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Below is a sampling of many of the trucks on display in our Trucking Hall of Fame® Exhibit Hall. When you visit, you’ll find more than what is featured here.

1933 White Model 612

Truck Information:
This 1933 White truck was made for the Mars Candy Company. It was sold to a meat packer in Antioch, Illinois, a few years later. It was used by the meat packer until 1968. It is not a refrigerated truck; it is just an insulated truck. There is no refrigeration unit. The truck is a White model 4A with a six-cylinder engine and a four-speed transmission. It was a local delivery truck. There are some interesting features worth mentioning. Inside the heavy metal door there is a little writing platform that folds down, there is a closet where the driver could hang a coat, and there is a fold-down seat on the passenger side. The seat could be folded up and the driver could exit curbside. The side windows roll up and down; the windshield partially opens out for ventilation. After more than 30 years of continuous use, the doors still open and close easily. This is a stylish, well-built truck. After all this time the doors still close with a solid sound and feel of quality.

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