The Hall-Scott Motor Car, Truck & Engine Co.® has been launched to rebuild old Hall-Scott engines, to overhaul and sell parts, and to restore antique and classic fire trucks. Specifically trucks from the 1920’s & 30’s. We decided to use this historical, iconic, highly regarded name, recognizing there is a small but very passionate group of enthusiasts who own fire trucks, commercial trucks and boats with working Hall-Scott engines. We believed that a authentic company and web site would benefit all owners of Hall Scott engines.
However, with our country’s need for alternative energy sources and uses, we feel a Hall-Scott engine designed to run on today’s alternative fuels may provide an effective answer now. Consequently, one of our goals is to redesign and manufacture a Hall-Scott engine for just such a purpose.
In addition to the interesting, brief history of Hall-Scott written by our buddy Ric Dias, in the very near future our website will include pages for all of you to show your trucks, boats and engines. There will also be pages for parts and accessories and engine-specific history, as well as merchandise like t-shirts, hats and coffee cups, etc.
Last but not least, we’ll have a section devoted to just one of our projects, “The Hall-Scott Engine Museum”. This museum will eventfully, we hope, have as many different engine models and Hall-Scott items as we can find or are donated to us. As of right, now we have a good selection of engines that show a time-line of Hall-Scott engines starting at around mid-1920. We will be taking donations and offers for other engines and items soon. We also hope that once we have established a location, we can set up a swap program with other engine and truck museums.
So bookmark the site and come back soon for a visit.