1965 Brockway 257T Ed Greene of Barton, NY
When the 16th annual National Brockway Truck Show was held last week in Cortland, NY, almost 140 vintage Huskies were on display on the city’s Main Street.
Admirers had an opportunity to see Brockways from throughout the years right up until they stopped making them in this Central New York city in 1977.
Some Huskies were completely restored while others were in need of considerable work. Here’s some of the trucks that made the annual trek back to Huskietown, and see some that were named for and/or dedicated to wives, daughters and granddaughters.
136 trucks were on display at the 16th annual National Brockway Truck Show in Cortland, NY
1970 Brockway 361 owned by David Quail of Marathon, NY
1974 Brockway H360TL owned by Todd Grimm
1968 Brockway 361 owned by Mary Potter of Cortland, NY
1977 Brockway N761 owned by Susan Grimm of Kew West, Fla.
1976 H762TL owned by Clarence Ritchie of Middle Granville, NY
1975 759TT owned by Bruce Whitney of Fort Anne, NY
1960 N260 LQ owned by Richie Zigmont of Castle Creek, NY
1971 Brockway K361TL owned by Aaron Nachbar of Wilton, Ct.
1973 H360TL owned by James McLaughlin of Marshfield, Mass.
1975 K459 owned by Paul Polizzi of Afton, NY
1971 Brockway 359T owned by David O. Durling of N. Walpole, NH
1977 model 761 owned by Paul Polizzi of Afton, NY
1972 E 457T owned by Richie Zigmont of Castle Creek, NY
1976 N761 owned by Donald Smith of Alexander, NY
1974 Brockway 360 owned by Richard Lukens of Clifton, Va.
1965 Brockway 257T owned by Ed Greene of Barton, NY
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