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The After Show

Yesterday we saw the trucks rolling to the show. Today we see them rolling out of the show.

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The 2018 National Brockway Show

As you can, it rained. It rained a lot. But the trucks still came! Over 125 would make their way down main street Cortland and stay all day until the same came out to play.

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Slow Moving Trucks Ahead

Life supposedly moves at a slower pace down south. After watching this video from the 2018 ATHS National Show in Lexington, KY I think you might just agree.

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Autocar Mondays – Good for Another Thirty

Like anyone with a regular commute you probably take the same path home day after day. I am luckier than most as I usually get to see a nice looking Autocar during my drive. No matter the kind of day … Continue reading

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Dodge Trucks – Built To Take It

Wow. Can you imagine doing a jump in a stock 1940’s Dodge Truck with over 5,000 lbs of cast iron blocks rocking and rolling in the back? The human back must have been stronger all those years ago. Join us … Continue reading

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2018 National Brockway Truck Show

The time is almost upon us, the the 19th annual national Brockway Truck show. As you can see from the flyer below the weekend is jammed full of activities for all to enjoy. This year the Huskie Drive will trace … Continue reading

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ESATA 2018

Well, another year has come and gone in which I was unable (or willing) to attend the Empire State Antique Truck Association annual show in Stafford, NY. BUT, as in years past I’ve had people nice enough to fill in … Continue reading

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Autocar Mondays – Autocars of the Corn

There has been much discussion about GMO’s and how they impact the food we eat and the crops we grow. Clearly this farmer has been messing around with Big Agra a little to much as his field has started to … Continue reading

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Diamond T for Me

A few months back when I went on a road trip looking for snow plows. As you can see below I found more than just plows. Check out this late 50’s Diamond-T dump truck that was the first ten wheel … Continue reading

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Angle after Angle

When you bring up the Corbitt name the truck below is not what comes to my mind. Instead, I envision a single axle truck, spoke wheels, gas power and only enough accessories to get the job done. So imagine my … Continue reading

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