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Brocky

Pedigreed Bulldog
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About Brocky

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    BMT Certified Know-It-All!
  • Birthday 05/07/1945

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    Male
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    Waterloo, SC

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    Brockway
  • Model
    358
  • Year
    1971
  • Other Trucks
    49 Diamond T 20159 Diamond T 921C55 Ford F-60051 Case VAC57 John Deere 620

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  1. If he has a wife/significant other Outback gift cards work great... Who turns down a good steak dinner??
  2. Almost looks like they took a late 50's Diamond T 921 "China Closet" cabover grille and flattened it out..
  3. Jim You are right on the Oshkosh.. A Walter had the front axle set back further and a more sloping nose..
  4. Most of all the kids before 1965 were taught the respect of authority and themselves!!! With today's lack of discipline at the basic family level, I doubt if anybody will uphold this level of success???
  5. H67 The Bus was parked behind the bathrooms and if I remember the conversation correctly the son of the displayer uses it in his hunting / fishing guide business in either Wyoming or Montana??
  6. Here is some more info on this unit with comments by operator Aaron Benito. http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/146849/Saw-this-posted-elsewhere
  7. Yes!! The early 50's IH's used the Dodge "Pilot House" cab rather than the IH "Compfovision" cab. I am out of picture posting space here, but if you go to this link and scroll thru the Alice Springs and Archie Baines sections you will see a couple. An L and a S model IH with PH cabs. http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/84264/Down-Under-Trip?Keywords=Down Under Trip
  8. Montana is beautiful.. When we went to the Yakima WA ATHS show we ran MT 200 almost all the way across, and after we did Glacier Natl Park on the way home I forget what we ran,, dropped south??
  9. Harry Were those first pictures taken in Ian Lee's shop?? This is what it looked like in August of 2015 when I saw it..
  10. Jim It is NOT the ability to read, it IS the ability to COMPREHEND what they have read!!!
  11. It was great to visit with you and the Redhead again this year. I only too about 80 pictures. This one gives you an idea of the size of just one field.
  12. Jim, Good Question!! That I do not have an answer for.. Eddy Lucast just asked the same question about the Just Old Trucks group picture.. We had it at 10:30 not to conflict with BMT, but apparently several members were on the Mack factory tour.. Several of us are on both sites, so hopefully we can work out something by next year..
  13. Thanks for the photos.. Was there from Thurs noon to Sat PM.. Walked all my old legs could take and then you show me pictures of trucks I did not see.. Thanks again for all your efforts..
  14. Your green machine is actually one big A$$ rototiller!!! When the state rebuilt our road they spread about 6 inches of dry cement on top of the asphalt then rototilled it into the existing asphalt with a water truck attached to it.. then a second one followed it doing the same thing.. probably down to about 18 inches, followed by a heavy vibrating roller creating a new base for the roadway.
  15. I would say Friday even thou a few more trucks come in Sat morning there is also a big exodus that starts about 3 PM on Saturday.. Sorta 6 of one and Half a dozen the other??
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