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

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Navajo Freight Lines
Navajo, which was based out of Denver, CO, was purchased by ABF in 1978.
This picture was taken during a visit to the Navajo Freight Lines terminal in Ft. Wayne, IN during the spring of 1959. A Navajo GMC bobtail, along with what looks to be a military surplus tractor most likely used on the property, taken during a visit to the Navajo Freight Lines terminal in Ft. Wayne, IN during the spring of 1959. A Navajo International road tractor taken during a visit to the Navajo Freight Lines terminal in Ft. Wayne, IN during the spring of 1959.
This is not a Navajo Freight Lines power unit, at the truck stop just west of Angola, IN on U.S. 20 in the spring of 1959. The tractor could belong to General Expressways. A Navajo Freight Lines International taken in central Illinois in the spring of 1959. A Navajo Freight Lines Freightliner taken in central Illinois in the spring of 1959.
Nigro Freight Lines
Nigro was based in Hartford, CT.
Nigro Freight Lines Mack parked at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner or nearby in 1955 or 1956. Nigro Freight Lines GMC parked at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner or nearby in 1955 or 1956. Nigro Freight Lines International parked at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner or nearby in 1955 or 1956.
Nigro Freight Lines Mack parked at the Ft. Lee (NJ) diner or nearby in 1955 or 1956.
Norwalk Truck Lines
Norwalk's rights were purchased in 1969 by United Buckingham Freight Lines, Yellow Freight System, Central Transport, and International Cartage of Windsor, Ontario.
Norwalk Truck Lines GMC at the truck stop on U.S. 20 just west of Angola, IN, in 1959. Norwalk Truck Lines GMC, with a Boyce Motor Lines trailer, at the truck stop on U.S. 20 just west of Angola, IN, in 1959. Norwalk Truck Lines Mack at the truck stop on U.S. 20 just west of Angola, IN, in 1959.
Novick Transfer Company
Novick, based in Winchester, VA, was purchased in 1965 by Hemingway Transport of New Bedford, MA.
Novick Transfer Co. Mack at their terminal near Metuchen, NJ on U.S. 1 in the summer of 1959. Novick Transfer Co. White 3000 on U.S. 130 at Burlington, NJ in 1956.



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