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Below is a sampling of many of the trucks on display in our Trucking Hall of Fame® Exhibit Hall. When you visit, you’ll find more than what is featured here.

1925 Douglas with Well Drilling Rig

Engine Type:
Buda 4 Cylinder Gasoline

Transmission Type:
Fuller & Sons GU-14, 4 Speed

Truck Information:
This Douglas is one of only about 6 known to still exist. Douglas Truck Manufacturing Company was started in Omaha, Nebraska in 1917. Douglas was only in business until 1935 and was a relatively low-volume assembled truck, making them extremely rare. The rig on the back is a Cyclone Cable Tool Drilling Machine. This truck made its home in Cedar Bluffs Nebraska until 1950 drilling mostly water wells. Wendell and Mary J. Mikics, of Norfolk Nebraska, sold this truck along with its rig to The Iowa 80 Trucking Museum in September of 2010, where it remains on display in its original condition.

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