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.
The image of the TC-264 Sno-Buggy was captured in front of the R.G. LeTourneau building, very close to the original…Continue Reading
Nate Galbreath's page at http://thule1954.com is being redirected to a GeoCities page with the same content at http://www.geocities.ws/nategal/. The domain…Continue Reading
LeTourneau Inc.'s Sno-Buggy and Swamp-Buggy were built from the same machine; they had the same serial number. When the Sno-Buggy…Continue Reading