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  • Semi-Trucks of the 1950s: A Photo Gallery

    After WWII Americans were anxious to re-stoke the economy after a long "make-do with what you have" dry spell. By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies once again. Semi-trucks helped pave the way for this huge growth spurt in America with dependable trucks built by Mack, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, International, White Freightliner, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Diamond T, Reo,

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  • Fire Truck Smith Miller 1950s L Mack Aerial Ladder Truck

    Fire Truck Smith Miller 1950s L Mack Aerial Ladder Truck. It is 36 long. Marked SMFD and 3 on door. Back end is complete and has full paint and decals. Cab is missing headlights and had a small back support break. Bumpers are broken off neatly at center support and has a small chip out of tip of front fender. Some paint wear to top of cab. Overall, nice paint with all full decals, all original tires and even has the small Mack dog hood ornament (often missing on these).

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  • Mack Trucks Bulldog Tie Tack Pin 1950's

    Mack Trucks Bulldog Tie Tack Pin 1950's PB03 More Details - Mack Trucks Bulldog Tie Tack Pin 1950's Vintage Orginal Mack Trucks Bulldog Tie Tack Pin 1950s. Measures in inches 3/4. 3D Lapel Pin, gold plated bulldog, Mack on collar. Companys trademark is the bulldog and can be found on the front of almost all Mack trucks. A Mack truck with a gold plated bulldog indicates that the entire truck is made of Mack components. Trucks with another manufacturers parts are given the chrome-plated bulldog. New old stock

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  • 32 -34 -36 -38 -40 -41 -46 -48 Ford Mercury Lincoln Packard Hudson Mack Reo Ihc Trucks

    Madcowinc Store 32 -34 -36 -38 -40 -41 -46 -48 FORD MERCURY LINCOLN PACKARD HUDSON MACK REO IHC TRUCKS UP FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION IS THIS NEW IN THE BOX STANT VENTED GAS CAP , FROM THE 1950s FOR THE FOLLOWING VEHICLES. THIS GAS CAP IS OVER 60 YEARS OLD AND IS IN EXCELLENT WORKING CONDITION AND THE STAINLESS IS IN ABSOLUTELY MINT CONDITION. THIS GAS CAP IS 3 IN DIAMETER AND WILL FIT A STANDARD 1 7/8 FILLER NECK. THIS IS NOT A REPRODUCTION GAS CAP. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED WITH YOUR PURCHASE. PLEASE

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  • Semi-trucks Of The 1950s Photo Gallery

    By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies. Semi-trucks helped pave the way for this huge growth spurt in America with dependable trucks built by Mack, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, International, White Freightliner, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Diamond T, Reo, Autocar, Brockway, Sterling and others, many using the increasingly popular diesel engines made by Buda, Hercules, Waukesha,

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  • Semi Trucks of the 1960s

    This book follows on the heels of "Semi-Trucks of the 1950s." As the '50s saw new and improved models after the starved war years, the Sixties was the decade for expansion, not only for truck manufacturers with a huge selection of models, but also for the trucking companies themselves with more places to haul. Construction of the Interstate highway system helped pave the way for faster and smoother service, helping reshape the American landscape faster than ever seen before. Gear up for this outstanding

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  • Semi-Trucks of the 1950s

    Description Product Details Semi-Trucks of the 1950s A Photo Gallery Ron Adams Description : Semi -Trucks of the 1950s A Photo Gallery By Ron Adams. Softcover, 8.5x11, 160 glossy pages, , 325 illustrations, 2008. " After WWII Americans were anxious to re-stoke the economy after a long ''make-do with what you have'' dry spell. By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies once

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  • Semi Trucks of the 1960s

    This book follows on the heels of "Semi-Trucks of the 1950s." As the '50s saw new and improved models after the starved war years, the Sixties was the decade for expansion, not only for truck manufacturers with a huge selection of models, but also for the trucking companies themselves with more places to haul. Construction of the Interstate highway system helped pave the way for faster and smoother service, helping reshape the American landscape faster than ever seen before. Gear up for this outstanding

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  • Semi-Trucks of the 1950s (A Photo Gallery)

    After WWII Americans were anxious to re-stoke the economy after a long “make-do with what you have” dry spell. By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies once again. Semi-trucks helped pave the way for this huge growth spurt in America with dependable trucks built by Mack, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, International, White Freightliner, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Diamond T, Reo,

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  • Semi Trucks of the 1960s

    This book follows on the heels of Semi-Trucks of the 1950s . As the '50s saw new and improved models after the starved war years, the Sixties was the decade for expansion, not only for truck manufacturers with a huge selection of models, but also for the trucking companies themselves with more places to haul. Construction of the Interstate highway system helped pave the way for faster and smoother service, helping reshape the American landscape faster than ever seen before. Gear up for this outstanding

