1927 Indiana Motor Truck, 12459 miles. Please read caption for the link to sound version.
Nice!!! The audio has been muted on this clip, even after full credit was
given to the Writer/Composer. Thought it would Boost interest in their sound tract, but no! I
guess not! Anyway, here is the link to where you can hear the 1927 Indiana
running. Without the 35 seconds of the "Indiana Jones" Theme that landed up
muting the entire video.. Thanks...
1927 Indiana, model 127, This truck was put into storage in mid 1930's. It
is original, unrestored, with 12459 miles. Not even broke in yet. It rides
on Goodyear hard rubber tires, with the rear tire being wider than the
front. We watch the Indiana earn its keep, doing what it was intended to
do. It passes the camera with a load of dirt, and dumps it at the pit. We
then watch an Oshkosh pass the Indiana on the dirt road. Indiana Truck Corp
built trucks from 1910-1933 in Marion, IN. From 1928-1932, Indiana Trucks
was controlled by Brockway. In 1932, White purchased Indiana Truck Corp for
there good name and dependability.
Song is from the "Raiders of the Lost Ark" John Williams & the London
Symphony. Label is PolyGram, Columbia Records 1981.
Up till Saturday, 8/13/2011 I have never seen or heard of Indiana Motor
Video was taken at the HCEA National Pike Equipment & Steam Show, in
Brownsville, PA. 8/13/2011
This is the OLDEST dump truck I ever filmed, and here is a link to the
LARGEST dump truck I ever filmed,
In this video clip, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eqaCsvqk8IA , we see a
1931 Chain drive Mack AC pass the Indiana...
Thanks for watching, Jackmp294.5™...
The Great Dorset Steam Fair 2010 Heavy Haulage
The various Heavy Haulage loads in the Play Pen at The Great Dorset Steam
1925 Burrell D Class Traction Engine No.4019 Britannia hauling the stone
1922 Burrell Road Locomotive No.3937 Janet hauling the chain loaded trailer
1901 Fowler B1Class Road Locomotive No.8920 The Great North heading the
Pickfords 100 ton loaded with an M4 Sherman banked by 1920 Burrell Road
Locomotive No.3829 His Majesty
1925 Burrell D Class Traction Engine No.4019 Britannia hauling the trailer
with the early electric motor
1908 Burrell Road Locomotive No.3057 Lord Roberts, 1912 McLaren Road
Locomotive No.1181 King Harry, 1928 Fowler B6 Class Road Locomotive
No.17106 Duke of York & 1919 McLaren Road Locomotive No.1652 Boadicea
hauling SR Merchant Navy Class No.35005 Canadian Pacific on Allely's
1912 McLaren Traction Engine No.1266 & 1900 McLaren Road Locomotive No.1497
double heading the early electric motor trailer
1913 Burrell Tractor No.3442, 1910 Fowler A5 Class Road Locomotive No.11111
City of Hull, 1908 Burrell Road Locomotive No.3057 Lord Roberts, 1901
Fowler B1Class Road Locomotive No.8920 The Great North & 1919 McLaren Road
Locomotive No.1652 Boadicea hauling SR Merchant Navy Class No.35005
Canadian Pacific on Allely's Locomotive Transporter, before this run the
water bowser finally went round to damp down the ground to stop the dust.
Two More Motors
I was at the dump and I spotted not one but two 340 Arctic Cat motors.
Perfect for my black go kart, now I hopefully won't have to buy one. One
was in a sled so I had to go back with my tools to get it out.
1928 Buick Country Club Coupe 1st Start in 50 Years
My Great Grandfather bought this car in 1929 from the Buick dealer in
Perryman, Md. with only a few hundred miles on it. He paid $900 for it, a
hefty sum considering most new cars at the time were under $400. He was the
last one to hear it run until today. By the way, I could not tell while
looking through the camera if the lights were on or off.
1947 Ford engine starting after 31 years
Old Henry, our 1947 Ford, engine starting after 31 years.
For video of the car's first drive shortly after click here:
For video of the car's second drive with the old man that purchased the car
in 1959 click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OImNZD7L6U
For later photos of the car restored and on the road click here:
Here's a recent one driving in the snow:
Here are all of the road trips he's been on since we restored him:
Monument Valley in March 2013:
Bryce Canyon in February 2013:
Milford, Utah in December 2012:
Nevada and Idaho in November 2012:
Rocky Mountain National Park in September 2012:
Yellowstone National Park in May 2012:
Death Valley in February 2012:
Pike's Peak in July 2011:
Route 66 in April 2010:
59' Hayes first start in 10yrs
This is my 59' Hayes Clipper 220 Cummins first start in 10 plus years. Put
a couple batteries in it and she whirled right over and fired.
1919 Buick First start since 1952
This is the first startup of this 1919 buick six roadster that had been
sitting in a barn in ohio since 1952. It was parked there with a bad
differential. My boss bought it on Ebay and i gently disassembled the
engine, cleaned out the 50+ year old oil, freed up the piston rings and put
it back together. I had to substitute a newer coil to get a strong spark
and had manually filled the float bowl of the carburetor. No fuel pump was
hooked up or water in the engine hence the short run time. This is a very
cool early overhead valve engine with an aluminum crankcase,cast iron
cylinder block, roller tappets, exposed valvetrain, zero gap piston rings,
and electric start. This car had about 14,000 miles on the odometer. Enjoy
the video! Check out my other video/slide show for engine disassembly