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Moving Vans
This picture was taken at a Mayflower yard in Indianapolis, Indiana about 1970-71. Our truck is on the left. The trailer is a 32 foot Trailmobile.
Moving Vans
This picture was taken in 1971 showing power units and fuel truck in the Mayflower yard in Indianapolis, Indiana.
General Trucks
Taken in west Texas, somewhere in July 1972. The truck on the left is a Freightiner for CH Transport. Next to it is an International COE with doubles for Frito-Lay. Then our Ford COE with our 42 ft. tandem axle trailer. It had a Detroit 238 with a 2 speed rear end and 10 speed transmission. Then two bull haulers on the right with a Kenworth hooked to one.
Warren Transport
This was our first load with Warren. It was taken at the then Union 76 truck stop in Austin, MN around March 1973. The load was going to Greenbush,, Roseau, Warroad, Baudette, MN.
Warren Transport
Our single axle Ford with a load of Ford mini-loaders from Erickson Corp on a 20 inch step deck in front of our house in Bloomington, MN around January-March 1973.
Warren Transport
This Mack had a Maxi-Dyne engine and was our second truck. The load was three Massey Ferguson tractors on a 12 inch step deck taken at the Boondocks Cafe Fuel Stop on US 20 / I-35 near Williams, Iowa in the summer of 1973.
Warren Transport
This was taken in Ankeny, IA about June or July 1973. These two arms and crates were from The Bantem Corp. plant in Waverly, Iowa. This may have been an export load going to New Orleans, Louisiana.
Warren Transport
This picture was taken at American Hoist & Derrick Co. plant in St. Paul, MN in 1974. A couple of crane booms on a combine trailer. Also a large gear wheel in the belly of the trailer. My Father on the right is talking to the shipping manager.


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