Model A75T, diesel cab and chassis. Factory photo.
Autocar Model DC100, tandem axle diesel straight truck with deluxe cab and dump body with tandem axle transfer trailer. Azusa Rock Co. Azuza, CA.
31770D Driver cab firewall. Factory photo. December 31, 1951.
31526 Model S Series, tandem axle diesel tractor with tandem axle dump trailer. Retouched factory photo. 1969.
31519 Model unknown, tandem axle diesel tractor with tandem axle tank trailer. Texaco of Canada.
Model DC100TR, diesel tractor with portable quarry equipment. January 29, 1952.
Autocar Model C-85, new tractor. American Cartage Co. 1955.
White-Autocar display at Oil Industry Exhibit in Colorado. Tandem axle diesel straight truck belonging to Rocky Mountain Cementers.
31630F Model C70, fog-foam pumper truck. Merion Fire Co. Ardmore, PA. December 27, 1950.
31543D Model C85, 3 new tractors. American Cartage Co. 1955.
Model DC10264, tandem axle diesel tractor with tandem axle bottom dump cement trailer. Clark L. Coberly, leased to Star Transfer Co. Billings, MT. 1955.
Autocar Model C85, 3 new tractors. American Cartage Co. 1955.
31774A Factory; Factory test drive of new truck.
Model unknown, long wheelbase tandem axle diesel cab and chassis truck was shown at Tulsa Oil Show.
31471F Model AP25, off road diesel dump truck with little boy and toy dump truck. American Road Builders Assn. Show at the Chicago International Amphitheater. 1957.
White-Autocar display at Oil Industry Exhibit in Colorado.
Model unknown, tandem axle tractor with flatbed trailer.
31642B Model FP5075, pumper truck with 3-man open cab and Hale equipment. City of Philadelphia Bureau of Fire. Philadelphia, PA. June 3, 1949.
Model DC100DR, diesel straight truck with quarry type Gar Wood dump body. Sowerbutt Quarries. Paterson, NJ. February 17, 1953.
Model C70t, tractors with tandem axle flatbed trailers. V. J. Schell & Sons. Baltimore, MD. November 11, 1951.
30032 Model unknown, straight truck with utility body. C. Schmidt & Sons Inc. Philadephia, PA.
31642C Model FP5075, pumper truck with 3-man open cab and Hale equipment. City of Philadelphia Bureau of Fire. Philadelphia, PA. June 3, 1949.