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Below is a sampling of many of the 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.

1946 White WA22

Engine Type:
386 Cubic Inch White 6-Cylinder Gasoline

Transmission Type:
4-Speed, 3-Speed Auxiliary

Truck Information:
This truck rolled off the assembly line in Cleveland, Ohio in April of 1946. Its original owner lived in Beaver Dam, Ohio. This truck was licensed and used by Mayflower Transit until 1979; it had only one primary driver for all of those 33 years. This truck’s top speed of 55 mph was more than proficient given that the speed limit throughout its working life only reached 45 mph. This White has one of the first integrated sleepers seen in production and is only 18 inches wide. This truck also has one of the last wood structured cabs that White ever made, in 1947 all cabs produced were steel. It has been in the Iowa 80 collection for a number of years but was newly restored in 2012. Top Speed: 55 MPH

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