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  • Semi-Trucks of the 1950s (A Photo Gallery)

    After WWII Americans were anxious to re-stoke the economy after a long “make-do with what you have” dry spell. By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies once again. Semi-trucks helped pave the way for this huge growth spurt in America with dependable trucks built by Mack, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, International, White Freightliner, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Diamond T, Reo,

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  • International Heavy Trucks of the 1950s

    International Heavy Trucks of the 1950s With worn-out trucks after World War II and plans laid out by the Federal Government to build the Interstate Highway System, truck production really took off in the 1950s. Companies and drivers who used International semi-trucks worked hard to deliver the goods. This large-picture format book shows the fine details of these trucks at work during this productive time period. Ron Adams is a lifelong big truck enthusiast who has spent many years amassing an archive of

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  • Kenworth Trucks of the 1950s

    30 color & 95 b/w photos 10.25 x 8.5 Dec. 1, 2011 For Kenworth, the 1950s were some of its most exciting years. A financial windfall started out the decade, with a special truck built for ARAMCO that became a standard at oil sites around the world. In the mid 1950s Kenworth began building trucks in Canada and developed a new design with the cab beside the engine, upping the cargo capacity by 1,000 pounds and offering greatly improved visibility for the driver. In 1956 the company became a subsidiary of the

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  • Semi Trucks of the 1960s

    This book follows on the heels of "Semi-Trucks of the 1950s." As the '50s saw new and improved models after the starved war years, the Sixties was the decade for expansion, not only for truck manufacturers with a huge selection of models, but also for the trucking companies themselves with more places to haul. Construction of the Interstate highway system helped pave the way for faster and smoother service, helping reshape the American landscape faster than ever seen before. Gear up for this outstanding

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  • Semi-Trucks of the 1950s

    After WWII Americans were anxious to re-stoke the economy after a long "make-do with what you have" dry spell. By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies once again. Semi-trucks helped pave the way for this huge growth spurt in America with dependable trucks built by Mack, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, International, White Freightliner, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Diamond T, Reo,

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  • Semi-Trucks of the 1950s

    Semi-Trucks of the 1950s 100 color & 220 b/w photos May. 15, 2008 After WWII Americans were anxious to re-stoke the economy after a long “make-do with what you have” dry spell. By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies once again. Semi-trucks helped pave the way for this huge growth spurt in America with dependable trucks built by Mack, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge,

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  • Autocar Trucks of the 1950s

    60 color + 70 b/w ill 10.25 x 8.5 May. 15, 2009 Autocar’s roots go way back into the early 1900s and became known for tough and rugged trucks. When WWII came, very few trucks for civilian use were produced and by the end many trucks were worn out from constant use. After the war, civilian production began again in full force because of the lack of new trucks. In 1950, when Autocar introduced the new driver cab, the louver design was eliminated. The old style flat windshield sleeper cabs were used up until

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  • Kenworth Trucks of the 1950s

    30 color & 95 b/w photos 10.25 x 8.5 Dec. 1, 2011 For Kenworth, the 1950s were some of its most exciting years. A financial windfall started out the decade, with a special truck built for ARAMCO that became a standard at oil sites around the world. In the mid 1950s Kenworth began building trucks in Canada and developed a new design with the cab beside the engine, upping the cargo capacity by 1,000 pounds and offering greatly improved visibility for the driver. In 1956 the company became a subsidiary of the

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  • Semi-Trucks of the 1950s: A Photo Gallery

    After WWII Americans were anxious to re-stoke the economy after a long “make-do with what you have” dry spell. By the 1950s new highways were being built, new trucking companies were being formed and old ones revived. Americans were buying newly-styled cars and the latest technologies once again. Semi-trucks helped pave the way for this huge growth spurt in America with dependable trucks built by Mack, GMC, Chevrolet, Ford, Dodge, International, White Freightliner, Peterbilt, Kenworth, Diamond

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  • Firefighting Tanker Trucks and Tenders: A Fire Apparatus Photo Gallery

    Fire Equipment > Firefighting Tanker Trucks and Tenders: A Fire Apparatus Photo Gallery Firefighting Tanker Trucks and Tenders: A Fire Apparatus Photo Gallery KB10278 Firefighting Tanker Trucks and Tenders: A Fire Apparatus Photo Gallery - Tanker trucks, also known as tenders, are used by more than 65% of all fire departments across America. Early tankers were converted from oil, fuel, milk, or chemical tank trucks. Some of these converted units were semi or tractor-trailer trucks, others were smaller,

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  • Semi Trucks of the 1960s

    This book follows on the heels of Semi-Trucks of the 1950s . As the '50s saw new and improved models after the starved war years, the Sixties was the decade for expansion, not only for truck manufacturers with a huge selection of models, but also for the trucking companies themselves with more places to haul. Construction of the Interstate highway system helped pave the way for faster and smoother service, helping reshape the American landscape faster than ever seen before. Gear up for this outstanding

