|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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