Updated:04/2010

Motor Transport Museum's Quarterly Newsletter

Motor Transport Museum sends it's members a newsletter each quarter of the year containing updates of the museums activities, information on upcoming events, recent donations to our collection, restoration prgress reports, and historical articles concerning items in our collection. If you would like to receive our newsletter you can become a member by clicking HERE.

To view a list previous issues of our news letters, click on the picture to the left.


The "Transport Pioneer" Journal
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See what issues are still availableBeginning in 1987, The Motor Transport Museum used to distribute the "Transport Pioneer" to its members as a quarterly issue. Thanks to the hard work and dedication of lifetime member Ed Dilginis, the editor and author of the Transport Pioneer, 11 volumes / 44 issues were published. Although we no longer offer the Pioneer as a quarterly issue, we still have many issues available for sale.

Each issue of the "Pioneer" featured articles about the historical progress of the Motor Transport Industry, about the trucks and equipment evolving from the automotive pioneers, who made a significant contribution towards the origin, development and progress of the Motor Transport Industry.

These journals are rich with rare and unique photos and well researched articles of motor transport industry history, from its earliest beginnings to the days of WW2. A must for all Truck enthusiasts!

Although some issues are out of print, We still have a large number of these available for purchase. The cost of each issue, now concidered a collectors item, is a very reasonable $.00 each +s&h. PLEASE CLICK ON PICTURE ABOVE TO VIEW AVAILABLE ISSUES.

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