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Brockway model 360 TL. Mass. 1984. Kim Loeb Collection. Brockway model 360 TL, Concord, Mass. 1984. Kim Loeb Collection. Brockway series 700, which was made from 1974 until Brockway was no more 1977. This picture taken in Waltham, Mass. Kim Loeb Collection.
Brockway model 359TL from 1965. Owner Julian Bros. Inc., Gloucester, Mass. Kim Loeb Collection. Brockway model 359 wrecker at Highway 20 near Marlborough, Mass. Kim Loeb Collection. Brockway model 361 dump truck. This picture taken in Mass. Kim Loeb Collection.
Brockway model 361 wrecker. Photo was taken at Waltham close to Boston, Mass. Kim Loeb Collection. Here is a picture of a Brockway tractor series 700, which was made from 1974 until Brockway was no more 1977. This picture was taken at Highway 20 close to Marlborough, Mass. Kim Loeb Collection. This Brockway was captured at Kemp´s place in Hillsborough, New Hampshire. The model is a 260 from 1951. Kim Loeb Collection.
Here is a picture of a 1940's Brockway, and was captured in New Hampshire. Model was made from late 30´s to late 40´s. Kim Loeb Collection.

This picture, taken in 1978, at the Esso truckstop in Ancaster, Ontario. The picture shows a Chev Titan and a Brockway. Both rigs are of US origin and both hauled steel "In Bond" between Buffalo, New York and Detroit, Michigan. Robert Archer Collection.


This group of pictures below, Dennis Shull received from the Brockway Truck Company in the 1960's.


Brockway 200-model from the 1940s or 50s, (I am not sure which) photographed in Cortland, N.Y. during the winter of 1977. Martin Phippard Collection. Early 1960s Brockway 300-series complete with chrome radiator surround, chrome-plated brush-guard, and Husky hood ornament. The truck was presumably retrofitted with a Cummins diesel. Photographed in Cortland, N.Y. in 1977. Martin Phippard Collection. Heavy-duty 300-series Brockway diesel-powered tractor with steel-carrying trailers seen in Detroit, 1970s. Martin Phippard Collection.

Surely one of the best looking Brockway tractors built was the 761 conventional which used the Mack R-model cab. This impressive unit is seen here coupled to an equally impressive eight-axle “centipede” semi-trailer in the colours of Cadillac Asphalt. This is a real classic with five bullet marker lights, two round air horns with snow covers and Husky emblems on the West Coast mirrors and the side of the hood. A gold Husky hood ornament sits proudly at the front of the hood. Martin Phippard Collection.

Rugged Brockway 361 conventional truck-trailer combination used for hauling aggregate in Michigan during the 1970s. Martin Phippard Collection. Brockway 400-series cabovers, probably powered by the Detroit Diesel 12V71, at the front end of a set of short doubles as used in Michigan. Note GMC Astro on the left side of the picture. Martin Phippard Collection. The only Brockway prettier than a 761 was the long hood 762 seen here coupled to a set of aggregate short doubles in Detroit, Michigan in the late 1970s. What a stunning outfit! Martin Phippard Collection.

Brockway 360 conventional tractor with TWO Husky hood ornaments and the nickname "double dawg". The two Husky set-up signified the "Huskidrive" driveline introduced by Brockway around 1970 and designed initially to get the best performance out of a 248-hp Cummins NHCT “custom-torque” high torque rise diesel and five-speed transmission. In fact, the 360 shown here in Michigan State was powered by a 12V71 Detroit Diesel. Martin Phippard Collection.


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