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21 January 2009

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I had that book when I was a kid. I loved it. Thanks for scanning and posting it.

I totally remember this book as well. I'm a 1966 model but the copy of the book that I had wasn't much different than this one. Being a transportation nut all my life I have great memories of this book and ones like it.

Thanks for sharing!

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I used to check out this book and "Cars and Trucks and Things That Go" every single week from the Pittsford Village Library for about three years. I can't begin to describe the warm feelings that seeing this brings.

Shoot, I may have had this...I know I had something illustrated by this guy because the name "George J. Zaffo" is setting off alarm bells in my head. Thanks for the post.

Too bad so many of these old books are destined for the trash, if not there already:
http://www.dynamist.com/weblog/archives/002969.html

http://bookshopblog.com/2009/02/14/cpsia-book-banning-in-the-guise-of-safety/

I've been looking at new options for Dr.MOZ's studios in 2010, but now it's so clear after seeing the double-decker Greyhound. Why carpool to an office with rotating drivers every week when the office can pick-up workers and park in front of a different employees house every week?

Thank you Telstar Logistics for inspiring the next generation of workplace transportation ...commuta-telling!

It is great that people are thinking about the environment and working to make the world a safer place. Not only the materials that you are using on your home are safe for the environment but dump trucks have come a long way since the earlier models. We are learning and expanding and coming up with a wide range of safer more effective vehicles for the work force. I think it is great that many auto manufacturers are turning to hybrid vehicles to protect the environment and now they are even using hybrid dump trucks.

heheh, this boom is really with beautiful illustrations. Some of the best I have seen. It is quite hard to find such good painters nowardays.

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That is an awesome find, and thanks so much for sharing some of the pages with us, its amazing how well it has been looked after.

Thats a great book, I have to say that I really love the old styled cars and truck, don't get me wrong I do like the look of modern cars as well.

Please help me find a book I helped Mr Zaffo illustrate. My name is in the book as doing so. Charles Otto. My father built his studio. The book in question has ,trains ,airplanes trucks. I believe a blue and white cover. My e-mail is otto727@yahoo.com

those are the trucks I remember growing up to. The classic trucks that always made your heart pund with excitement when u saw them driving by,

t is great that people are thinking about the environment and working to make the world a safer place. Not only the materials that you are using on your home are safe for the environment but dump trucks have come a long way since the earlier models.

Shoot, I may have had this...I know I had something illustrated by this guy because the name "George J. Zaffo" is setting off alarm bells in my head. Thanks for the post.

Blogs are so informative where we get lots of information on any topic. Nice job keep it up!!

I had this book what a read!

I think it's a children's book but it's really good!

-James

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