White-Freightliner Trucks of the 1960s

White-Freightliner Trucks of the 1960s
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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781583882641
Publisher: Enthusiast Books
Series: At Work
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In 1951, Freightliner signed an agreement with the White Motor Co. to sell Freightliner trucks through White Dealerships. The trucks became White-Freightliner, gaining momentum through the 1950s and exploding in sales through the 1960s. As you look at the photos on the pages of this book, you will see just a few of the many different customers and hauling jobs they did in the peak of their popularity. Small, medium or large hauling jobs, White-Freightliners fit right in to the needs of the trucking industry.

The author

Ron Adams is a lifelong big truck enthusiast who has spent many years amassing an archive of vintage truck photos. His books include 100 Years of Semi Trucks, Big Rigs of the 1950s, Big Rigs of the 1960s, Semi Trucks of the 1970s, and Mack Trucks. He lives in Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9781583882641
Illustrations: 50 color & 70 b-w photos
Size: 10.3 in x 8.5 in x 0.437 in / 261.62 mm x 215.9 mm x 11.112 mm
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