I’m sure on that fateful day in 1977 when the Brockway Truck factory was closed for good few dared to dream that 41 years later the name would not be lost to the pages of time. The idea that someday a museum would be in place just down the road in Homer would have been worth no more than a sarcastic laugh. Through the tireless dedication of many over the years the Brockway name is still with us and actively preserved. Each year this small but robust group helps push the name of Brockway one more year down the road. It’s quite amazing when you ponder it. I can think of few big name truck builders that are no longer with us that have only a fraction of their history preserved and remembered like that of the trucks from Huskie Town U.S.A.
That being said you stop on by and see the latest crop of trucks that comprise the class of 2018.
A crown Vic pulling these things! I thought you needed a 3500 dually to pull anything…..
A 3500 at the very least. Probably should have a pintle hook and a goose neck setup to be safe.
I made it to the Brockway Museum at the Central New York Living History Center today for the first time. What a great collection! If you are in the Cortland NY area be sure to stop by.