Old Vehicles: Old Trucks, Old Cars, Old Tractors
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This Brockway served a meat distributor.
Some companies are proud of their heritage.
The Citroen Type H (or H Van/H Type/HY) first went into production in 1947, meaning it’s celebrating over 60 years.
The first examples used Citroen Traction Avant running gear, later to be replaced by Citroen DS mechanicals. And there’s no prizes for guessing that those headlights were also found on the 2CV. Over its 34-year run the Type H was built in France and Belgium, and found close to 500,000 buyers. As well as being particularly popular on the home market, it was also a huge seller in the Netherlands.
Pictured is a 1974 model. There is a band that practices on my building. I would love to see them have like this one for traveling to shows.
This food distributor had some great old Dodge trucks
General Electric fire department in Schenectady, NY about 1949
We have a collection of very old truck pictures from old, old movies.
Here is what an old truck terminal looked like
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This 1940 Mack Tow Truck was photographed (1980’s) at the Mack Dealer in Worcester Massachusetts
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BEFeD BrewPub came to Nice, France.
Army wreckers have a constant design over the years. Here is an M108.
Built by Reo, the M108 wrecker is powered by a Reo/Continental Model OA-331, 4-cycle, in-line 6 cyl, 331 cu in gasoline engine coupled with a 5-sped synchromesh transmission and a 2-speed transfer case. With a fuel capacity of 50 gallons, it had a cruising range of 350 miles and an allowable speed of 62 mph.
This 1947 Green Island, NY fire truck, a product of American LaFrance, was donated to the New York State museum in Albany
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