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1971 Brockway N4571

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Go on Ebay under brochures and pamphlets,trucks Walter miller from Syracuse,New York had a good selection of truck brochures for sale.
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The Brakes, wedge vs cam, would vary form truck to truck depending on who ordered it..
Yes this is the Sheller Globe cab with a few inhouse modifications.
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A few people I talked to on facebook said, These used Wedge brakes which are readily available but very hard to find Parts for plus someone to repair them Most shops now days won't touch them Their mechanics don't know anything about them... Resale is good and they are exceptionally hard to find parts for Just don't find them sitting around for parts, even as much as old GMCs.  An aluminum cab in an older truck is preferable over steel because of the rust. 

A friend said Cabs lose on chassis was a problem, So bad it would move when driving enough to cause the accelerator to stick. (<-- WOW) The cab is made by Sheller globe for Brockway and Mack...

 Is there anywhere online I can find old Brochures for this truck? And I tried to Register on the Brockway trucks Forum but it wouldn't let me 

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You ad has it backwards.. It is a Brockway chassis with a Mack Cab, although Brockway made a few modifications to strengthen it. Go to brockwaytrucks.com for more details.

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Found this truck online, a friend arguably says only around 20 left in existence... I think otherwise from all the pictures I've seen online.

what's still available for this truck, I think it's a small cam Cummins 250 or a 290 Ran when parked it shows... clear title, Ohio

There is visible Some rust and holes nothing new to me... looks like low miles Not sure if it runs now or not... been looking for a single axle sleeper cabover for 2-3 years now in Michigan. 

Say's in the Ad. "I have been told is essentially a Mack with a Brockway body. It is a complete truck as far as I can tell" 

Just seeing if it's worth Buying and Restoring to Running/Driving Condition. He was asking $1400 http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/d9fd9dab-9dea-4d74-9e3c-6fed.jpg



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