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STAN HOLTZMAN PASSED AWAY ON NOVEMBER 4, 2005

Ritchie Ferrier's 1965 Peterbilt is seen here, "going off" with Bob Long's 1965 Kenworth at Irwindale Raceway in Irwindale, CA in 1967.

Lanny Schooler of Daggett, CA ran this Dodge Bighorn hauling petroleum up and odwn Interstate 15 and across Interstate 40 in Southern California.

An LT Mack is seen here with an overlength concrete structure. The photo was taken in 1965 in Montebello, CA. Progressive Transportation of Compton, CA owned this Mack.

An F Model Mack with a set of doubles hauls petroleum for Refiners Transport of Chicago, IL. The picture was taken in 1965 at Mike & Vic's Truck Stop near Toledo, Ohio.

A 1960 Autocar is seen here pullng for King's County Truck Lines of Tulare, CA. Truck #169 is the pride of the fleet, a living tribute to its driver, "Fatso" Wright who died several years ago.

One of the very first tilt-hood Peterbilts made, this 1966 model is seen here parked in Indio, CA. Don Peabody, dba California Ammonia Transport of Anaheim, CA owned this metallic blue and white truck and trailer.

D&O Transport of Washington ran this KW truck and trailer. The truck appears to be around a 1960 model, and though it once pulled for Bardahl products, it was loaded with apples.

Taken at Mike & Vic's Truck Stop in Toledo, Ohio, we see a 1960's International Emeryville pulling a livestock trailer for Carl Siebert & Sons of Elburn, IL.

Making the cover of Old Time Trucks Magazine, Jerry Malone's 1965 Kenworth is seen here in this 1970 picture taken in Visalia, CA. The rig hauled "Little Irvy," a 20 ton 38' frozen whale.

In this 1956 picture, we see an older Kenworth owned by Joe Cash of Pico Rivera, CA. The photo was taken at Trucker's Paradise, a favorite "watering hole" for truckers in the L.A. area in the 1950's.


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