|White 3000 diesel tractor.||A White cement truck picture given to me by the White truck copy in the 1960's.||Some White garbage trucks for West Vancouver, BC, this picture given to me by the White truck company in the 1960's.|
|Taken at a truck stop in Fife, WA in 1986.||Taken along US-99 near Merced, CA in 1989.||Taken at Expo86 in Vancouver. This is one of the vintage White trucks belonging to Labatts Breweries.|
|Another picture of the vintage White fleet belonging to Labatts Breweries.||Here is a rear view of the trailer, which is pulled by the vintage White tractor.||Close shot of the grill of the above White.|
|A close shot of the logo that is on the White.||Here is a shot of a White truck and trailer. The year of the truck is about 1936-1938. The truck is owned by Arrowhead Freight Lines, which operated from LA to Salt Lake City. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a picture of a White diesel grain hauler belonging to R.C. Tuttle Company of Rector, Arkansas. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|All 3 of these White Road Boss were leased to A. & P. Trans. Inc. of Marlborough, Massachusetts. All of these pictures were taken in Marlborough, Massachusetts in 1984.|
|Here is a photo of a White 3000 tanker that was owned by Dairyland which has now become Dairyworld. This picture was taken in Sardis, BC in 1962.||Here is a picture of a White Road Commander COE moving van with drom taken in Vancouver, BC in 1980.|
|Here is a picture of a 1912-1914 White 5 Ton logging truck belonging to Savage-Scofield of enumclaw, WA. This picture was taken in 1915 as is from the White Trucks archive. Ken Goudy Collection.||These White trucks, hauled logs in California in the 1920's. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a picture of a 1911 White 3 Ton truck belonging to The Standard Brewing Company of Clevland, Ohio. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|1936 White model 718 belonging to Frankfort Distrilleries, Inc. of Louisville, Kentucky. Ken Goudy Collection.||1939 White model 718 belonging to Frankfort Distrilleries, Inc. of Balitmore, Maryland. The trailer is a Fruehauf. Frankfort Distilleries had two of these trucks and they operated in the city of Baltimore from warehouse to steamship lines and railroad stations. Ken Goudy Collection.||John Labatt's White truck fleet. These are models 810T. The picture was taken in 1944. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a picture of a 1935 White model 620 owned by John Labatt Limited. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is another unique looking White that was owned by John Labatt's Ltd. This truck or one like it went to Vancouver, BC in 1986 for Expo. Ken Goudy Collection.||This picture was taken in 1939. It shows two White tractor trailer units, models 805T and 819T. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a 1933 White model 58-SS 7 1/2 Ton truck owned by G. Krueger Brewing Company of Newark, NJ. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a picture of a White model 820 belonging to Shell Oil. This picture was taken in Detroit in 1944. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a picture of a White model WA20 tanker owned by Conoco. This picture was taken in Ponca City, OK. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a picture of a 1929 White 59, six wheel truck and trailer belonging to Bowman Dairy Company of Chicago. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1932 White model 691 tractor pulling a set of trailers. This unit is owned by Bowman Dairy Company. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1945 White model WA2264 owned by Bowman Dairy of Chicago. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a 1930 White tractor model 51-A pulling a trailer with three small milk delivery trucks.Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1937 White model 820 experimental tilt cab. Notice the stablizing bars. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a close up of the notice on the stablizing bars for the experimental tilt-cab. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a 1938 White truck model 991 tandem diesel made for Mitchubichi, Japan.|
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
|Here are two pictures of a 1940 White model 708 Super Power belonging to The Mason and Dixon Lines.
This is part of Ken Goudy's collection.
|Here is a 1932 White model 691SW410 tandem tractor.Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1949 White model WC-28T with sleeper. The truck belongs to D'Anna Brothers Produce Company of Shreveport, LA. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a picture of a 1946 White model WA20 lumber truck owned by E.K. Wood Lumber Company of Los Angeles, CA. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is an image of a White truck promotional poster from the late 30's to 40's. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1948 White model 3018 truck belonging to Cleveland Cartage. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1950 White 3000 belonging to The Ralston Purina Company. It's hard to look at this picture for very long. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a picture of a So-Cal White 3000, hooked up to a short single axle trailer. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a White 3000 with sleeper belonging to Lee Brothers Inc. of Chicago. IL. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a White 3000 refrigerated meat truck belonging to David Bernard Company Distributor. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a picture of some six-ton 6x6 Prime Mover Trucks built by White Motor Company for the US Army. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a picture of some 666 Bridge Builders, a White WA model "Super Power," and some 444's. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1931 White cab-over model C41. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|Here is a picture of 1947 White model WA2264 tanker belonging to the City of Long Beach, CA. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a picture of a 1950 White model WC22T owned by Shedd-Bartush Foods, Inc. of Detriot. Ken Goudy Collection.||Here is a 1931 White model 54 owned by Old Oregon Trail, taken in Walla Walla, WA in 1931. Old Oregon Trail became a part of Inland Motor Frieght. Ken Goudy Collection.|
|White 5000 cabover. Ken Goudy Collection.||1932 White 643. Exhibited in the 1999 Minneapolis ATHS show. Bruce Ohnstad photo.||The name of the gas station was Palangio's. You can see the sign. My dad is talking to the driver. The picture was taken in 1936 in Cochrane, Ontario. Canada. Sylvia (Palangio) Colan Collection.|
|Here is a picture of the White M3A1 armored scout car when Bill bought it. It was a cut up hulk out of a scrap yard. Bill Zukauskas Collection.||1941 White Truck Company M3A1 armored scout car. The picture was taken at a museum display that Bill attended in New Orleans in 2001. Still has the original Hercules JXD engine. Bill Zukauskas Collection.||Taken at a D-Day Museum event in New Orleans in December 2001. Bill Zukauskas Collection.|
This is a 1975 White "Construcktor" Truck fully refurbished from the inside to the outside, it is immaculate! The truck has a modified Cummins 600HP Engine, Spicer 5 X 4 transmission, 6.38 differential ratio, long wheel base, 30K front axle with severe duty front spring, 65K Rockwell rear axle, 65K Rockwell rear springs, 12.00 X 20 rear tires, 445x65Rx22.5 front tires, ultra duty 5th wheel, triple frame and quadruple frame from middle to rear, jake brakes, dual exhaust, and more!
This meticulously maintained truck is our show heavy hauler work truck - "Prime Mover"
Owner: Jorge R. Fontanez, MSME, PE
R.F. Equipment Corp.
San Juan, Puerto Rico
1928 type 57 1 1/4 ton taken at Wallace, Idaho. There were 841 of these made between 1927 and 30. the largest production year was 1928 at 590. The owner of this White truck (Bob Van Kleek) has the only two remaining, the one in this picture and one he has for parts.
The car setting next to it is a 1951 Crosley wagon that belongs to the Shoshone Shrine Club.
|A.S. Horner Contractor White WA from Denver, CO
M. Borchert Collection
|Here are some White truck brochures and ads from the collection of Hank Rabe|
|White Specifications Model WA-14 Price in pencil is $3,300.00||Chassis Diagram and Dimensions Model WA-14 printed April 1941||White WA-14 sales brochure|
|White WA-14 sales brochure||White Model WA-22 sales brochure|
|White Model WA-22 sales brochure|
|White Specifications Model WA-22 Price in pencil is $5,500.00||Chassis Diagram and Dimensions Model WA-22 printed August 1945|
|These White Truck Brochures came from fellow drivers of Dennis Shull, Barry & Rick Coffey.|
|E-Mail any comments to Hank Suderman|
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