DIVCO Milk Truck

These DIVCO Milk Trucks are one of my favorites

Old Vehicles: Old Trucks, Old Cars, Old Tractors

all vintage trucks

This is the greatest WebSite to see pictures of old trucks.

He has Mack (a favorite) but a lot else too.
Brockway Truck

This Brockway served a meat distributor.

Delivery Vans

Novick Brothers

Some companies are proud of their heritage.


Especialy this food distributor in Philadelphia
Citroen Truck

The Citroen Type H (or H Van/H Type/HY) first went into production in 1947, meaning it’s celebrating over 60 years.


The first examples used Citroen Traction Avant running gear, later to be replaced by Citroen DS mechanicals. And there’s no prizes for guessing that those headlights were also found on the 2CV. Over its 34-year run the Type H was built in France and Belgium, and found close to 500,000 buyers. As well as being particularly popular on the home market, it was also a huge seller in the Netherlands.
Pictured is a 1974 model. There is a band that practices on my building. I would love to see them have like this one for traveling to shows.
PGF-Lester Company

This food distributor had some great old Dodge trucks


PGF-Lester Company



GE Fire Dept

General Electric fire department in Schenectady, NY about 1949

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Very Old Trucks

We have a collection of very old truck pictures from old, old movies.

Here is what an old truck terminal looked like

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Traveling in Europe?
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French
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Mack Tow Truck

This 1940 Mack Tow Truck was photographed (1980's) at the Mack Dealer in Worcester Massachusetts

BEFeD BrewPub came to Nice

BEFeD BrewPub came to Nice, France.

Was easy to find! Right on the Promenade. You could see this truck (a BALILLA / FIAT) on their restaurant sign and on their delivery trucks. Alas! It is now a plain old Hard Rock Cafe.
Army M108 wrecker

Army wreckers have a constant design over the years. Here is an M108.


Built by Reo, the M108 wrecker is powered by a Reo/Continental Model OA-331, 4-cycle, in-line 6 cyl, 331 cu in gasoline engine coupled with a 5-sped synchromesh transmission and a 2-speed transfer case. With a fuel capacity of 50 gallons, it had a cruising range of 350 miles and an allowable speed of 62 mph.
1947 Green Island Fire Truck

This 1947 Green Island, NY fire truck, a product of American LaFrance, was donated to the New York State museum in Albany



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#2 Salvage #2 Salvage

#2 Salvage was my favorite fire engine when I was growing up.

<> Lot of people said it wasn't "pretty" like later fire engines. They were right. It had the "tough guy" look it deserved. When you saw it "growl" out of the Central Fire Station on Elizabeth Street, you knew to get out of its way: it had a job to do. Even the back end said it all: "KEEP BACK 200 FEET"; no cute little sign like "please don't follow me to close". Two great pictures of #2 Salvage. Loved how they would open the side covers on the engine so it didn't overheat when they were working a fire.
www.dictionary.ms Truck used by the New York Central Railroad

New York Central Railroad had a huge fleet of trucks for a variety of purposes.

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DeSoto Taxi

WOW! I can remember these DeSoto Taxi's in New York City.

1958 DeSoto Sellathon

During the 1958 Recession, a St Louis car dealer ran a 64-hour straight Sellathon to increase sales

Garbage Truck Dealers: Used and Salvage


Let us search our numerous sources for you. Contact us, give us your location, specifications of the truck you want, and the price you want to pay. "We Talk Trash"!
1952 Hotchkiss Truck

Hotchkiss Trucks


Watching a classic car rally, I saw an old truck called a Hotchkiss. See the 1952 Hotchkiss pictured at left. It was really neat so I searched out some facts.

Benjamin B. Hotchkiss was born in Watertown, Connecticut in 1826. Starting in the 1850s, he was employed as a gunmaker in Hartford. In 1867, Hotchkiss moved to France and set up a munitions factory in Saint-Denis, near Paris, named Hotchkiss et Cie. He developed a revolving barrel machine gun (in French: "canon-revolver") known as the Hotchkiss gun.

