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PostPosted: Wed Feb 13, 2019 3:25 pm 
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Someone somewhere should get a medal for their ability to properly tie down a tug.
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Someone somewhere should get a medal for their ability to properly tie down a tug.
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Darn it! You beat me to it! I even had the best line worked up for it too. ("Okay, so it isn't actually in a museum, but it is preserved...in a way.") Oh well.

This has to be one of the stranger situations I've seen a tug in. If International Harvester was still around, it would make for one heck of an advertisement. Interestingly, the former Navy tug at the Fargo Air Museum that was mentioned earlier in the thread also appears to be an International Harvester. Maybe the Navy had some sort of affinity for the type?

It looks like the guy with the aircraft carrier tug modeling page will have to update his list.

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Won't start, I think the engine is flooded...

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Won't start, I think the engine is flooded...


Now that was funny!

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Whatever this is with Stallion 51


Look like a modified, drivable GPU unit. The rear portion doesn't appear to have structure enough to handle towing an aircraft nor do I see a pintle hook to attach a tow-bar.


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How about this rig?

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How about this rig?

Don't really think those count for the purposes of this thread, but pretty unique nonetheless.

The San Diego Air & Space Museum apparently has an old, white Dodge fire truck, number 926, at their annex, but I don't know if it is aviation related:
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They also have a yellow tug:
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