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Dennis said I could have this truck if I came and got it.  I have to do that.  It looks a lot worse though  

Mike. 

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On March 12, 2019 at 10:05 AM, j hancock said:

An old Brockway warrior for Ralph G. Smith Transportation Co.  Picture of #114 at Yaworski's in 2004.

Brockway Smith 114  2004 Yaworski (2).jpg

Love the stance and look of it.    It does look on the rough side, but it would definatly look really good on the road.  

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16 hours ago, yarnall said:

Dennis said I could have this truck if I came and got it.  I have to do that.  It looks a lot worse though  

Mike. 

Pack a lunch and come on up!  It would look good with the other Smith's trucks. 

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First big truck I ever rode in was a Brockway like that! 250 Cummins 15 speed "bogie" Lake Shore Transportation out of the Pittsburg terminal.

Me too my uncle hadda whole fleet first ride somewhere around 1960...bob


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Super clean 1975 Brockway F761LL.  Born with a 1674 CAT for power.

1975 Brockway F761LL (2).jpg

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My 57 B-61 had a belt drive Page&Page axle but it was gone when I got the truck. The brackets were still there but everything else was gone.

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1976 Brockway utilizing a 3408 CAT motor.

1976 Brockway Tack 1 (2) 2014 Cortland.JPG

1976 Brockway Tack 2 (2) 2014 Cortland.JPG

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