Is that French?
You think by 2013 the coke company would have more modern trucks
No wonder they unionized. No roof, no windshield and no doors.
Looks like the top for the driver is folded back.
Ken in Texas
Here is a 1913 photo of a Kelly Springfield truck out of Rome Ga.
Nice photo, I believe during that time period the coke company was adding cocaine to the brew thus giving the drink its brand name. Im sure there was a lot of very happy customers back then.
Coca Cola was formulated in 1886. When public opinion turned against cocaine in 1903, Coca Cola changed their formula from fresh coca leaves to "spent" leaves, that's what's left over after the cocaine had been removed. Their advertising was also changed from claims that Coke cures all what ails you into it's just a refreshing beverage.
I was recently in Atlanta and thusly, had a Coke or twenty ....
Up in the NW, Coke has a strong lemony-citrus taste. Not so in
Coke's hometown. We are getting Coke's 3rd-rate brew up here.
Maybe it goes bad driving it all that way in a T ?
You should let your regional bottler know about the taste. Sounds like they're leaving the soap in the containers. But Coke has always tasted like antifreeze mixed with battery acid to me. We used to use it to clean the windshield on the first rain of the season. It strips the road grime real well.
Nothing more refreshing than an ice cold Big Red. ;)
I was told that the main flavoring ingredient in Coca-Cola now is cinnamon.
LOL... A lot of the beer companies are bringing out "Metro" flavors now including cinnamon, orange and other fruit flavors. What has this world come to? If you want punch, drink punch but don't mix it with beer. Yuck!
Man law - No fruit in beer!