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Diamond T ad for the "Jimmy" Diesel engine. This ad is from a 1958 Saturday Evening Post Magazine.
This picture is from Ralph Goff's collection.
Kenworth ad for the "Jimmy" Diesel engine. The ad came from the Saturday Evening Post Magazine.
This is from Ralph Goff's collection.
1950's brochure from Consolidated Freightways
Here is the front cover of brochure from Consolidated Freightways with documentation covering international exports. The date of this brochure is 1961. Here is the rear cover of brochure from Consolidated Freightways with documentation covering international exports. Some brochures from Garrison Fast Freight, a division of Consolidated Freightways, which served Alaska.
Here is the front cover of brochure from Consolidated Freightways with documentation covering international exports. The date of this brochure is 1961.Here is the rear cover of brochure from Consolidated Freightways with documentation covering international exports. Blowup of one of the drawings of a Sea-Van set of doubles.
Sterling ad for logging trucks. Ken Goudy Collection. Old Alcoa Wheels advertisement from an old trucking magazine from Ken Goudy's collection.
Ad for Reliance Trailers, showing an older Kenworth with Ranier Beer doubles. Ken Goudy Collection. Ad for Trailmobile Trailers, showing a Peterbilt truck and trailer hauling for LASME. Ken Goudy Collection. 1940 advertisement for Kenworth trucks from an old trucking magazine from Ken Goudy's collection.
Advertisement from Spartan Express when they were a part of Calibre Systems. They operated in the Southeast. Ken Goudy Collection. Ad from NW Transport. Ken Goudy Collection. Eland-Stewart became Bestway Motor Freight running Seattle, Spokane and Moses Lake, Washington. This was loaned to Ken Goudy.



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