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Model “A” Fords To Go – Taylor Truck-a-Way Co. – @TheOldMotor

This load of three new 1930 Model “A” Fords is on a semi-trailer manufactured by the Taylor Truck-a-Way Co. of Los Angeles, CA. At the time, a rig of this type was used for local and regional transport, and long-distance transport of… Read More ›

Budd Manufacturing Co. all Steel Bodies for Dodge Brothers Cars — Reblog from The Old Motor

The Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Company began operations in Philadelphia, PA, in 1912 manufacturing pressed steel stampings, automobile bodies, and parts. It was the fulfillment of Budd’s goal to produce all-steel automobile bodies that were more durable, stronger, less expensive… Read More ›

Gas Station Series: Shell “Green Streak” – A Unique Fuel Pump and Oil Dispenser — The Old Motor

Today’s lead image contains a view of filling station attendant A.I. Norrell and a gentleman posing at a modern Shell facility located in San Diego, California. 221 more words via Gas Station Series: Shell “Green Streak” – A Unique Fuel Pump… Read More ›

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