An embarrassment of profits at the turn of the twentieth century prompted the company to move into the car business to avoid attracting too much attention from the French government. In 1954, Hotchkiss purchased French manufacturer Delahaye, closing down their automotive line but continuing to produce Hotchkiss-Delahaye trucks for a few months before eliminating the Delahaye name completely. After 1954, Hotchkiss manufactured Jeeps under licence from Willys. In 1956, Hotchkiss merged with French car manufacturer Brandt, producing jeeps at their factory near Paris for the French military until 1966. The firm was merged into Thomson-Houston in 1966 and in 1970 stopped producing vehicles of any sort. In the early 1970s, the Hotchkiss marque disappeared, as the French conglomerate came to be known as Thomson-Brandt. This, in turn, was Thomson SA. The name of the Hotchkiss firm is associated with a form of power transmission called the Hotchkiss drive.

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1941 Lincoln Squad Car

This New Hartford, NY fire truck, termed a "squad car" was converted from a Lincoln. Hence, a "Professional Car". To me, it looks older than 1941, but maybe than was the year it was converted.

1956 Salvage Truck

The Lincoln was replaced in 1956. No longer a Professional Car, it became a truck.

Tucker Automobile Club of America

TUCKER AUTOMOBILES

mobile pizza restaurant
Here is a truck that turned into a mobile pizza restaurant
EG Forrest

This food distributor had some great old trucks

EG Forrest

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In addition we are a full service MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operational Supplies) supplier. If you are in the construction or farming business, we are your source.

Beech Grove Pumper

Beech Grove Pumper.


Beech Grove was a major New York Central Railroad shop near Indianapolis. Now it is an Amtrak shop. See other New York Central fire departments.
(Photo clipped from an old New York Central Headlight)
Oriskany 1941 Fire Truck
Oriskany 1941 Fire Truck; a GMC
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Current "Professional Car" in Utica, New York.
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Dave's Catering

This old truck in Shelton, Connecticut belongs to
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Alpha Romeo Truck
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Freihoefer bakery truck
This 1940 truck from the Freihoefer Bakery was a familiar scene in upstate New York. These trucks replaced horse carts.
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Divco Truck
Here is another DIVCO Truck
Military Vehicles  in Nice

In August 2010, 66 years after the Americans, British and Free French recaptured Nice, France from the Nazi's, there was a commemeration. Lots of old military vehicles!


Starting at the end of the parade, here is the wrecker.
Military Vehicles  in Nice

2 1/2 ton waits while jeep asks directions

Military Vehicles  in Nice

tank arrives in town

Military Vehicles  in Nice

In the "reinactment"Army, these guys from St Raphel belong to the 36th Division (Texas) and are responsible for this "deuce and a half"

Military Vehicles  in Nice

Here is another view of the wrecker

Military Vehicles  in Nice

Driving the Jeep (Willys, of course) is a 2-Star General in the "reinactment army". By 1963, Ford made them, but they were not much different. Think the "General" bought his rank as he owns 6 WWII vehicles. I'm envious!

Military Vehicles  in Nice

Staff car (1941 Plymouth) parks next to ambulance (a Dodge)

Nice Auto Club Jean Behra Historic Car Rally

Nice Auto Club Jean Behra Historic Car Rally



This was a 3 day, 900 km course through the Alpes-Maritimes Department of France, and into Italy. The 1928 Alfa Romeo, Model 1500 Sport; has 6 cylinders. It even carried 2 spare tires.
See more of the historic cars in the rally
Nice Auto Club Jean Behra Historic Car Rally
1939 Ford Deluxe

Pictured at left is a 1939 Ford Deluxe



Shown at right is the famous Pontiac "Ghost Car"

1939 Pontiac Ghost Car

Drop-Ship - The Ultimate



Imagine the bicycle delivery person in the picture pedaling through a “pedestrian zone”. His first stop is a small T-Shirt store. He brings their package inside and gets a signature on his hand-held device. Next, he delivers a smaller package to a teenager in a nearby apartment. Again he gets a signature. You have just seen the tail end of the supply chain.
Drop ship
Now we have even more trucks
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