John Comstock's Brother's Collection

Craig Comstock Truck Pictures

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Here are some photos of my younger brother's 1981 Pete. He is retired now.
A souvenir shift knob My brother in the top left photo!  
This is the truck my brother Craig drove at RPS was parked in drive way at my fathers and mothers house in Brea California the International tractor is a 1985 I remember running to Denver Colorado with CF Motor Freight one trip on I-70 some were in Utah I spotted his truck yelled at him on the CB radio so we stopped on each side of the highway and got out and talk to one another for a little bit, the was a good day to run into your brother on the highway!
This is a photo out of a old magazine for Goodyear truck tires for the trucking company ONC and So-Cal freight lines! I really like this old magazine photo! My brother Craig and myself put some of our truck shirt patches together in a Photo frame, these are really nice truck patches! Brother Craig matchbooks covers! I contributed the CF matchbook and the Live Stock Transport one!
Love the advertisement on the back of this Navajo matchbook ( Navajo Squeezable Squaws) I doubt if you get away with this today! This is some of my brother Craig’s trucking memorabilia that he has put on a poster board I like it, and a good idea!  
My brother put a new doorknob to the trucking room! You have to love this! And also added a sign that I gave him. Some more of my brothers matchbook Collection.
Another one of my brother Craig’s trucking memorabilia what a nice piece of Milne Truck Lines history this clip board is so cool just one little chip on one corner! Some more of my brother's trucking day memories with this company! My brother Craig's old Viking Jacket that he received a long time ago it’s so cool.
One of my brother's old ONC matchbook covers One of Craig’s Navajo Business cards.
My brother Craig went to work for Reddaway Truck Lines in 1989 The Terminal was at 12133 Greenstone Ave Santa Fe Springs Ca. The first Los Angeles Terminal for Reddaway .

The before and after photo of the dock. The Terminal was the old Atlas Freight Lines Terminal. Our father and Don Trexler started Atlas Freight Lines in the 1950’s

The photo of the drivers, my brother Craig is the one that is circled.

More of Craig’s Reddaway days
The photo is my brother Craig Some more of my brother Craig when he was with Reddaway  

heses three coffee cups are my brother Craig’s and I really love these cups they are in his trucking room.

Wish they were in my trucking room!

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