Re: A few reefers unloading produce in Chicago
1940s Mack is another close match to the 10 wheeler near the back right.
On Monday, August 1, 2022 at 09:44:44 AM CDT, T Larson <mhrreast@...> wrote:
The two trucks on the right have very interesting body style, one that I have never seen before, the very low sides.
It is easy to imagine that the bottom line of lettering on the nearest truck says
followed by some digits, so perhaps a phone number.
Truck ID starting at bottom right and going CW: best guesses per images in "American Truck Spotters Guide"
Dodge 48 - 53
foreground truck can't see cab
Diamond T late 30's (best guess) or late 30's Federal, or late 30's Stewart
Chevrolet 41 - 47, the cutaway front fenders indicates 42 - 45 military truck per "75 Years of Chevrolet"
Chevrolet canopy delivery van 48 - 55
?? Very distinctive fender and cab, I don't see a confident match......... perhaps late 30's REO, 40's Federal,
car 51 Olds
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