REO Motor Car Company Lansing, Michigan, U.S.A. 1905 – 1975

REO Motor Car Company

REO Motor Car Company
Former type Automobile Manufacturing
Industry Automotive
Founded 1905
Founders Ransom E. Olds
Defunct 1975
Headquarters Lansing, Michigan
1906 REO Model B Runabout1906 Reo Runabout 1906

 1906 REO Model B Runabout in 2005

The REO Motor Car Company was a Lansing, Michigan based company that produced automobiles and trucks from 1905 to 1975. At one point the company also manufactured buses on its truck platforms.

REO was founded by Ransom E. Olds during August 1904. Olds had 52 percent of the stock and the titles of president and general manager. To ensure a reliable supply of parts, he organized a number of subsidiary firms like the National Coil Company, the Michigan Screw Company, and the Atlas Drop Forge Company.

Originally the company was to be called “R. E. Olds Motor Car Company,” but the owner of Olds’ previous company, then called Olds Motor Works, objected and threatened legal action on the grounds of likely confusion of names by consumers. Olds then changed the name to his initials. Olds Motor Works soon adopted the popular name of its vehicles, Oldsmobile (which, along with Buick and Cadillac, became founding divisions of General Motors Corporation).

The company’s name was spelled alternately in all capitals REO or with only an initial capital as Reo, and the company’s own literature was inconsistent in this regard, with early advertising using all capitals and later advertising using the “Reo” capitalization. The pronunciation, however, was as a single word. Lansing is home to the R. E. Olds Transportation Museum.

Early REO production

By 1907, REO had gross sales of $4.5 million and the company was one of the four wealthiest automobile manufacturers in the U.S. After 1908 however, despite the introduction of improved cars designed by Olds, REO’s share of the automobile market decreased due in part to competition from emerging companies like Ford and General Motors.

REO added a truck manufacturing division and a Canadian plant in St. Catharines, Ontario in 1910. Two years later, Olds claimed he had built the best car he could, a tourer able to seat two, four, or five, with a 30–35 hp (22–26 kW) engine, 112 in (2845 mm) wheelbase, and 32 inch (81 cm) wheels, for US$ 1055 (not including top, windshield, or gas tank, which were US$100 extra); self-starter was US$25 on top of that. By comparison, the Cole 30 and Colt Runabout were priced at US$1500, Kirk‘s Yale side-entrance US$1,000, the high-volume Oldsmobile Runabout went for US$650, Western‘s Gale Model A was US$500, a Brush Runabout US$485, the Black started at $375, and the Success hit the amazingly low US$250.

In 1915, Olds relinquished the title of general manager to his protégé Richard H. Scott and eight years later he ended his tenure as the company’s presidency as well, retaining the position of chairman of the board.

1912 REO advertisement - R. M. Owens & Co.

1912 REO advertisement – R. M. Owens & Co.

Perhaps the most famous REO episode was the 1912 Trans-Canada journey. Traveling 4,176 miles (6,720 km) from Halifax, Nova Scotia, toVancouver, British Columbia, in a 1912 REO special touring car, mechanic/driver Fonce V. (Jack) Haney and journalist Thomas W. Wilby made the first trip by automobile across Canada (including one short jaunt into northeastern Washington State when the Canadian roads were virtually impassable.)

From 1915 to 1925, under Scott’s direction REO remained profitable. In 1923, the company sold an early recreational vehicle, called the “Motor Pullman Car.” Designed by Battle Creek, Michigan newspaper editor, J.H. Brown, the automobile included a drop-down sleeping extension, a built-in gas range and a refrigerator. During 1925, however, Scott, like many of his contemporaries/competitors, began an ambitious expansion program designed to make the company more competitive with other automobile manufacturers by offering cars in different price ranges. The failure of this program and the effects of the Depression caused such losses that Olds ended his retirement during 1933 and assumed control of REO again, but resigned in 1934. During 1936, REO abandoned the manufacture of automobiles to concentrate on trucks.

Reo Flying Cloud and Reo Royale

1931 REO Reo Royale Victoria Eight1931 REO Reo Royale Victoria Eight

REO’s two most memorable cars were its Reo Flying Cloud introduced in 1927 and the Reo Royale 8 of 1931.

