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“Service Cars” at Work in New Zealand

Automobile ownership was not commonplace for many people in most parts of the world during the first thirty years of its use. The train or a bus was popular if a trip of some distance was necessary. This pair of photos show what the Kiwis called a “Service Car”, hard at work in Nelson, New…

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Pinching Pennies with the New 1937 Dodge Trucks

Although Dodge updated the styling of their light truck line to a new streamlined design in 1936, the revamp didn’t reach their medium duty offerings until 1937, following what the White Motor Company started in 1935 with their Model 704S (scroll down). In this photo, taken at a Plymouth and Dodge dealer in the Charlottesville,…

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A Gould Topped White Bus

A very nice and sharp image of a White bus carrying a Gould top probably taken for Gould in San Francisco. The photo is courtesy of Tom Jakeway who earlier treated us to a series of photos of attractive Gould-topped automobiles. The Camas Stage company may have been located in Camas, Washington which is northeast…

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A White Gasoline Delivery Truck

We are always on the look out for good truck photos but they seem to be in short supply. Perhaps because of their utilitarian nature, truck photos may not have been saved as often as car photos where. This White truck on pneumatic tires, gives us a good glimpse of what the average local gasoline delivery…

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The Rochester Car Line

A stylish bus body on a White truck chassis, shown on a street in Rochester, MN. The city is home to the world famous Mayo Clinic, which was started by William W. Mayo in the aftermath of the Great Tornado in 1883, because the city at the time had no medical facility. The Old Motor…

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