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Autocar with Marion 12 yard Dump Body

Autocar with Marion 12 yard Dump Body

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Autocar Fire Department Tanker

Autocar Fire Department Tanker

s/n 101639 Autocar Fire Tanker This truck is modeled as something a fire department would use in a rural area where fire hydrants were few and far between. It's big, Autocar model DC10364-OH with 12.00-24 tires. The dual exhaust suggest someone might have modified and adjusted the fuel pump settings so maybe there's more than 335 horsepower in that Cummins diesel.

Putting a Wrecker to Work

Putting a Wrecker to Work

Here’s a scratch-built wrecker body on an Autocar DC10364OH. The front bumper is also a custom build and a tire can be hung on front if it has to do some pushing.
It is shown pulling an Autocar C-100 dump and pushing an International KB-11 dump.

Putting the New Autocars to Work

Putting the New Autocars to Work

1. Just completed is this new Super Clam Steamer to answer the demand for Maine Steamers at the seafood festivals this summer. It fits nicely on the 50 ton trailer with 15" tires. Its being pulled by an Autocar DC9764 heavy tractor with step tanks, toolbox, and sanders. 178" wheelbase.

2. A short cab DCU Autocar pulling an oil field flat (Sheepscot #95051) with an American Hoist four drum hoist. This tractor has a 154" wheelbase and saddle tanks. The load is a preliminary model of a series that will be produced later this year.

Here's the Four New 1950s Autocars

Here's the Four New 1950s Autocars

from left to right: short BBC DCU, axle set forward Western rig, axle set back Eastern rig, late 50s outside radiator with pit fenders

A 1940s Autocar doing 1970s Work

A 1940s Autocar doing 1970s Work

When doing demolition work contractors often used their oldest and most rugged trucks. The photos below show a truck typical of a 1960s scene where the dump body was taken off a newer faster truck because it was almost worn out. Putting on this job will probably be the last for both the truck and body.

Notice that the cab protector is much higher than it needs to be; it was built for a new cab that was higher off the frame. The body is the Sheepscot #26115 solid urethane with the load molded in. I machined much of the load out before putting the demolition material load back in.

An Autocar Van that has Seen Better Days

An Autocar Van that has Seen Better Days

This was built for a friend's layout upon which the Rancid Creek Railroad delivers bad meat among other things.

Tank Bodies

Tank Bodies

Autocars with Rusted Tanks

Autocars with Rusted Tanks
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