CARRIERS: Trucks, A.D. 1940

Periodically mankind pauses to Oh & Ah over the difference between the automobile of today and of 20 years ago. The difference between the motor truck of today and of ten years ago is even more marvelworthy—in amount of truck that can be bought for $1,000, in adaptation to the problems of modern distribution of goods. Compared to a pleasure car the modern truck is intrinsically as beautiful, engineeringly more luxurious, commercially more important. For those who appreciate such qualities Chicago last week had its annual thrill — the truck show, or...

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