Fred Gruin Jr. Truck Pictures
March 30, 1941 - January 2, 2017

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Jonick Trucking
These purple Peterbilt tri-axle dumps were in the Jack Gray Transport Toledo terminal yard in the summer of 1970. Owner Jonick Trucking was based somewhere in southern Ohio. One of the drivers claimed he could carry as much weight as any semi-dump, and I believed him.
Jackroy Company
This Freightliner was owned by S.S. "Dutch" Grimm and leased to Jackroy, a paint company based in Bedford, OH. Dutch's nephew, John S. Grimm, is standing beside the truck. It was taken at the Triple O truck stop in Lodi, OH in 1959. John's folks owned the Triple 0.
Johnson Motor Lines
Johnson Motor Lines International taken at Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 Johnson Motor Lines International taken along U.S. 130, Burlington, NJ, in 1956. Johnson Motor Lines International taken along U.S. 40 in MD, summer of 1958.
This Johnson Motor Lines International was northbound on U.S. 1 in Washington, DC in the summer of 1958. This Johnson Motor Lines International was pulling an Atlantic States Motor Lines trailer through Washington, DC in the summer of 1958. These Johnson Motor Lines Internationals were traveling on U.S. 40in MD during the summer of 1958.
This Johnson Motor Lines International pulling a G F A trailer was stopped at a truck stop on U.S. 1 near Metuchen, NJ during the summer of 1959. G F A Transportation, based in Dothan, AL, was formerly known as Georgia-Florida-Alabama Transportation. This Johnson Motor Lines International is leaving the toll gate at the George Washington Bridge in 1955 or 1956. John Mason took the picture. This Johnson Motor Lines International was parked at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner in 1955 or 1956. John Mason took the picture.
Johnson Motor Lines sent this picture to Fred in the mid 50's. Johnson Motor Lines sent this picture to Fred in the mid 50's.



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