Take a moment to soak in all the rich detail of this ’68 White Western Star farm truck. Andy caught this rig as it struggled to exit a farmers field in Fabius, NY during which he reports that the frame underwent a serious flex test. It looks like the original dump body has seen two or three modifications over the years. The original White hood decals can be seen clinging for dear life over a bumper the looks to have plow mounts. Zooming in on the original photo I can make out the words Bosie Idaho. How this truck made in from Idaho to New York is a mystery but you can be sure it never stopped working during its journey.
You can now add photos to your comments! Simply click the Choose File button to select your desired upload! It’s that simple. Also be sure to check out the Brockway Tow Truck post from last week. A new photo of the truck has been added that many of you might enjoy.