The Flying Cloud was the first car to use Lockheed’s new hydraulic internal expanding brake system and featured styling by Fabio Segardi. While Ned Jordan is credited with changing the way advertising was written with his “Somewhere West of Laramie” ads for his Jordan Playboy, Reo’s Flying Cloud—a name that provoked evocative images of speed and lightness—changed the way automobiles would be named in the future. It has a 115″ wheelbase. The final REO model of 1936 was a Flying Cloud.

In April 1927, Reo introduced the Wolverine brand of cars as a companion model to the Flying Cloud. With a Continental engine, artillery wheels, and a different pattern of horizontal radiator louvers from the Flying Cloud, the Wolverine was made until 1928.

The 1931 Reo Royale was a trendsetting design, introducing design elements that were a precedent for true automotive streamlining in the American market. The model was vended until 1935. Beverly Kimes, editor of the Standard Catalog of American Cars, terms the Royale “the most fabulous Reo of all”. In addition to its coachwork by Murray designed by their Amos Northup, the Royale also provided buyers with a 125 hp (93 kW) straight-eight with a nine bearing crankshaft, one shot lubrication, and thermostatically controlled radiator shutters. The Royale rode upon factory wheelbases of 131 and 135 inches (3,400 mm); a 1932 custom version rode upon a 152-inch (3,900 mm) wheelbase. Beginning in 1933, the Royale also featured REO’s semi-automatic transmission, the Self-Shifter.

1917 Model M Touring 7 pers.1917 Model M Touring

1919 REO Touring1919 REO Touring

REO Fire TruckREO Fire Truck

1934 REO Bus1934 REO Bus

1939 REO Speed Wagon Truck1939 REO Speed WagonTruck

1917 ReoCarsA portion of REO’s 1917 line of cars

REO-bus-AngvikAuto-2-hh NorwayREO bus in Norway

REO Cottage Grove Dump Truck

Cottage Grove Dump Truck, Lane County, Oregon

REO Speedwagon BadgeBadge from an REO Speed Wagon Fire Truck

1917 Reo Speed Wagon

An REO Speed Wagon, from a 1917 advertisement

REO Speed Wagon Fire Truck at Jack Daniel's Distillery, Lynchburg, TennesseeREO Speed Wagon Fire Truck at Jack Daniel’s Distillery, Lynchburg, Tennessee

1935 Reo Flying Cloud 4.7 litreReo Flying Cloud 4.7 litre

1931 Reo Royale Victoria Eight interiour1931 Reo Royale Victoria Eight

1930 Reo-emblem

Car emblem for a Reo Flying Cloud (1930 model)

After passenger cars

1946 REO truck

 c.1946 REO truck

Although truck orders during World War II enabled it to revive somewhat, the company remained unstable in the postwar era, resulting in a bankruptcy reorganization. In 1954, the company was still underperforming, and sold vehicle manufacturing operations (the primary asset of the company) to the Bohn Aluminum and Brass Corporation of Detroit. Three years later, in 1957, it became a subsidiary of the White Motor Company. White then merged REO with Diamond T Trucks in 1967 to form Diamond-Reo Trucks, Inc. In 1975, this company filed for bankruptcy in the Western District of Michigan and most of its assets were liquidated. Volvo later took over White and thus currently owns the rights to the REO brandname.

Meanwhile, the corporation remained nominally after the 1954 Bohn sale. Management began liquidating the organization, but due to shareholder issues, instead acquired Nuclear Consultants, Inc., a nuclear medicine or nuclear industry services organization (unclear), and renamed the combined company “Nuclear Corporation of America, Inc.” The company diversified, and purchased other companies, to become a conglomerate, including nuclear, prefabricated housing, and steel joist businesses. Most of these business were failures, except for the latter, and the company was bankrupted once again in 1965. Upon reorganizing, only the successful steel joist business remained; that company started producing recycled steel, leading to today’s steel company, Nucor.



