|This is Al Ladilia in an Associated truck I think it's a White 4000 or 9000. Al Ladilia Collection.||Al Ladelia took this picture of a Hall's L9000 Ford. Al Ladilia Collection.||Al Ladelia took this picture of a Byrns L9000 Ford. Al Ladilia Collection.|
|Al Ladelia took this picture of a Byrns White Road Boss. Al Ladilia Collection.||Here is a spec sheet for the 318 Detroit given to Steve by Massero Detroit.||Associated Transport 1953 Brown tractor. Al Ladelia Collection.|
|This is a picture someone took of Steve, standing next to his L9000 Ford at Hornell NY when he drove for Carolina.||This photo belongs to Rod Rebman, taken of him in the 70s when he drove for Mushroom. It's hard to tell for sure, but it's most likely a U model Mack.||GMC 9500 simular to the one I drove for Shay's Service hooked to an Ohio 40' fiberglass trailer that was painted to celebrate the 1976 Bicentenial.|
|This photo is the International 9200 I drive for Yellow taken at Canandaguia, N.Y. The Swamp Holly Orange paint is peeling off and red is showing because it was an American Freightways line haul tractor before Yellow bought it. The trailer is a 48 Ft Great Dane that was a previously enjoyed Ames Stores trailer before Yellow bought it.||Yellow Freight promo picture of a GMC Brigadier pulling doubles along the old US-30 westbound towards Castle Mountain, OR. Andy Melia Collection.||Yellow Freight promo picture of a GMC Brigadier pulling doubles along a long bridge. Location unknown. Andy Melia Collection.|
|I took a picture of Mack Mixon Friday on his last day of work before retirement standing next to the Volvo he drives for Yellow. Mack will be missed by his customers & coworkers, but most of all he will miss the trucks.|
|Carolina set of doubles was given to me when I visited the C. Grier Beam Truck Museum.||Red Star Express Calendar when they were part of TNT, now they are USF Red Star.|
|Here are a few Interstate System photos from some literature loaned to me by Andy Melia.|
|Consolidated Freightways pamplet from the Al Ladelia Collection||TIME-DC promotional photo from the Al Ladelia Collection||TIME-DC promotional photo from the Al Ladelia Collection|
|This picture was on a Carolina Freight Carrier points list from 1992.|
|Steve found a few postcards that Saulsbury Fire Equipment gave him in the early 80's|
|Cardinal heavy duty rescue body on an American LaFrance Century series cab and custom chassis.||Cardinal Series 21' Rescue body on a Mack R-Model.||Here is a factory picture of an American LaFrance Pioneer.|
|This trailer was parked behind a mall in Victor, NY||International Eagles loaded with bridge beams at Mansfield, PA.||This R Model Mack belongs to New England Motor Freight. I took this picture in Victor, NY.|
|I took this picture in Victor N. Y. of Jerry Welch's White. Jerry drove for Carolina, and when they closed the Rochester terminal he decided to buy a truck to do local cartage with.
This White was his assigned vehicle at Carolina, and was for sale at the time. So he bought it, painted it, and put it to work. Since Jerry has owned it he has rebuilt, or updated most of the components recently replacing the cab, with a newer aluminum one.
Jerry has always taken good care of his trucks, and this one really is nice inside, and out..
It was Carolina line haul tractor #07-2591 then city tractor #05-1828
|1962 Dodge was at a garage I stopped at one day on US 20||My next door neighbor helps with the pea harvest. Sometimes he drives this International||His other part time job is driving milk tanker. This Ford LT9000 is one he drives|
|I took this picture in Cleveland in 2002. This truck belongs to Burr Niswonger from Terre Houte Indiana. It is a 1941 White WA 2064 Y P. This was one of two trucks that carried the luggage for the tourists that rode on the buses.||B Model Mack log truck with a Prentice loader was parked at a lumber company lot on US 15south of Corning N Y||White GMC roll off belonged to CID Disposal|
|I trained people to drive trucks for a few years. This L9000 is a truck I used.|
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