Complex

John Potter Jr. is entering the Maple Festival Pancake Eating Contest for the Museum Complex on Saturday, March 28 in Marathon, NY. He is asking for pledges per pancake or a flat donation.

If you would like to support this project please mail you pledge or payment to HCCA, P.O. Box 162, Homer, NY, 13077 (check should be made out to HCCA).

9th Annual Brockway Truck Show Huge Success

The 9th Annual National Brockway Truck Show was a huge success! 103 pieces of Brockway history traveled the parade route to Main Street in Downtown Cortland, NY under the watchful care of the Cortland County Sheriff's Department and the Cortland City Police Department. Two live husky dogs owned by Frank Mitchell of Syracuse helped with the escort. The weather cooperated and gave us a most enjoyable day. The ever popular Brockway Exhibit by the Cortland County Historical Society was kept busy with hundreds of interested visitors.