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Iowa 80 Trucking Museum will hold a Flag Dedication ceremony on Friday, May 23rd at 1:30 PM at the museum.  The 25’ x 40’ U.S. Flag will be flown on the Museum’s newly installed 100-foot tall flagpole.  American Legion Post 548 of Walcott, Iowa, will perform the official ceremony. The general public is welcome to attend. The flag and flagpole were donated to the Iowa 80 Trucking Museum by the Iowa 80 Truckstop in honor of all of the men and women who have served and continue to serve … Read More

April 25, 2014 (Des Moines, Iowa) — Beginning next week, a specially wrapped motorcoach will travel nearly 2,100 miles promoting more than 60 tourism destinations in 33 counties and 46 communities across the state in an Epic Iowa Road Trip. The effort, a partnership among the Central Iowa Tourism Region, Eastern Iowa Tourism Association, Western Iowa Tourism Region and the Iowa Tourism Office, is meant to showcase and recognize Iowa’s travel destinations. The Epic Iowa Road Trip will take … Read More

Our 1934 GMC is currently on display at the Figgie Art Museum as a part of the their 1934: A New Deal for Artists.

Thank you to everyone that attended our 10th Annual Iowa 80 Trucking Museum Charity Golf Tournament.  Check out a few photos from the event below.  Click here for a complete winners list.   

The 10th Annual Iowa 80 Trucking Museum Charity Golf Tournament will be held Monday, August 12, 2013 at Gylnns Creek Golf Course. Photos from the 2012 event:

A 100th birthday party was held on July 12, 2013 for our 1913 Rambler!

Iowa 80 Trucking Museum will host a 100th Birthday party for its 1913 Rambler truck on Friday, July 12th at 2:30 pm.  The event will coincide with this year’s Walcott Truckers Jamboree, July 11-13.  The public is welcome to attend the celebration. “This Rambler is a rare piece of trucking history.” says Dave Meier, museum curator. “Not many Rambler trucks were produced and this is the only one we’ve come across.  We purchased it from a gentleman in Geneseo, Illinois.  The truck … Read More

Matthew Slovack recently had his Trucker Buddy Class come and visit the museum. Everyone had fun learning about trucks from yesteryear!

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