LeTourneau Inc.’s Sno-Buggy and Swamp-Buggy were built from the same machine; they had the same serial number. When the Sno-Buggy went to Greenland for testing, it had 2 Firestone tires per corner. LeTourneau Inc. and the U.S. Army also tested a new piece of equipment attached to the Sno-Buggy. You’ll have to wait for the book to come out to learn more! When the Sno-Buggy returned from Greenland to the Longview, TX factory, the Buggy’s tires were reduced from 8 to 4 and re-named the Swamp-Buggy.
The TC-264 Sno-Buggy spent some time in Greenland testing out the HUGE Firestone 120x48x68s and a few unpowered trailers. It…Continue Reading
An acquaintance of mine posted a video on the Overland Trains today. It has been a labour of love for…Continue Reading
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