  • 19 AS
  • AC
  • Apollo
  • Comet
  • DC
  • GB
  • Gold Comet
  • M35
  • Raider
  • Royale
  • Speed Wagon
  • Speed Tanker


  • 96HTD
  • W series
  • Gold Comet


REOs in popular culture

  • An REO is mentioned in a humorous 1933 short story by James Thurber entitled, The Car We Had to Push. It tells the story of Thurber’s family car, which would only start if pushed a long way. After several odd adventures, the car is destroyed by a trolley car.
  • In the John Wayne movie Big Jake, the Texas Rangers were traveling in REOs, which were later destroyed by the bandits. (The cars destroyed were replicas, rather than the actual vehicles).
  • The American Country Music band Diamond Rio took their name from Diamond Reo trucks. The bands leader Marty Roe settled on the name Diamond Rio, taking the name from a member of the truck model line that had previously inspired the name of the rock group REO Speed-wagon. Roe misspelled “Reo” as “Rio,” but decided to make a virtue out of his mistake. “I like it like that. It has a country-Southwestern flavor,” he told the Chicago Tribune’s Jack Hurst.


1906 REO advertisement

1906 REO advertisement

1919 REO Motor Car Company Advertisement - The Syracuse Herald, June 8, 1919

A 1919 REO Motor Car Company Advertisement – The Syracuse Herald, June 8, 1919

1953 REO Motors ad Popular Mechanics

REO advertisement in 1953 (back cover of the October 1953 issue of Popular Mechanics)

