BC Vintage Truck Museum, Cloverdale, Surrey BC Canada
SURREY, BC — Eighteen antique trucks moved from Port Coquitlam to a new home in Cloverdale, according to the Cloverdale Reporter. The trucks are part of the Surrey Heritage Society’s vintage vehicles collection and will be part of a new transportation centre in Cloverdale, B.C.
The trucks had once been part of the Royal BC Museum, Transport Collection, 1974 to 1987 and then part of the former B.C. Transportation Museum, Cloverdale between 1987 and 1992.
Then the teamsters had them the Teamsters Freight Transportation Museum as part of their vintage truck display before the trucks made their way back to Cloverdale, as part of the B.C. Vintage Truck Museum.
The trucks range from 1914 FWD to one of the newest additons to the museum, a 1955 GMC Firetruck that once put out fires in Hope, BC.
Coverage of the 2016 3rd Annual BC Vintage Truck Museum Show & Shine by www.carnut.ca
Coverage of the second Annual BC Vintage Truck Museum Show & Shine by www.carnut.ca
©2017 BC Vintage Truck Museum
Thank-you to the following sponsors to date; City of Surrey, Cobra Electric, Lark Construction, Jim Winter Collectible Car Appraisals
Zappone Trucking LTD., Tom Devlin Realtor, Ken Johnson Trucking LTD., Super Save Group, Willowbrook Chrysler, F & G Delivery LTD.
CBS Parts Ltd., John Aldag MP Cloverdale Langley
The BC Vintage Truck Museum is operated by the Surrey Heritage Society.