Doug McKenzie Collection - Wilson's Trucks Lines
Wilson's Truck Lines Collection

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Ford Louisville, taken at Aldershot Ontaro in 1977 whle underloading at the old Plains Road Dominion Store. Wilson's delivered most of the refrigerated goods while Laidlaw handled the dry goods. At the time of the picture, Wilson's Louisvilles didn't have power steering. Mack B-61, taken at Wilson's Etobicoke Ontario yard in 1976. Number 1528 refers to an owner-operator's tractor. White 4000 Diesel in a Snowstorm.
White 4000 Diesel, butterfly hood with 250 Cummins engine. At Etobicoke Ontario, Fall 1976. White 4000. Another owner-operator's tractor, this one was powered by a White 6-200A Mustang gas engine. It regularly ran from Etobicoke to Hamilton Ontario where it shunted trailers at Procter and Gamble for Wilson's. White 4000 Diesel with fibreglass tilt hood. Looks as though it was formerly a Wilson's unit. Taken in Scarborough Ontario, early Winter 1977.
Restored and drive-lined up-graded White 4000 at a Toronto-area truck show in the late 80's. This tractor was the last one in service Mack RS-795LST owned by Keith Post, taken during fall 1976. Kenworth W-900L at Toronto Ontario, 1998. SMX on tractor door used to stand for Supermarket Express, a division of Wilson's Truck Lines, but it now stands for Specialized Motor Express today.
International 2010A Fleetstar from Wilson's Truck Lines. Prior to the introduction of the 2070A Series Fleetstars, the gasoline-powered Internationals were a favourite with many carriers for re-powering with 6-71 Detroit Diesels as this particular International was. Doug McKenzie Collection. Here's a Wilson Mack R dragging up Highway 401 westbound at Port Hope Ontario in the summer of 1976. Doug McKenzie Collection.

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