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The best time to drive through Lakewood is on a Saturday....No one's drivin!! Ya just gotta make sure ya don't run one over!!!!

BULLHUSKBURG

PS They are all good Folks down there

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.......of the Jersey Shore? Heck it might be the World. Ralph Clayton had a large sand pit right on the Jackson/Lakewood border that is now fully developed.

Yea well I live close to Monsey NY and Kyiras Joal in Monroe which are the other capitals trust me. I lived in Brick so I know Lakewood very well.

Rob

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I almost forgot New Square in Spring Valley, NY. Saturday is the only time to drive through any of Hasid communities. Sunday watch out!!

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I haul grape juice for KEDEM Winery, we run Sunday thru Thursday, all our holidays, even X Mas for my jewish friends.

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Another one of my favorite pictures. I would never trade that well worn faded paint for a $100K restoration!!!

I knew I would see a fresco truck on here

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I never got to meet john but my father and grandfather drove for him

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nice truck, kinda even like the paint, a B42 none the less

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Heres a couple more...........................Mark

Awesome!!!

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guess they liked B42 gas jobs. must not have seen many hills but the again people were courteous and didnt care if you were holdin up traffic. i remember my grandfather tellin me about haulin coal out of Pa to Ny with B42's. said there would be 40 cars behind you on hills but back then people didnt care as they figures you were bringin revenue to their area.

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Good pics Mark.

I like the tanker with chocolate on the front. Yummmy!

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Good pics Mark.

I like the tanker with chocolate on the front. Yummmy!

I like that one too! Kramme is a food grade carrier,they are the house carrier of choice for Hersheys,M&M Mars and several other candy companies,along with local milk and kosher products......................................Mark

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I like that one too! Kramme is a food grade carrier,they are the house carrier of choice for Hersheys,M&M Mars and several other candy companies,along with local milk and kosher products......................................Mark

they still around vision?

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they still around vision?

Oh yeah,their headquaters is still in Monroeville,NJ but their main terminal is now in Avondale,PA,pretty small outfit as far trucking companies go. I saw one of their CX's in Ohio yeasterday.........................................Mark

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not sure if i had posted this photo i bought

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Excellent picture! that's my friend Johnny Lilla,when he drove for Horner Mack,he eventually purchased this very same truck from them,and went into business for himself. Something of a "legend" around South Jersey! not many people involved with trucking that don't have a "Johnny story" about being towed or helped out. This truck is now owned by another South Jersean Louis Barber who is in the process of restoring it. Great Picture,Great truck! thanks for posting!..........................................Mark

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Excellent picture! that's my friend Johnny Lilla,when he drove for Horner Mack,he eventually purchased this very same truck from them,and went into business for himself. Something of a "legend" around South Jersey! not many people involved with trucking that don't have a "Johnny story" about being towed or helped out. This truck is now owned by another South Jersean Louis Barber who is in the process of restoring it. Great Picture,Great truck! thanks for posting!..........................................Mark

Glad it's being restored. You should get some pictures of it now.

By the way great picture Bryan!!!

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Really like those black and white shots Mark

Thanks rich! so do i,i especially like the "line-up" of all the various models............................................Mark

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What year Mark? I remember these trucks being there.

This was 1984..... This was my cousin nicky's... truck Alec sanitation 1984 RD with a 237 5 speed 44,000 rears with a 1971 leach 2-R 25 yard body

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Cool, you made me go all the way back because I couldn't remember what I was responding too. :)

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