|Lee & Eastes Fageol truck and trailer. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|This photo is an early 1930's Fageol tanker belonging to West Coast Transport, a division of Lee & Eastes Auto Freight. Picture taken in Portland Oregon. Fageol is the predecessor of Peterbilt. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a Lee & Eastes 1929 Fageol. The driver is Vic Johnson their first driver and Mr. George Eastes talking to him outside cab. Ken Goudy Collection.||This picture shows a 1920's Fageol truck belonging to Inland Auto Freight. It was taken in Spokane, WA. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|This photo is a 1930's Fageol . Picture taken in Spokane, WA in 1930 by Libby Photographers. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1929 Fageol belonging to a Pacific Northwest transfer company called Martin Transfer Company. Ken Goudy Collection.||This picture shows a late 1930's Fageol tractor trailer unit belonging to Conyes Freight Lines. Conyes was merged into PIE in 1939. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a picture of a 1938 Fageol off-road logging truck model 10-66 with a 150 Cummins diesel engine. This truck belongs to Rick McClerkin of San Jose, CA. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here are two pictures of a Fageol which belonged to Sunset Motor Freight. Sunset handled much of the freight between Seattle and the Yakima Valley. They were later bought out by Lee & Eastes. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is an old picture of a Fageol hauling for Portland Pendleton Motor Freight Inc. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is an early color picture of a Consolidated Freightways cabover Fageol. The truck is a 1936 Fageol, the box is 22' long and the trailer is 28' long.
This was part of Roger W. Sackett's collection, and is not part of Ken Goudy's collection.
|Here is a photo of S & S Auto Freight Fageol in Seattle area in the 1930's. S&SE was around for a long time and may still be in business. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Mark Rohlfs owned this 1955 Fageol Twin Coach which was used as a mobile post office in Oregon. On another note, West Coast Fast Freight had similar mail operation in the 50's, using this type of coach as a highway post office between Wenatchee, WA and the Canadian border.|
|1953 Fageol FVL3080 delivery van that was discovered when some buildings were demolished in Kentucky. Charles Dodd Collection.|
|All Photos are from the Linus Joseph Garcia Jr. Collection|
|Fageol Company photograph. L.J. Garcia's father is in the middle row the 6th standing man in white with his arm folded across his chest.|
|Fageol Special Inter-City Safety Coach side view||Fageol Special Inter-City Safety Coach front view||Fageol Special Inter-City Safety Coach rear view|
|Fageol Special Inter-City Safety Coach specs from the back of the photo|
|Specs of the Fageol Safety Coach Suburban Street Car (rear of photo)||Front view of the Fageol Safety Coach Suburban Street Car||Rear view of the Fageol Safety Coach Suburban Street Car|
|Bus 8 license 911-Cal23-504||Los Angeles Railway 2303||Safety Coach dealer 1B-15|
|Fageol truck airplane transport.. any info? The photo taken or printed in Sacramento Cal. by McCurry Foto||Fageol truck hauling ZEROLENE (The Standard Oil for Motor Cars)|
|Fageol Vans brochure
Tom Langford Collection
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