Variety is the Spice of Life

Would you be shocked if told that you while visiting the Walter AWUS recently sold by the Town of Camillus I stopped to look at some of their other trucks? I hope you answer was no!


The town has a huge fleet that is housed among two or three very large garages. One can only wonder at the treasures contained within. I went for the low hanging fruit in the form of trucks stored outside and even then I didn’t bother to photograph everything.


The fleet is varied with Sterlings, Volvos, Freightliners, Fords, and Internationals. No favoritism here. At least three Volvo VHD’s were found as dedicated dump trucks. Out back there were some older rig probably bound for the surplus pile in a few years. One of them was this International 2674. You know I love me some 2674 model. Somewhere I have a picture of the Ford seen lurking in the background.


In the gallery below we have a few more randoms along with shots of a Terrastar from the Tompkins County Highway Depart and an International WorkStar from the City of Auburn.

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