BC: 1919 Bleveldt Steam Tractor
FC: Antique Trucks: Inspiration and construction of trucks from a bygone era.
1: 1919 Garrett Steam Tractor: Steam will always be king.
2: Virgil Trucks or Mack Trucks?
5: This is the Mack that began my rebirth into model building in 1988.
6: Gas powered road roller. | Kettleman Bakery truck from the early 1920's
7: 1937 Ford farm truck. The cab is perhaps the only part remaining from the original kit.
9: 1926 Napp-Darrow: Photo appeared on the front cover of Model Cars Magazine. It features a scratch built cab mounted on a stretched Mack frame. The radiator is made from sixty-four pieces of styrene plastic. | 1926 Napp-Darrow
10: 1928 Flynn
12: Man in photo is identified as "Fat Joe". Seen here with his Mack tank truck. Circa 1920. | 1934 Ford oil field truck
13: 1907 Mack 7 Ton truck. Model was produced by Premier in 1960 and is now considered quite rare. Truck was modified in 2010 and is shown in its present condition.
14: 1919 Garrett Steamroller
15: Model of the Garrett Steamroller required a great deal of scratch building to achieve the final effect. The front roller and rear wheels were fabricated to create a steamroller from 1919.
16: 1929 Flynn tractor and flatbed trailer at work hauling a huge slab of limestone.
17: Construction of the Flynn required a vast combination of kit as well as scratch built pieces. | The bare skeleton of the trailer is shown here. It was completely scratch built from styrene. The wheels are from a 1926 Mack truck.
18: 1926 Mack of the Zarilli Cartage company fleet.
19: 1920 Newhouser
20: Inspiration and ideas flow from old construction photos.
21: An unfortunate accident actually shows how to detail the underside of an early truck.