Note: This feature is in the Jan TT&C 2018 issue.
The U-Haul truck with a missing motorcyclist that Larry would like to obtain. Photo by Ingrid Floyd
Custom-made Caterpillar D9 bulldozer. Photo by Ingrid Floyd
A custom-made wooden truck with a workable bulldoze that Bud bought his father. Photo by Ingrid Floyd
A 16-year-old Amish boy crafted this livestock truck from solid oak. Photo by Ingrid Floyd
A Smith-Miller B61 Mack tractor with a restored Talbert trailer. Photo by Bud Garner
The Kingsbury fire engine from New Hampshire with its original tags. It is from the late 1920s or early 1930s. Photo by Bud Garner
The Tonka airline baggage truck with luggage totes. Photo by Bud Garner
Four of the five bucket loaders, one with rubber tires and the rest on tracks. The one with rubber tires in 22 inches tall and made between 1953 and 1956. The rest are 18 inches tall and from the late 1940s, except the orange one, which is from 1950. The orange one was the only bucket loader Doepke colored a different color than green. Photo by Ingrid Floyd
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