How do you turn a 23 ton Snow Buggy without hydraulics? Easy, you build an Alternating Current (AC) electric steering motor and use a tooth gear sprocket. The image snippet below is from an early concept of the Snow Buggy No.2.
If the military is involved, you can be certain that they will use an abbreviation or acronym for their organized…Continue Reading
The Firestone 120x48x68 tires are arguably, one of the most recognizable features on the last 3 LeTourneau Overland Trains. These…Continue Reading
The image of the TC-264 Sno-Buggy below was captured in front of the R.G. LeTourneau building in Longview, TX, very…Continue Reading