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Mason Dixon

6PakAbs

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I am looking for any M-D items...preferably a Winross truck, but anything such as scratch pads, pens, sales brochures...etc...let me know if you have something and I will get in touch with you. Thanks
 

Freightmaster1

Well-Known Member
Here's a picture of a few Mason-Dixon tractors and trailers taken during the 33 day long Teamster wildcat strike in April of 1970. This picture was taken in Akron, Ohio probably at the Roadway Express or Yankee Lines barn on Archwood Avenue. I don't think Mason Dixon or Briggs had a barn in Akron according to a 1969 list of Motor Carriers. Hold back the tears!
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ABFer

I live Here
Here's a picture of a few Mason-Dixon tractors and trailers taken during the 33 day long Teamster wildcat strike in April of 1970. This picture was taken in Akron, Ohio probably at the Roadway Express or Yankee Lines barn on Archwood Avenue. I don't think Mason Dixon or Briggs had a barn in Akron according to a 1969 list of Motor Carriers. Hold back the tears!
:crybaby:


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FwdqdL0.jpg
All those U model Macks gives me a woody.
 
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