1905 Reo Motor Car Company 1906 REO advertisement 1906 REO Model B Runabout 1906 Reo Runabout 1906 1906 Reo-auto 1906 logo 1907 REO 1908 Reo motor car co Ad 1909 reo grill emblem 1912 REO advertisement - R. M. Owens & Co. 1914 REO Speedwagon vrachtwagen Sneek 1914-27 REO Sneek 1916 REO J (2t) 1917 Model M Touring 7 pers. 1917 Reo Speed Wagon 1917 ReoCars 1918 The REO Speed Wagon was a motor truck manufactured by REO Motor Car Company 1919 REO Motor Car Company Advertisement - The Syracuse Herald, June 8, 1919 1919 REO Touring 1919 Reo-motor-car 1922 REO model U6 1923 REO Hainje Heerenveen B-6217A 1924 Reo School Bus - 1st School Bus in 1924 REO Speed Wagon 1924 REO Speedwagon Badge 1924 REO Speedwagon Pickup 1925 Mike's 1925 REO Miss Salem 1925 Reo Speed Wagon Delivery Truck 1925 REO Speed Wagon Fire Truck at Jack Daniel's Distillery, Lynchburg, Tennessee 1926 REO MODELE G Speedwagon 1926 REO Pullman Eaton B24F 1927 Reo Flying Cloud Brougham Ad 1927 Reo Flying Cloud Sedan 1927 REO Pullman maudslayml4 1928 REO Adelaide 1929 REO advertisement sold at Yanase dealerships in Japan 1929 Reo bus interior 1929 Reo Fire Truck 1929 REO Spanje 1930 Reo Flying Cloud Model 20 Sedan 1930 REO in aanbouw bij Hainje Heerenveen B-15312 1930 Reo Light Delivery Express 1930 Reo Safety Coach limavady-bus2 1930 REO 1930 REO-arm 1930 Reo-emblem 1931 ESA 8 REO. Kromhout. Hainje 1931 REO bus graphic 1931 Reo Car AG 6470  1931  Reo FB/Economy  Bounty Country Buses 1931 REO ID 1931 REO Pullman NG1109 1931 REO Reo Royale Victoria Eight 1931 Reo Royale Victoria Eight interiour 1931 Reo Royale Victoria Eight 1931 Reo Royale Victoria Eight-interior 1931 Reo school bus 1931 Reo Speed Wagon Panel Truck 1931 REO Sweden 1931 Reo-1 Granby International Classic Car Show - 1932 Reo Flying Cloud 1932 REO modelo Royale 4d 1932 REO modelo Royale 1932 Reo Royale Convertible Coupe 1932 Reo Royale Five-Passenger Victoria 1932 REO Royale Street Rod 1932 REO Speedwagon 1932 REO-A.R.M. KLM 1933 REO BBL7 Dysons Bus Service 1933 REO Hainje Heerenveen B-6217 1933 REO StateLib Qld Wilston-Fortitude 1933 reo-speedwagon-model-bn 1934 REO Bus 1934 REO Fitzjohn Winnipeg 1934 Reo Flying Cloud Three or Five-Passenger De Luxe Coupe 1934 REO, ARM carr. GTM 610, M-19539 1935 reo blew bus 1935 Reo Flying Cloud 4.7 litre 1935 REO Flying Cloud 6 cylinder Sedan 1935 REO log 1936 REO 1 1936 Reo car 1936 Reo Flying Cloud Six-Passenger Sport 1936 Reo Flying Cloud 1936 REO Hainje Heerenveen B-15312 1936 REO Speedwagon Fire Truck 1936 REO Speedwagon Pickup 1936 Rio bus Isreal Ad Proof Commercial Car Journal Sept 1947 1937 1904-67 REO Motor Car Company 1937 Reo Half-Ton Speed Delivery Pick-Up And Panel 1937 REO Pick Up 1937 REO Speedtanker 1937 REO Trucks 1938 reo 1 1938 REO Model 383-P Canandian American Trailways 110 1938 REO Panel 02 1938 REO with 1938 Curtiss Aerocar trailer a 1938 REO with 1938 Curtiss Aerocar trailer b 1938 REO with 1938 Curtiss Aerocar trailer c 1938 REO with 1938 Curtiss Aerocar trailer d 1938 REO with 1938 Curtiss Aerocar trailer e 1938 Speed Delivery België 1939 Reo Flying Cloud 1939 Reo Gold Crown with Heaver 35 seat full front bodywork 1939 REO Speed Tanker 1939 REO Speed Wagon Truck 1940 Bell Bus REO Speed Wagon 1941 REO 23BHRS, 6x6 1941 REO Speed Wagon bus 1942 REO 29XS (F1), 6x6 1942 REO LS60F, 4x4 1942 REO up259 1943 REO US6.U3, 6x6 1943 Syd Wood bodied Reo 1945 Reo Emblem 1945 Sydney built REO White Semi-trailer bus with MBA body 1945 1946 REO truck 1947 Reo Bus Emp Transp colectivod el Estado Ex ENT Santiago 1947 Reo Safety School Bus 1947 REO waiting for restauration 1947-52 REO NB-28-13 1948 REO D21 1948 Bury 2 1948 REO Flying Cloud 1948 REO Motors Inc 1948 Reo speed wagon 1948 Reo 1948 REO-bus-AngvikAuto 1948 REO-bus-AngvikAuto-4 1948_REO_Speed_Wagon_Restored_Truck_resize 1948-reo-4wd-school-bus-1 twiddys-gillig 1949 nanaimo-BLT36reo-cox 1949 REO 019 XA 1949 REO Speed Wagon in South Hill, Virginia 1949 Reo 1949 Reo-big- 1950 REO Car Company Diamond T or Reo Bus 1950 REO Motor Car Company Australië Reo Speed Wagon 1950 REO Motor Car Company Reo side loader 1950 REO Motors Lansing MI Ad 1950 REO, KAT Nash load ???????????????????????????????????? 1952 Reo bus 1952 Reo with a Watt Bros body 1952 REO М34, 6x6 1952 REO М35, 6x6 1953 REO Motors ad Popular Mechanics 1953 REO М36, 6x6 1953 REO ХМ282, 8x8 1953 reo 1954 Reo F221B Civil Rescue Car 1955 REO 1955 REO-logo-High-Res 1956 REO C-2 29XS 7½ tons kraan 1956 REO cab over 1956 REO Gold Comet 6X6 1956 Reo pusher Syd Wood Entrance Red Bus Svce 1956 REO М342, 6x6 1956 REO ХМ375, 8x8 1957 REO Advertisement 1957 Reo Gold Comet 1957 REO Hank Suderman Coll 1957 Reo M35 1957 REO pick up green OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 1957 Reo-t Finland 1958 REO Cottage Grove Dump Truck 1958 Reo dump truck 1959 Reo M-109-A2 Truck-Motorhome 1959 REO School Bus 7nov10 1959 REO ХМ453Е3 (8x8), left  ХМ434Е3, 6x6 1960 REO C332 Tip Truck (2) 1960 REO C332 Tip Truck 1961 Diamond-T 534CG - factory photo 1961 Reo series DF 1905 1961 Reo series DF cab over tractor 1961 Reo series DF truck with a straight box 1961 Reo series DF 1963 Reo tractor picture given to me by the White truck company in the 1960's. 1964 reo 1964 reo-ginkel-Automobielbedrijf Gebr. van Ginkel, Ederveen 1967 Reo 1972 REO with Syd Wood bodywork belonging to the Hunters Hill Bus Co 1972 Reolian midi bus REO 3-1,5 ton 6X6 truck (prototype) REO 25 REO 97460 REO A733 Tractor with Lowboy and Cat Dozer REO book REO C378+C478+C578 REO cabover using the Diamond T cab. Reo Coe Reo D 23 R REO Diesel a REO Diesel REO E ad REO Militar reo pub REO ss reo

