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1953 AutoCar Model DC 75
Engine Cummins 262
Transmission 10th Over Road Ranger
Suspension Rear Air-Ride - Front 2 Leaf Taper Springs.

Front view of Autocar Rear view of Autocar Close up of interior
Close up of engine Close up of hood Close up of grill
Parade at Pioneer Acres Irricana Parade at Pioneer Acres Irricana Parade at Pioneer Acres Irricana
Parade at Pioneer Acres Irricana Show and Shine Heritage Park Calgary Show and Shine Heritage Park Calgary
Autocar with GMC in trailer Autocar with GMC parked beside



Here is a 1958 Autocar, which belonged to Western Express of Cleveland, Ohio. This was one of the first companies to pull double trailers on the New York Thruway. Note the hitch on the front bumper, to move the trailer dolly with. Tom Mullen Collection. Here is a picture of an Autocar logging truck. Picture was taken at 150 Mile House, BC in 1986. Kim Loeb Collection.Here is a picture of an Autocar water truck. Location is unknown. Kim Loeb Collection.
Here is a picture of an Autocar used for hauling concrete blocks. This picture is taken somewhere in Massachusetts. Kim Loeb Collection. Here is a picture of an Autocar pulling a low-bed trailer. The location of the picture is somewhere in Massachusetts. Kim Loeb Collection. Here is a picture of an Autocar cement truck. The picture was taken somewhere in Massachusetts. Kim Loeb Collection.
Here is a photo of an Autocar belonging to Evans Coleman & Evans, taken near Savana, BC Here is a picture of an Autocar Model DCV7264T. This picture was given to me by White Motor Trucks. Here is picture of an Autocar dump truck given to me by the White truck company in the 1960's.
Here is a photo of an Autocar model DC-10064-N logging truck. This truck was owned by Wayne Peters of Brookings, OR. This picture was given to me by White Motor Trucks. Here is a picture of a West Coast Fast Freight Autocar pulling a trailer with a canvas top. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture taken from a Truck Tracks magazine 1973 of a WCFF Autocar. Ken Goudy Collection.
This Autocar was in fleet of Borich Transfer in Portland 1946. Hauled for Richfield Oil Co.
This is from Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is an Autocar cab-over from the late 1940's owned by Merchants Freight System. Merchants Freight System's tractors and some trailers were painted a bright silver with orange stripes. The picture was taken in 1950 at Terre Haute, Indiana. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a picture of an Autocar owned by Henry Pomerenke. He hauled hay in Central Washington.
Part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of an Autocar owned by Thurston Motor Lines of Wilson, NC. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is an Autocar tractor trailer owned by Akers Motor Lines of North Carolina. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a 1930's Autocar cab-over, taken in Chicago in 1948. The truck was owned by Clinch Coal Company of Chicago.Ken Goudy Collection.
Here is a picture of an Autocar owned by Little Audrey's.
Part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of an Autocar owned by Helphrey Motor Freight. This company operated between Spokane and northern Idaho and northwest Montana, and later to Yakima and Portland. This company became part of Ringsby. Ken Goudy Collection. Here is a 1950 Autocar pulling a trailer full of Seven Up.
Part of Ken Goudy's collection.
Here is a picture of an Autocar U-model garbage truck. U-models were made in the 1970´s and early 1980´s. Photo at Highway 20, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts in 1984. Kim Loeb Collection. This picture shows a 1953 Autocar model DC100 wrecker. Picture was taken in Manomet, Massachusetts in 1984. Kim Loeb Collection. Here is a picture of an Autocar tractor w. tanker model A-64. The photo location was Highway 20, Shrewsbury, Massachusetts in 1984. Kim Loeb Collection.
Here is a picture of an Autocar Constructor taken in Massachusetts in 1984.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Here is a picture of an Autocar cement mixer DC series taken in Massachusetts in 1984.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Here is a picture of an Autocar series DC dump truck, taken in Massachusetts in 1984.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.
Here is a picture of an Autocar dump truck taken in Massachusetts in 1984.
This photo is from Kim Loeb from Denmark.



