March 2008, DN-92
Some of the Articles Include:
Getting Involved: Many members got involved in this issue's preparation, from writing columns to organizing truck shows and club activities for this summer. This issue has all the details and more!
AACA Museum Display: Through the efforts of Jay Crist, Ted Merritt and Ed O'Brien, there will be a "History of Multi-Stop Delivery" display this summer at the Antique Auto Club of America Museum in Hershey, PA.
Local & Regional Shows: You don't have to wait for 2009's convention to see Divcos and other multi-stop trucks. Thanks to several members, we'll be appearing in regional and local shows this summer.
Al Marshall recalls John Nicol: Member Al Marshall played a major role in selling Divco trucks for many years. And he had personal knowledge of Divco's undisputed leader, John Nicol. In this issue he begins telling stories about him.
Down Memory "Lane": Tom Lane starts off our series of "Memory Lane" features in this issue by showing us his restored 1963, designed to look like the trucks he remembered as a child.
Trucks of Baker's Dairy: For years Baker's Dairy provided quality Golden Guenrsey milk for customers around Moline, IL. And they had a neat fleet of Divcos to do it. Ken Baker takes us back to those "good ole" days.
Boyertown Moblie Showrooms: Ken Lego takes us inside several Boyertown Merchandiser Vans set up to sell while on the road.
Plus the Thorne Corner, Divco Toychest, Literature, Club Mailbox, classifieds, Lego-Land and much more!