This is pretty decent shape for one of these, they winded up in garages being storage for various things and I see them often and they are pretty beat up. The box left outside the door for the milkman to leave milk, cottage cheese, etc in. A 1951 Deluxe which comes to a startling end E Mail johnmacdoanld summerville-novascotia. This page is being written with the help of Bob Gouveia from Burlington, Ma. I shot these pictures in Fall 2005 and went back a few weeks later to shoot some more.
The completed truck is shown below 1961, model 300C. No, he said, most of them were older. Interior of a 1955 Divco Note the Glass milk bottles The Butter Box Bob Gouveia at a salvage yard up in Maine. Anyway, I thought it made a great subject. Please Give Them A Few Seconds To Load Any Questions?? His van was a 1968 and still makes the rounds.
Cookies and Web Beacons oldcarandtruckpictures. With nearly 300 employees, Ewald Bros. Oddly, it had Minnesota plates. Phil did give me a check for the truck but I never cashed it. This is really nice shape for one of these, hard to find the aluminum ones any nicer.
Google Adsense These third-party ad servers or ad networks use technology to the advertisements and links that appear on oldcarandtruckpictures. You should consult the respective privacy policies of these third-party ad servers for more detailed information on their practices as well as for instructions about how to opt-out of certain practices. They were one of the big dairies to serve the greater Minneapolis area. Inside it still has the heavy tin liner, which is often missing. In 1937 the Divco was completely redesigned with a welded all-steel van body and a snub-nosed hood which was used with virtually no change up to the end of production. George Bacon who was chief engineer for the Detroit Electric Vehicle Company thought that it would make life a lot easier for delivery people to be able to driven from multipositions. Bob is in the early stages of restoring this truck Click on this image for a larger view in a new window Divco News from Divco Club of America.
Some white residue on the liner here and there and on the galvanized bottom f the box, underneath the galvanized liner, this is all light corrosion on the tin that should clean up fine, no holes. Thanks for taking this picture. Production began in 1925 after two years of testing. It was owned by Monroe Dairy of R. Yesterday, I ran into Christiansen driver Al Cogswell and his truck on his rounds in my neighborhood. I have not tried to hook up the refrigeration system yet, to see if it works.
The high quality gold glass ball ornament features a stunning picture of the memorable light tan home delivery milk truck with the ever familiar Gulf Hill cows. Of course I was left with the task of paying and removing the truck from the field. Future limited edition series will feature other notable Dartmouth landmark buildings, areas or businesses. I worked there driving a home delievery milk truck similar to the one in the picture in 1978. . Many have been restored to new or better then new condition by people that love these old trucks. I left it there until my friend sold that lot, then I had to move it again.
With the name, I was able to find your site and its great photos and information. I know they were still in production in the 70's, but faded out in the 80's. A few years back, two of my brothers in West Hartford, Ct. This web page attempts to show these trucks as they did their daily work and as collector items today. Click on Bob's Truck and see what and how he did this. Selvaggio Pointe Dairy Services, Inc. The truckes were owned by Woodlawn Dairy of Dartmouth Nova Scotia.