A highly visual study examines the important role of trucking in the growth of North America in the 1960s, when stiff competition led to failures and mergers. With 120 images and evocative writing, it encapsulates the histories of the major, minor, obscure, but nonetheless historically significant truck manufacturers. Detailed captions and supportive text complement contemporary brochures, period literature, factory photos, and over fifty new, previously unpublished colour photos of restored examples to relate the importance of these historic vehicles.Dodge was now in the heavy-duty, diesel truck business. a#39;Servi-Swinga#39; front fenders swung out 110 degrees for easy, walk-in engine maintenance. The swing -out fender could act as a temporary place for tools, on a specially-designed inneranbsp;...
|Title||:||American Trucks of the 1960s|
|Publisher||:||Veloce Publishing Ltd - 2010-09-01|