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VERNOR'S GINGER ALE Old Delivery Truck photo
VERNOR'S GINGER ALE Old Delivery Truck photo
Photo #1170
(Use this photo number when ordering)
by Jan Kaulins

VERNOR'S GINGER ALE Old Delivery Truck photo picture print for sale. This sepia toned black and white OLD VERNOR'S GINGER ALE Delivery Truck photo picture art print for sale is made from an original black and white historic photo that has been professionally restored. The Original photo was quite small so detail, though quite good, is not great. This is just noted for sake of accuracy. This is a great image of two Vernors delivery truck drivers packing up wooden cases of Vernor's Ginger Ale into their delivery truck with ice and snow on the ground. The truck is an International D-30 circa late 1940's or so. Nice image for a Vernor's collectors wall Vernors photo.

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