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Category Archives: Lost and Found
Somewhere on the backroads of Madison County you will find these two old trucks. I wish I knew where! My father-in-law spotted these on the way to Bouckville, NY. Time for a Sunday cruise? Thanks Joe!
Our final visit ends with a look back at some of the trucks and machines saved.
I think my favorite vehicle from this video is an insanely heavy Rogers trailer with big rubber. You’ll know it when you see it.
The visit continues. Sad to say most of the Brocks in this video while looking solid were not saved from the blue flame.
Over the past few years on this we’ve seen a few trucks pulled from the former collection of Bill Craib. I never shared much of what was on the property out of respect for Bill’s family and their desire to … Continue reading
Here is the train of thoughts that lead to this Google Maps Discovery. Read news story about oil leak that has contaminated drinking water near Pearl Harbor. Go to Google Maps to see what Pear Harbor actually looks like. Browse … Continue reading
Have you ever heard of Superior Truck and Tractor Manufacturing Company? I certainly never had and apparently neither has Google. My buddy Dave shot this photo at a Ritchie Brothers auction in Maryland last month as proof that the company … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve fallen out of the habit of carry my camera around with me at all times. That’s too bad because these trucks could have benefited from some extra focal power. My cell phone did fairly well all … Continue reading
What have you been doing for the past three decades? Hopefully something a little more productive than sitting out in the elements like this 1966 Brockway 459. I paid a visit to the resting place of this old truck in … Continue reading
I wonder where this old truck has been hiding the past 40 years? With the exception of the ransacked tool compartments it seems rather solid with no major rot or foggy glass present. I haven’t been able to figure out … Continue reading