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Vintage and Contemporary TRUCKS--RESTORED PHOTO ENLARGEMENTS

Fatjack's is now offering reprints of a select group of photographs from David A. Bontrager's private collection (the collection is in excess of 50,000 images) for others to enjoy. These historical and collectible photos of vintage antique trucks would be nice additions to a collection of trucking memorabilia. The photos would be ideal in an office, den, hobby room, or would even add a touch of nostalgia to a diner. The photo sample is shown with "Fatjack's Sample" ghosted on it - the photo you receive will not have this ghost image. At the request of the buyer, David will hand sign the photo.

Many more photos to be listed soon. Check back often!!!

Photo Restoration by DABble Publishing & Imaging--Division of Fatjack's Diesel Smoke & Dreams

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PHOTO E-291
A typical western bull hauler.  Conventional 379 Peterbilt with flattop sleeper and a Wilson tri-axle livestock trailer.  Tri-axle livestock trailers are common from Nebraska to the West Coast.  I took this photo in Nebraska in the mid-1990s.


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PHOTO E-292
A 359 Peterbilt with flattop sleeper bull hauler.  I took this photo in the mid-1990s somewhere in Nebraska


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PHOTO E-293
A typical livestock hauler in the Northwest.  A 53’ trailer front with a short trailer to the rear.  I took this photo in the mid-1990s in Idaho.

 


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PHOTO E-294
Grant’s Range Bulls, Utah.  A 379 Peterbilt truck and pull trailer.  The Pete is powered by a 12V-71 Detroit Diesel.  I took this photo in the mid-1990s in Utah.

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PHOTO E-295
Dave & Eric Shine, “Total Dedication”.  A long wheelbase Peterbilt with flattop sleeper and spread-axle Utility reefer trailer.  This truck is so cool!  I took this photo in the mid-1990s in Flagstaff, Arizona.

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PHOTO E296
1970 Needle nose Peterbilt owned by David & Debbie Brewer, nickname “Beerman”.  The truck features a very large Double Eagle sleeper.  This was the first Double Eagle sleeper with the entry door at the rear of the sleeper.  I took this photo in the late-1990s when David was still leased to Passport Transport and when Passport Transport was still an independent company.  Today David is independent and Passport Transport was bought out by FedEx.  We have more photos of David’s truck, including after it was re-painted red.  Send us an email if you are interested.
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PHOTO E-297
Hodge’s Truck Stop, London (Lily), Kentucky.  B61 Mack integral sleeper, Watkins Motor Lines.  Photo taken in 1959.  This is a very unique and extremely rare photo.  It’s a snapshot taken by an employee of the truck stop, and was hung on the wall of the truck stop for many years.  It is stained, has markings on it, and every other type of abuse you can think of, but it is a very neat photo.  It definitely shows its age and abuse, and is certainly less than perfect.  Trucking was much different in the 1950s than it is today; in fact, it was a whole different world.  Not only was the trucking industry different during the regulation era, but the equipment, technology, and even the people and drivers were different.  This photo is definitely a valuable piece of trucking history.
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PHOTO E-298
Hodge’s Truck Stop, London (Lily), Kentucky.  White 9000 with driver.  Photo taken in 1959.  This is a very unique and extremely rare photo.  It’s a snapshot taken by an employee of the truck stop, and was hung on the wall of the truck stop for many years.  It is stained, has markings on it, and every other type of abuse you can think of, but it is a very neat photo.  It definitely shows its age and abuse, and is certainly less than perfect.  Trucking was much different in the 1950s than it is today; in fact, it was a whole different world.  Not only was the trucking industry different during the regulation era, but the equipment, technology, and even the people and drivers were different.  This photo is definitely a valuable piece of trucking history.
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PHOTO E-299
Hodge’s Truck Stop, London (Lily), Kentucky.  Cabover Kenworth with driver.  Photo taken in 1958.  This is a very unique and extremely rare photo.  It’s a snapshot taken by an employee of the truck stop, and was hung on the wall of the truck stop for many years.  It is stained, has markings on it, and every other type of abuse you can think of, but it is a very neat photo.  It definitely shows its age and abuse, and is certainly less than perfect.  Trucking was much different in the 1950s than it is today; in fact, it was a whole different world.  Not only was the trucking industry different during the regulation era, but the equipment, technology, and even the people and drivers were different.  This photo is definitely a valuable piece of trucking history.
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PHOTO E-300
Hodge’s Truck Stop, London (Lily), Kentucky.  Brockway integral sleeper and sides of hood removed for cooling.  Driver is in the photo.  The front tires are almost bald, not unusual in the 1950s.  Photo taken in 1958.  This is a very unique and extremely rare photo.  It’s a snapshot taken by an employee of the truck stop, and was hung on the wall of the truck stop for many years.  It is stained, has markings on it, and every other type of abuse you can think of, but it is a very neat photo.  It definitely shows its age and abuse, and is certainly less than perfect.  Trucking was much different in the 1950s than it is today; in fact, it was a whole different world.  Not only was the trucking industry different during the regulation era, but the equipment, technology, and even the people and drivers were different.  This photo is definitely a valuable piece of trucking history.
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PHOTO E-301
Hodge’s Truck Stop, London (Lily), Kentucky.  “Cannonball” cabover GMC sleeper with driver, JMT Metal & Supply.  Photo taken in 1958.  This is a very unique and extremely rare photo.  It’s a snapshot taken by an employee of the truck stop, and was hung on the wall of the truck stop for many years.  It is stained, has markings on it, and every other type of abuse you can think of, but it is a very neat photo.  It definitely shows its age and abuse, and is certainly less than perfect.  Trucking was much different in the 1950s than it is today; in fact, it was a whole different world.  Not only was the trucking industry different during the regulation era, but the equipment, technology, and even the people and drivers were different.  This photo is definitely a valuable piece of trucking history.
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