- Written by webmin
There was an Antique Truck Club of America gathering recently that was really cool, even though it was blazing hot. The club’s Western Massachusetts Chapter organized an early-season show in South Deerfield, Massachusetts, which drew a slew of vintage rigs.
This is East Coast. That’s why one brand of truck, Brockway, probably outnumbered every other nameplate at the event. For some families, one of these great trucks from Cortland, New York, isn’t enough. Rich Misterka of Amherst, Massachusetts, owns the lovely two-axle 1977 Brockway 758 pictured above. His son, Mike, is keeper of the 1973 Brockway 361 dump truck below, nicknamed Mushy, just as he is. Like this stuff? We’re running a truck history section now, every month, in Hemmings Classic Car.