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 Post subject: Brockway Pic of the Week 3-19-12
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Here is another interesting from Andy Hill's collection. This one is of a 257 that was heavily modified. The owner raised the cab/hood/grill to fit a 400 in it (I'm guessing a Cummins?) Notice the lettering on the hood "400 Huskies"

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Does Andy know where this pic was taken?

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Wow, Thats actually pretty cool. Must not have had enough room for the after cooler.


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awesome looking

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This picture too is at least 15 years old, but this one has survived. It now is painted purple and is a nice working truck. The pulp rack and third axle are gone and it has a large prentice loader mounted on the rear. Perhaps I can get a current photo.


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bigdogz wrote:
This picture too is at least 15 years old, but this one has survived. It now is painted purple and is a nice working truck. The pulp rack and third axle are gone and it has a large prentice loader mounted on the rear. Perhaps I can get a current photo.

Do you know the model of the prentice? Or, does it have its own engine?

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oh jeez dane here we go again.....


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I'm sorry RZ. I know how much You like my 400's. Good engine is all i'm sayin. Say, what ever happened to that guy who had the 400 day cab(s) with the 400's in them?


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dbaldwinjr wrote:
I'm sorry RZ. I know how much You like my 400's. Good engine is all i'm sayin. Say, what ever happened to that guy who had the 400 day cab(s) with the 400's in them?


Dane, one of them was scrapped. The other was sold to a guy in Chenango Bridge, and last I heard, it wound up near Rochester.


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rz761 wrote:
oh jeez dane here we go again.....


RZ, not everyone feels that 220 horse is enough


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" not everyone feels that 220 horse is enough"

That's why they made 903's, right Stubby!

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Huskiedrive361 wrote:
" not everyone feels that 220 horse is enough"

That's why they made 903's, right Stubby!


Couldn't have said it better myself Stan!


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