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Mexican Produce Trucks
A collection of photographs of Mexican produce trucks taken in the middle 80's in Nogales, AZ, where the Mexican winter produce is transferred to US trucks.
|Belair red and yellow gold Famsa tractors with Ramirez ice bunker blowers in Nogales, AZ 1986. Famsa tractors were based on International F2575 cabs and hoods.||Mora Famsa tractor with sleeper in Nogales, AZ 1987.||Green Tricar Famsa with old Ramirez trailer and extra large bumper in Nogales, AZ 1986.|
|Tricar Ramirez tractor no. 14 with Ramirez trailer. The bulge in the door was designed to allow a driver to be able to lay across both seats to rest. Nogales, AZ 1986.||Tricar Ramirez tractor no. 45 with Ramirez trailer. Nogales, AZ 1986.||Blue Ramirez tractor with Ramirez trailer with ice bunker blower with vents open. Nogales, AZ 1986.|
|Silver late model Ramirez R22 in Nogales, AZ 1986.||Dina 800 was manufactured uses parts and technical assistance from International. Nogales, AZ 1986.||Ramirez R200 in Nogales 1986 with old ice bunker blower trailer.|
|Line up of Dina tractor for the same fleet at a produce broker in Nogales, AZ 1986.||Line up on Mexican manufactured tractors in Nogales, AZ 1986. From left Kenmex Kenworth, Famsa, Ramirez, and Dina 800. Note two trailers have ice bunker blowers.||Dina 800 with Roca trailer equipped with an ice bunker blower. Nogales, AZ 1986.|
|Dina 861 in like new condition. Nogales, AZ 1986.||Dina 861 with heavy duty grain trailer. Trailer has a triaxle, dual landing gear and heavy duty sides.|
|Mexican Famsa trucks are basically International 1800 models. With the large size of their bodies over loading is very common.|
|Mexican Mack with a very small sleeper that may have been added later in the tractors life.||Mexican White 9000 with Autocar cab and shuttered grill was almost always an LTL carrier power unit. After being exported a small sleeper has been added.||Mexican Kenmex Kenworth is part of very well appointed fleet. All Mexican trucks photographed in the late 1980's in Nogales, AZ.|
|Mexican truck lineup||International truck taken in Mexico||White Western Star|
|Mexican KenMex reefer||Rameriz reefer|
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