Designed by Joseph Gault. Designed by Tiit Telmet.
The RN 110, the first successful tracked vehicle developed by Calgary inventor and entrepreneur Bruce Nodwell, was designed to carry a five-ton load in harsh off-road terrains and extreme cold. It was built in batches, or on a custom basis. The 110, also known as the Nodwell Tracked Truck, was introduced in 1954. The innovative track was made of spliced conveyer belting which was cheaper and easier to repair than continuous belting. It was widely used by both civilians and the military for a variety of transportation uses.
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