Museum Vehicles - Page 4


1947 AUTOCAR  This heavy tractor carried a crane boom here for many years and was our main lifter.  It has been re-engined with a 503 cu in GMC gas engine coupled to the five-speed and three-speed transmissions.  It has 55,000 lb Timken worm drive rears.

International Fleetstar

INTERNATIONAL FLEETSTAR 2010  This truck belongs to Stewart McKinley.  It has the International 549 cu in V8 engine coupled to a five-speed transmission and two-speed rear.  It lives here and Stewart uses it extensively.  It has a fantastic roll back or dump bed and has brought many items to the museum. 

Hough Payloader

1960 HOUGH PAYLOADER  Paul Harvey owns this Payloader which is powered by a four cylinder International engine.  This is the smallest model Hough made.

Worthington Chief

WORTHINGTON CHIEF  The same Worthington that made our Snow engine made a lawn and golf course tractor during their last days in the 1940s.  This one, owned by Paul Harvey, is powered by a 215 cu in Dodge engine and four-speed transmission.  The bed is gravity dump.  They made a shorter version to pull a gang mower.  This was probably the beginning of lawn maintainence tractors.  When the shingle mill is here on display, the Hough loads the Worthington which hauls the sawdust away.

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