Here we have an antique real photograph postcard (RPPC) of a fleet of monster WW1 Army trucks ready for action. This detailed, sepia image is one of the ages. The fleet is lined up perfectly, and those Kelly Springfield trucks are metal beasts. You gotta love looking at this thing. You can just smell the petro.
The front reads "No. 166 Army Trucks American Lake, Wash."
Here's a great blog post
about The Kelly-Springfield Motor Truck Company.
The rare postcard measures 5 1/2" wide by 3 1/4" tall. The reverse of the postcard is unused. There is some discoloration on the left on the reverse. The corners are experiencing wear. The condition is good given the age. Please see all pics as they are part of the description.
Line'em up boys. What a sight.