Synopses & Reviews
In 1951, Freightliner signed an agreement with the White Motor Co. to sell Freightliner trucks through White Dealerships. The trucks became White-Freightliner, gaining momentum through the 1950s and exploding in sales through the 1960s. As you look at the photos on the pages of this book, you will see just a few of the many different customers and hauling jobs they did in the peak of their popularity. Small, medium or large hauling jobs, White-Freightliners fit right in to the needs of the trucking industry.
About the Author
Ron Adams has contributed to many truck books and articles in trucking magazines, among authoring a couple handfuls of books himself. He has been collecting truck literature and photographing trucks for over 40 years and has a vast knowledge of the trucking industry. Adams is a true-blue trucker dude who appeals to those with a love affair for semis.