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  • Firefighting Tanker Trucks and Tenders, John H. Rieth, 2005

    Firefighting Tanker Trucks and Tenders, John H. Rieth, 2005 Tanker trucks, also known as tenders, are used by more than 65% of all fire departments across America. Early tankers were converted from oil, fuel, milk, or chemical tank trucks. Some of these converted units were semi or tractor-trailer trucks, others were smaller, local oil or milk delivery trucks. Large fire apparatus manufacturers started to manufacture water tanker fire trucks in the late 1950s, but it wasn’t until the 1970s that custom-made

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  • Semi Trucks of the 1960s (Paperback)

    This book follows on the heels of Semi-Trucks of the 1950s . As the '50s saw new and improved models after the starved war years, the Sixties was the decade for expansion, not only for truck manufacturers with a huge selection of models, but also for the trucking companies themselves with more places to haul. Construction of the Interstate highway system helped pave the way for faster and smoother service, helping reshape the American landscape faster than ever seen before. Gear up for this outstanding

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  • Autocar Trucks of the 1950s

    60 color + 70 b/w ill 10.25 x 8.5 May. 15, 2009 Autocar’s roots go way back into the early 1900s and became known for tough and rugged trucks. When WWII came, very few trucks for civilian use were produced and by the end many trucks were worn out from constant use. After the war, civilian production began again in full force because of the lack of new trucks. In 1950, when Autocar introduced the new driver cab, the louver design was eliminated. The old style flat windshield sleeper cabs were used up until

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  • Evolution of Cab-Forward Fire Trucks, Kent Parrish, Iconografix, 2010

    Evolution of Cab-Forward Fire Trucks, Kent Parrish, Iconografix, 2010 In 1938, American LaFrance pioneered the first cab-forward fire apparatus, then revolutionized the concept in 1945 with the classic 700 Series. In the 1950s, legendary names such as Ahrens Fox, Crown Firecoach, Mack, Maxim, Pirsch, and Seagrave began offering their own cab-forward versions. The cab-forward design became the glamour queen of fire apparatus. This volume traces the evolution of cab-forward fire apparatus from its fathering

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  • International Heavy Trucks of the 1950s

    International Heavy Trucks of the 1950s With worn-out trucks after World War II and plans laid out by the Federal Government to build the Interstate Highway System, truck production really took off in the 1950s. Companies and drivers who used International semi-trucks worked hard to deliver the goods. This large-picture format book shows the fine details of these trucks at work during this productive time period. Ron Adams is a lifelong big truck enthusiast who has spent many years amassing an archive of

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  • Autocar Trucks of the 1960s at Work

    40 color & 90 b/w ill 10.25 x 8.5 Oct. 15, 2009 As we start the 1960s, the current Autocar truck models were well on their way in popularity. White had purchased Autocar in 1953 yet Autocar trucks continued thru to the 1970s as part of the "Big Four" White brands. The Interstate Highway System was being expanded through the country in the '60s, but many roads were still rugged. The cure for many truckers was to buy an Autocar, highly regarded as a rough, tough and sturdy truck. Ron Adams picks out the best

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  • Peterbilt Trucks 1939-1979

    Paperback, 126 Pages B&W Ill: 90 - Color Ill: 32 Nov. 13, 2005 Peterbilts among enthusiasts. Starting in 1939 when Peterbilt was formed (after acquiring Fageol trucks), this golden era of trucking is portrayed through large period photographs when these heavy haulers were put to work. Captions not only tell about the truck, but also about the companies and owners who operated them. Ron Adams is a lifelong big truck enthusiast who has spent many years amassing an archive of vintage truck photos. This is his

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  • Peterbilt Trucks 1939-1979

    Paperback, 126 Pages B&W Ill: 90 - Color Ill: 32 Nov. 13, 2005 Peterbilts among enthusiasts. Starting in 1939 when Peterbilt was formed (after acquiring Fageol trucks), this golden era of trucking is portrayed through large period photographs when these heavy haulers were put to work. Captions not only tell about the truck, but also about the companies and owners who operated them. Ron Adams is a lifelong big truck enthusiast who has spent many years amassing an archive of vintage truck photos. This is his

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  • Kenworth Trucks

    B&W Ill: 75 - Color Ill: 46 Oct. 16, 2005 Founded in 1923, Kenworth has since become one of the most recognized names in American truck manufacturing. This book highlights the golden era of trucking in crisp period photographs that present a variety of trucking companies and their Kenworth trucks - in action. Kenworth trucks are featured at work in a variety of settings and jobs - from logging to hauling all types of commodities, including grain, oil and gasoline, livestock, lumber and meat. Photo shots

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