Leonard Price Truck Collection

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Army tank retriever converted into hauling logs, truck had 14 ft wide bunks and a 50ft wooden reach and a huge Hall-Scott gas engine with a 12in exhaust pipe coming up through the cab.
This truck was owned by Capostinski Timber from Clearwater B.C. and was at a off highway logging site near Avola B.C.
Early 1950's Pacific with 14ft bunks, picture taken 1961 Mack logging in the Princeton area. Logging crew in front of Mack
Mack getting loaded.
Leonard (Shorty) Price was a loader operator.
1954 Reo
One of the first Kenworth trucks in Princeton. Lind Brothers 1956 Ford. Lind Brothers Ford getting loaded.
1964 Autocar in a parade Kenworth and a Hayes logging trucks Don Lind Hayes
Western Star self loader with a off highway load,
west of Williams Lake working for Carrier lumber.
Load was tree length, shorten up a bit from dragging on the road. Side view of off highway load.
Front view of a Western Star on the scales Mid 1980's Pacific P 510-S Kenworth with a off highway load
1974 White Western Star, Cat 1693 with a brake saver, and 15 speed, driver Terry Wright
Skagit log loader, Serial # 7 of eleven built. Shorty ran this for many years.



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