Walcott Trucker's Jamboree 2010 Pictures


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I-80 TRUCK MUSEUM BUILDING WALCOTT, IOWA
FRONT AND REAR OF 1910 AVERY TRACTOR AND FARM WAGON 1913 RAMBLER
1922 PACKARD 1924 BROCKWAY 1924 WHITE WRECKER
1928 FAGEOL FLYER 1949 BROCKWAY 1949 I H C KB-11
TWO PHOTOS OF 1962 WHITE 9004 TV INTERNATIONAL NO INFO ON IT
I-80 TRUCK MUSEUM BUILDING WALCOTT, IOWA STUDEBAKER WRECKER 1916 MACK
1919 INTERNATIONAL SCHROYER`S TRACTOR
30`S FORD MODEL A MAIL TRUCK 1912 SAURER



A FEW PICTURES OF THE OLD IRON AT THE I-80 TRUCKERS JAMBOREE WALCOTT, IOWA. JULY 2010
ROWLEY INTERSTATE INC. MACK UNLOADING A GOOD LOOKING DIAMOND - T AND AFTER UNLOADING
I-80 MACK WRECKER WHITE FORD
OFFSET PETE ROTELLA OIL COMPANY LONESTAR I-80 TRUCKING MUSEUM VOLVO
CHEVROLET FLAT BED MACK EX BEE LINE INTERNATIONAL
HENDRICKSON DIAMOND REO CAMPER DODGE WITH GRAIN BED
STUDEBAKER TRACTOR HUDSON PICKUP
TWO PHOTOS OF PETE INSIDE OF I-80 CHROME STORE . AS THE OLD SONG GOES HOW MUCH IS THAT DOGGIE IN THE WINDOW WILL HAVE TO CHANGE IT TO HOW MUCH IS THAT PETE IN THE WINDOW.
I-80 JAMBOREE BIG LITTLE TRACTOR AN TRAILER
TWO PHOTOS OF PIRKLE REFRIGERATED FREIGHT LINES, PETE MARMON MOTOR HOME
I GOT TO MEET MR. HENRY ( HANK) GOOD AT THE 2010 I-80 JAMBOREE IN WALCOTT, IOWA. ONE PHOTO OF HIS OLD TRACTOR.THE HANK`S HIGHWAY HILTON .
NOW HE HAS A NEW ONE, A CONVENTIONAL KENWORTH, ALSO KNOWN AS THE HANKS HIGHWAY HILTON
HERE ARE FOUR PHOTOS OF THE TRACTOR AND HIM
   
COUPLE OF SIGN`S AT I-80
Van Kampen Trucking Inc.
How much is that doggy in the window?
Van Kampen Trucking Inc Kenworth from Wyoming and Michigan
taken at the I-80 Truck Stop
Van Kampen Trucking Inc Peterbilt from Wyoming and Michigan
taken at Cuba, MO
Wenger Truck Lines International from Davenport, Iowa
taken at I-80 Truck Stop
MISC TRUCK PHOTOS FROM I-80 TRUCKERS JAMBOREE JULY 2010
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     



A few miscellaneous trucks parked and coming out of the I-80 Fuel Stop at Walcott, Iowa
Parkway Freightliner FLD UPS Freight Volvo Central Petroleum Products #597
Freightliner Columbia
PRIME Inc. #600256 Cascadia Oakley Volvo tanker Knight Transportation International ProStar
Midwest Specialized Transportation #261
Kenworth T660
Q-Line Trucking Peterbilt 379
from Saskatoon, SK
Service Transport #6057 International tanker
PRIME Inc. #40554 Cascadia Two PRIME Inc. Freightliner's Gordon Trucking Inc. Columbia
KLLM Transport Services Columbia Reliable Carriers Inc Kenworth W900L Central Refrigerated Service Inc. International ProStar
Panther Expedited Services, Inc. Columbia Two Mobil Delvac units at I - 80
Ooida unit at the I-80 show Mack Nice Peterbilt leased to Mercer
Nice IHC Emeryville cabover with bull wagon Diamond T cabover with potbelly livestick trailer at I-80 2010 Late 40's early 50's GMC stock truck
30's Chevrolet 1 2/5 Ton Good looking Freightliner (notice the doors) Another good looking Freightliner (notice the bat wing doors)
This was the bus that Tracy Lawrence used while at the show he put on at the I-80 Jamboree 2010 Getting cement truck ready for tug of war contest Doing the tire flip contest
Mack Superliner Two photo of Kutzler Express Inc. One as they were coming into I-80 and the other one parked.
Diamond T conventional Garner's Towing Pete Garner's Towing Pete side view
Three good looking trucks New Freightliner's at I-80 Trucker's Jamboree 2010 Good looking Pete
New Pete's at I-80 Truckers' Jamboree 2010 Kenworth leased to Mercer Troy Huddleston Freightliner
This good looking Autocar
had just come out of the truck wash
New Pete's at I-80 Truckers' Jamboree 2010
Nice cabover with bull wagon New Western Star at I-80 Truckers' Jamboree 2010 Diamond T cabover
Three Amigo's nice looking Pete's at I-80 Truck Show 2010 Good looking black Mack B-Model Ford 850 Heavy Duty
Good looking Mack cabover


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