National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors


Pacific NW Truck Museum

In the Pacific Northwest Truck Museum, you will see some of the great working vehicles that helped develop the Pacific Northwest. These wonderfully restored antique trucks, parts and memorabilia also show the significant and unique innovations in the development of trucks brought about by the longer distances and rough terrain of this part of the country.

We have over 75 trucks by GMC, Freightliner, International, Kenworth, Mack, and Peterbilt, plus long-gone Autocar, Moreland, Samson, White, Yellow-Knight, and many other makes. Seeing these trucks will recall trucking of bygone days, and present a world unknown to our children. Our growing collection was founded by a group of dedicated truck enthusiasts with the goal of preserving an important part of Pacific Northwest history.

The Pacific NW Truck Museum, located in Brooks, Oregon, USA is a 501(c)-(3) non-profit organization dedicated to preserving trucking history. A group of corporate executives and truck drivers founded the museum in October of 1989. This mix of talent provided the skills to preserve and present all aspects of trucking history; including trucks, truck artifacts, the history of trucking companies, component manufacturers, and biographies of the people who made it all happen. They are an all-volunteer organization funded entirely by membership dues, and corporate and individual donations. 

Address: PO Box 2881, Salem, OR 97308 ● Phone: 503-371-7457 ● Fax: 503-585-8547 ● Email: [email protected]

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