April 25, 2014

List of Trucks

The Golden Age of Trucking Museum houses over forty antique vehicles.

Eighteen antique trucks and two antique boats belonged to the museum founder, the late, Richard Guerrera of Middlebury, CT. Mr. Guerrera’s collection has a  permanent place in the museum.

In addition, there are vehicles on display, which are owned by various people from around the country. These vehicles will be at home in the museum for at least one year. When a vehicle reaches its one year anniversary at the museum it will then be replaced with a “new” antique. With each vehicle is a story about its journey to becoming a display piece at The Golden Age of Trucking Museum.

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List of Trucks

The Golden Age of Trucking Museum houses over forty antique vehicles. Eighteen antique trucks and two antique boats belonged to the museum founder, the late, Richard Guerrera of Middlebury, CT. Mr. Guerrera’s collection has a  permanent place in the museum. In addition, there are vehicles on display, which are owned by various people from around the country. These vehicles will… read more

About the Golden Age of Trucking Museum

he Golden Age of Trucking Museum is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1998 by the late Richard Guerrera of Middlebury, Connecticut. Mr. Guerrera purchased the property shortly after, but passed away before any construction had begun.  His widow, Frances Guerrera, followed through on his dream by building the museum and a ribbon cutting was held in September of… read more