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Below is a sampling of the many trucks on display in our Trucking Hall of Fame® Exhibit Hall. Check out our app for more information, photos, and an audio recording for each truck.  Click here to download.

1929 International Harvester HS 104 C

Engine Type:
Hall Scott 4-Cylinder Model 152 Engine

Transmission Type:
International 6-Speed

Truck Information:
This 1929 International Harvester HS 104C is one of the 86 International made of this model that year. They made a total of 50,000 trucks in 1929, so this was a rare truck even when it was new. The truck has a Hall-Scott four-cylinder gas engine, a six-speed International transmission, and mechanical brakes. The Jaeger cement mixer on the back will hold two yards – or four tons – of concrete; it is powered by a small Hercules engine. This truck sold new for $5,500 in 1929, which is the equivalent of about $80,000 today. A modern mixer truck will hold ten yards of concrete – or twenty tons – and in today’s money it costs about three times as much. That’s five times more concrete hauled at about three times the speed for three times the price. Top Speed: 25 MPH

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