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1966 Autocar

Engine Type:
C-180 Cummins Diesel

Transmission Type:
Spicer 6352 with 5 Speeds & Spicer 340C 2-Speed Rear

Truck Information:
This 1966 Autocar is built from stainless-steel sheet metal supplied to Autocar by Edgcomb. Edgcomb Steel Company – a supplier of both ferrous and nonferrous metals – was founded in 1923 in North Philadelphia, PA. In 1951 Edgcomb decided to make their fleet of trucks even more spectacular by having the cab, bumper, hood, fenders, running boards, radiator shell, aprons and exhaust stack to be made entirely of stainless steel. For several years Autocar made these, one or two at a time, for Edgcomb Steel. This is one of the 13 Autocars built for Edgcomb Steel through the years; eight or nine have survived. Top Speed: 60 MPH

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