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This 1931 international belongs to Urho Partenen of Thunder Bay, Ontario. He bought this truck in 1939 when he was 25 years old. He is still driving this truck today. This picture was taken 5 years ago (1996) but Urho and the truck still come to town in the new millennium. This 1954 international is owned by Arturi Lehtinen of Thunder Bay, Ontario. He built the wood burning apparatus from recycled materials. It passed it's safety inspection and is insured. Art drives it to shows. 1950 GMC was taken on a trip to Buckhorn, Ontario.
Pacific winch tractor taken from an auction magazine. Scot cement bulker taken from an auction magazine. 1957 International is owned by Cliff Cole of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The headlights and plates haven't been installed because it had just been painted. He uses it daily.
1947 Diamond T. The picture was taken in 1952 and standing is Ed's brother and step father. Ed's 1937 Hudson Terraplane pick up. This is a 1937 GMC. This was taken in a used truck lot in Manitoba.
This is a 1947 Dodge fire truck. This picture was taken in Manitoba. This is a 1935 Chev fire truck. This picture was taken at a car show in Fenlon Falls, Ontario. This is a 1947 Fargo. This was taken at a car show in Fenlon Falls, Ontario.
This is a 1929 Rugby. This was taken at a car show in Fenlon Falls, Ontario. This picture is of a late 1960's FWD. It was taken in a salvage yard in Minnesota. White 3000 taken in Ignace, Ontario.
This is Ed's 1947 Dodge. It is a part of his collection. This is a Paramount water truck found in an auction flyer. This Pacific was found in an auction flyer.
This picture of a 1932 Diamond T was taken at the Emo, Ontario Fair. This International is either a 65 or 66. This picture was taken in Manitoba. This 1956 International dump truck was taken at the Emo, Ontario Fair.
This 1953 International R 150 was taken at the Emo, Ontario Fair. This 1947 International was taken at the Emo, Ontario Fair.
1947 Fargo Power Wagon is from my collection. 1972 International Fleet Star was owned by George Rose of Thunder Bay, Ontario and was used to haul scrap metal. B Model Mack of uncertain age is owned by Fred Foreman of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The wrecker built body is set on a 4x4 running gear.
The following are from my own collection:
1947 Ford
1959 International
1957 Mack
1956 International
B series Reo from 1957. I have never seen this type of truck yet in books, magazines or the net. I would be interested if anyone else has info on this truck. Please email me at calbie@tbaytel.net. Advertising page for the 1957 Reo from the June 1957 copy of Pit and Quarry.
Diamond T in the snow Hudson Terraplane This 1965 Sicard is from an old trucking magazine. Sicards were made in Montreal Canada.
I used my 1957 model D20P Mack as a block truck when I was house moving. This truck is still in my collection although my daughter is much older now. This 1957 Canada Diesel is out of an old trucking magazine. This is about one of the last ones made. This photo of a 1954 Leyland Beaver was taken from an old trucking magazine. It was owned by Hanson Transport from Ontario.
My 1947 Diamond T My 1950 Diamond T My 1957 Studebaker with an Intenational cab
1945 International owned by Bert Cole of Cloud Bay Ontario Canada 1953 Fargo 1 Ton owned by Cliff Cole of Thunder Bay Ontario Canada 1939 International with load of slabs owned by Cliff Cole of Thunder Bay Ontario
1939 International owner Cliff Cole 1945 International moving a shed owned by Bert Cole of Cloud Bay Ontario Canada 1947 Mack E Series owned by Stan Proctor of Larder Lake Ontario Canada
1937 Ford 1/2 ton owned by Bert Cole of Cloud Bay Ontario This is my 1940 Ford six wheel drive still operating in 2006. I'm moving part of a tractor shed. 1941 Ford was used in buiding the Alaska Highway. It was owned by Emil Anderson Construction. This truck is in my collection.
1947 Diamond T has been recently fixed up and is apart of my collection. Mack COE


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