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She sure does shine up nice.

Thank you Waste Pro for your valued business! Great looking Goliath G400.

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Oct 5, 1951-- Baltimore's very first delivery of corn syrup via tanker truck was delivered to Goetze's Candy Co. located at 3900 East Monument Street.

Yep, Our beloved Caramel Creams need "corn syrup" to be born. Yummy!

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A U series Autocar carries a German Panzerkampfwagen (PzKw) III back for interrogation.

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I worked in an ice cream plant part time in the 1970s and Amaizo delivered corn syrup to our plant. I can't remember what make of truck they used. We received cream and condensed milk

from NEMPA out of Andover, MA. They used Mack "B" model and Mack "R" model tankers.

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Roger Desvergnes wanted to set up his new hauling business, RJD Excavation out of North Smithfield, Rhode Island. He remembered his grandfather used to run Autocar trucks. So naturally, Roger snagged this sweet 1986 Autocar DK64 and >Bingo!< he's at work, picking up the cabbage. 💸💸

Thanks to http://dailydieseldose.com/autocar-mondays-reliable-foundation/ for sharing.

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Fantastic stuff 

A classic still in its working clothes and still working

Thanks for sharing

Paul 

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2 hours ago, h67st said:

I don't know what model Autocar this is.

I think it is an Autocar UA model which was introduced in 1937.  Good looking rig!

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Autocar U7144-T 4x4 tractor (military designation G-510)

The U7144-T was a shorter version of the U8144-T pontoon tractor. It was powered by a 529 cubic inch 131 horsepower Hercules model RXC engine paired with a 5-speed transmission and 2-speed transfer case.

(The Federal version  of the "Truck Tractor, 4-5 Ton, 4x4" was designated G-513)

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Great article on spec'ing trucks. A key quote: With the wrong vehicle, "productivity will suffer, drivers will be unhappy, and [your] customers will not be served. Proper vehicle specifications are the key to greater productivity."

https://zcu.io/7CvP #AlwaysUp #AutocarACX

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On 8/13/2019 at 10:52 AM, kscarbel2 said:

Roger Desvergnes wanted to set up his new hauling business, RJD Excavation out of North Smithfield, Rhode Island. He remembered his grandfather used to run Autocar trucks. So naturally, Roger snagged this sweet 1986 Autocar DK64 and >Bingo!< he's at work, picking up the cabbage. 💸💸

Thanks to http://dailydieseldose.com/autocar-mondays-reliable-foundation/ for sharing.

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& still running Tube type Tyres Too.............

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