Results for: "Robert Gabrick" (In Print)

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Traveling with Greyhound, On The road for 100 Years
Stock #: KB10967
Author: Robert Gabrick

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From its humble beginnings in Hibbing, MN, for ten decades Greyhound has paved the way for bus development and bus transportation in America. This book commemorates Greyhound's 100th Year Anniversary through history and over 200 new illustrations portraying iconic buses like the Scenicruiser and bus lines, terminals and Post Houses. Covers the various buses and somewhat complicated and very interesting story about the Greyhound Co. which has made it to see it's 100th year of service.

Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation, serving more than 3,800 destinations across North America with a modern, environmentally friendly fleet. It has become an American icon, providing safe, enjoyable and affordable travel to nearly 18 million passengers each year in the United States and Canada...and it all started in 1914 with Carl Wickman and some partners who offered a fare of 15 cents one way or 25 cents round-trip between Alice and Hibbing, Minnesota, in a large Hupmobile. Soft cover.

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Subject: Buses


Autocar Trucks: 1899-1950 Photo Archive
Stock #: 88012
Author: Robert Gabrick

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Early advertisements declared "The design of the Autocar chassis lends itself to almost every style of body." Large, detailed archival B&W photographs with informative captions tell the story from the first Autocar Driver Cab was introduced. Soft Cover. trucks, autocar, history, autocar driver cab, ads, advertisements, chassis, truck more»

Subject: Trucks


Federal Trucks Photo Archive
Stock #: 88036
Author: Robert Gabrick

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Martin L. Plucher, vice president and general manager of the newly formed Federal Motor Truck Company, personally conducted the first Federal truck to Lynn, Massachusetts, for delivery to its owner. From 1910 to 1959, Federal assembled over 160,000 trucks for all types of uses including delivery vans, buses, garbage trucks, and over the road heavy haulers. Soft Cover. more»

Subject: Trucks


Reo Trucks 1910-1966 Photo Archive
Stock #: KB10330
Author: Robert Gabrick

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Ransom Eli Olds was best known as the inventor of the Oldsmobile. In 1904 Olds was dissatisfied and left the company, which left time to help create the a new company bearing his initials, the Reo Motor Car Company, in Lansing, Michigan. In 1910, the Reo Motor Truck Company began the production of trucks. Reo's legendary Speed Wagon led the way with shaft-drive, pneumatic tires, electric starters, and electric lights; features found on all competitive makes. The patriotic Reo company produced nearly 29,000 military vehicles from 1940 through 1945. This book covers the story of Reo Trucks through archival photographs to the time when the White Motor Company purchased Reo in 1957. more»

Subject: Trucks

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