Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by tourists24, Dec 14, 2015.
It's cool to see how it was when @IVE GOTTA PACKAGE 4U was making book...
I drove a few of those.
I'd kill for the '58 Volkswagen!
Did the first Model T's have the crank on the front to start it?
If so, it had to be a real adventure to restart it after each stop.
Wonder how long the motorcycle fleet lasted?
Imagine the horrid acceleration of that VW bus with maybe 40 horsepower loaded to the gills during peak!
Not to mention not much of a top speed either!
No overweights and oversized back then.
next one will just be a phone/tablet... ala safelite autoglass
or SPORH, most likely.
These pictures tell us a lot about the history of UPS and the men and women who have made it a powerful company.
Gotta love the bubble style concept, had no idea UPS copyrighted this design in 1965, the 1971 fleet photo is classic.
Scary. I drove all 3 of those cars in the 1971 photo.
Second one from the left was the best dog beater. Had a great handle on it. That's as far up the DIAD chain as I got.
II was still crap but not as bad as I. III was the first DIAD that was any good but also the last that was any use as a dog beater.
Yep, me too!
I've used every one of those. Plus paper.
went through the first three DIADS along with paper. Now I just drive
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