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Category Archives: Youtube Finds
Tulips, a delicte flower that takes an army of heavy equipment to cultivate. Welcome to our modern times! Thanks for the tip Ed!
Brodozer. This is a word typically used to describe a lifted pickup with custom rims. The driver is usually a young single male with money to burn. Trucks Nuts are usually found in 50 percent of brodozers but should not … Continue reading
Can you tell I’ve been watching a lot of videos on Youtube recently? Here is another great one from 1969 featuring equipment rollovers, product testing and of course, amazing period correct music.
Ahhhh, the truck show that really isn’t a truck, the annual Palmyra truck and heavy equipment auction. You can always count on at least one old rig to make an appearance. In years past it was Brockway and Autocar. This … Continue reading
What do we know about the average Joe behind the wheel of your everyday tractor trailer? We’re about to find out that while some things have changed many others have not.
All across this great country of ours classic trucks like this Brockway 457T are emerging from a winter of sleep. At times it seemed like this day would never come but it has. Long live the days of spring and … Continue reading
People are always trying to figure out the next big thing. What should you collect now that will have value in the future? Who knows. Instead, focus on the classics of today.
Somewhere in the United Kingdom my doppelganger exists and is producing videos of a similar nature of the trucks shows I enjoy covering and sharing with you. This mystery videographer even has the same problem with people walking in front … Continue reading
Back in my college days I took an elective class by the name of Economic History of the United States 1900-1980. Yup, that was an elective. Not pottery. Not basket weaving. Hey, at least it was better than my other … Continue reading