This group of pictures Dennis Shull received from the Autocar Truck Company in the 1960's.
Autocar Model:
DC20364S-OH 324" wheelbase
Owned by:
Union City Transfer of Beaumont - Houston, Texas
Equipment:
Autocar Driver Cab
250 HP Diesel Engine
10 speed transmission
3 speed auxiliary transmission with power take-off
SFDD4740 rear
Power steering
Air shutter front
14:00/24 front, 12:00/24 rear tires



Autocar Model:
A10264 207" wheelbase
Owned by:
F.L. Clark of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Equipment:
Autocar Driver Cab
180 HP Diesel Engine
10 speed transmission
SQHD rear
Air shutter front
12:00/22 tires



Autocar Model:
DC9564T 177" wheelbase
Owned by:
Henry A. Selinsky, Inc. of Canton, Ohio
Equipment:
Autocar Driver Cab
220 HP Diesel Engine
5 speed main transmission
3 speed auxiliary transmission with top mounted power take-off
SFDD4740 rear
Power steering
Air shutter front
11:00/20 tires
Shown hauling Natural Gas pumping engine weighing 85 tons.



Autocar AT-64F Pictures from an Autocar brochure from the Dan Espinosa Collection



Autocar AP Pictures from an Autocar brochure



Autocar DC Pictures from an Autocar brochure



1964 Autocar model AF ad from an older magazine. Autocar model D and a 1988 ACL model, taken from the June 1988 American Trucker magazine.
A 1966 with a 335 Cummins and 4x4 transmission. This photo came from an old magazine This is a 1963 with a NHRS 320 Cummins (super charged) and 12 speed Spicer. This picture came from an old magazine. This is a 1953 with a 1960 220 Cummins, R96 Roadranger and 4.11 rears. From an old magazine.

1962 Autocar model AP 19 heavy articulated low loader.

This Autocar was originally built for Arizona Public Service and delivered to Eidal of Albequerque New Mexico,for the winch and bed rigging. The 350 Ton capacity trailer was manufactured by Eidal as well. The complete unit was built for the transportation of transformers/generators across the Navajo Nation Desert in the construction of the Four Corners Power Plant, west of Farmington, New Mexico.

Lupul Transport of Edmonton Alberta,purchased the complete unit in 1966. The truck is still in Edmonton and the trailer was sold in 1993 to Premay.

Anthony (Tony) Lupul passed away Oct.25.2013. We have been approached to place the Autocar in a museum that will be completed in Devon AB....RHHS, Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Heritage Society of Canada. Thank you Rod and Dave Lupul for this information.

A 1940's vintage Autocar cabover. 1983 Autocar model AT-64-F.
A 1966 twin steer wrecker. 250 Cummins and 5x3 trans. This picture came from an old magazine. A 1983 Autocar model DC-64-F.



Doug Christiansen's 1974 Autocar in New York States Catskill Mountains. She runs everyday and never misses a beat. She's got a 270 Cummins engine with an Eaton 6-Speed, and 58,000 LB. rears. This baby is indestructable. Gerosa Heavy Hauling Autocar. Jay Long Collection.



Some Autocar pictures from the William A. Dawson Collection.
Dawson & Sannon Autocar Loaded at Bakerfeild Ca. heading back to Mt. with a load of Alfalfa seed and topped off with light insulation. Dawson & Sannon --- 1953 B-61 with a new Maxianedyne 205 h/p motor Frank Call is the driver.
1958 Auto-Car owner A.H. Dawson Billings Mt. NHRS 300, SQW rear ends, 5 speed main box with a short 5th over and a 3 way brownie and also had a Williams exhaust break.When new ran 11:22 General tires.Truck had a 22 foot body with a sleeper built into the front of the box and a 26 ft. fruehauf pull trailer. A.H. Dawson Auto-Car --Truck and Full Trailer Standford Mt. heading to California with grain --1958
A. H. Dawson A-car 1960 Austin Jct Nv. Heading to L.A. to get a new 60 inch Mercury sleeper $800.00 Buck WOW!!! A.H. Dawson Auto-Car New Mercury sleeper and a new 40 ft Fruehauf possum belly cattle trailer. Cattle to California and canned grocerys back to Billings Mt.



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