This is the collection of Leo Frank from Wisconsin. Leo has this 1920 Walter listed in the Buy/Sell/Trade section. He will be adding photos of his 20+ truck collection, all 4WD and the newest being a 1950. I'm looking forward to this as the photos are added. Thanks for sharing! Bshoesey
"This is my collection of FWD trucks. I am still searching for parts for trucks, especially hard rubber wheels. I do realize I have more truck than I can work with in my lifetime, so I am parting with some. I am not a computer person, so the best way to reach me is by phone. Leo 715-853-7640."
Walter 100% Traction wrecker truck
Walter snowfighter with power mechanical dump
1925 right-hand drive FWD model B firetruck.
Parts firetruck for the model B
From Crivitz, Wisconsin, these trucks were converted to be used as dirt loaders. The one with the nickel-plated radiator was originally the Crivitz firetruck.
Early WWI FWD Chassis!
1949 or 50 FWD w Belly Grater. Served for many years as yard maintenance vehicle at FWD plant.
A pair of 1920's FWD dump trucks
FWD with Waukesha Dual ignition engine. Reported to have once plowed snow in Teton pass.
Old Shortened truck. Neat embossed logo on radiator
Model F Oshkosh truck with Unknown brand dual ignition engine.
A pair of early Oshkosh chassis. The one has a later replacement cab, engine, and wheels.
Front of a 1930's DePere WI ladder firetruck with a dual ignition Waukesha engine
Front end of truck converted to a power unit.
1937 FWD Truck
1920's Oshkosh truck that was once a boom truck.
Early FWD axle converted to trailer
Cabover FWD Boom truck
WWI USA Liberty Truck. Not a FWD, but too cool not to be shown.
1917 Nash Truck Cowl and Chassis and a 1918 WWI Nash Quad Frame w Axles. Great start to a Nash Quad restoration project, but I could use one more parts truck to make the job more enjoyable.