DIAMOND T 1905 – 1967 Chicago USA

The Diamond T was an American automobile manufactured in Chicago from 1905 until 1911 by the Diamond T Motor Car Company. It was a powerful touring car (models up to 70 hp were available). The company later became known for its trucks. By 1967, as a subsidiary of White Motor Company, it was merged with Reo Motor Company to become Diamond Reo Trucks, Inc.

During World War II, Diamond T produced a classic heavy truck in the 980/981, a prime mover which was quickly acquired by the British Purchasing Commission for duty as a tank transportertractor. Coupled with a Rogers trailer, the truck gave sterling service with the British Army in North Africa Campaign, where its power and rugged construction allowed the rescue of damaged tanks in the most demanding of conditions. In addition Diamond T built the entire range of the G509 series 4 ton 6X6s, including cargo, dump, semi tractor, and wrecker trucks, as well as some lighter trucks, and even G7102 half tracks. Diamond T ranked 47th among United States corporations in the value of World War II military production contracts.

Diamond T manufactured two pickup trucks: the Model 80 and the Model 201. Both pickups were powered by the Hercules QX-series 6-cylinder engines. The Model 201 was produced from 1938 to 1949.

1937 Diamond T Truck red

Diamond T Truck 1937
1941 Diamond T Wrecker 1

Diamond T Wrecker 1941

1943 Diamond Т-969А, 6x6

Diamond T 969A Wrecker 1943

1958 Diamond T 630

1958 Diamond T 630



Model and Year Engine HP Wheelbase
Diamond T(1907) Four-cylinder 40 114″
Diamond T(1908) Four-cylinder 50 114″
Diamond T(1909) Four-cylinder 50 114″
Model D(1910) Four-cylinder 35 108″
Model E(1910) Four-cylinder 45 124″
Diamond T(1911) Four-cylinder 45 124″

Personenauto’s/ Cars

1907 Diamond T Roadster Automobil1907 Diamond T Roadster Automobil

Vrachtauto’s/ Trucks

Lichte Vrachtauto’s (tot 1932)/ Light Trucksiamond T 200 (4×2)

Lichte vrachtauto’s (vanaf 1932) Light Trucks

Middelzware vrachtauto’s (tot 1932) Middle Trucks

Middelzware vrachtauto’s (vanaf 1932) Middle Trucks

Zware vrachtauto’s (tot 1932) Heavy Trucks

Zware vrachtauto’s (vanaf 1932) Heavy Trucks

Militaire voertuigen Army Transporters

Vrachtauto’s (vanaf 1917) Trucks

Vrachtauto’s (vanaf 1940) Trucks

  • Diamond T 967 (6×6) – voorloper van de Diamond T 968 (totaal 1000 stuks)

Vrachtauto’s (vanaf 1941) Trucks

Zwaartransport trekkers (vanaf 1941) Heavy Pullers

Halftracks (vanaf 1940)

Civiele vrachtauto’s (vanaf 1953) Civil Trucks

See also

430_171 1907 Diamond T Roadster Automobil a 1907 Diamond T Roadster Automobil 1917 Diamond t 3,5ton 1919 Diamond t 4cyl 15 ton farmtruck 1928 Diamond Reo 1928 my reo 1928 Diamond T wood-fired Asphalt Distributor 4cyl Hercules engine 1930 Diamond Т truck with Т1 flak canon, 6x6 1930-Diamond-T-602c-2 1931 Diamond T truck of Chicago, IL model 801 6-wheeler (4x6) 4-ton, 6-cylinder 94 horse power, 189 inch wheel base. John Sexton & Co 1932 Diamond T 6cyl 1932 Diamond-T uit  B-4017 Berlikum NL 1933 Diamond t model 211 deluxe chassis 15ton 595 US Dorigcena Bay 1934 Diamond t 6 cyl firetruck 4l 1934 Diamond T De Luxe Model 211 Semi-Van Truck 1934 Diamond T De Luxe Model 211 Stake Truck 1934 Diamond T Doodlebug tanker 1934 Diamond T Doodlebug 1934 Diamond T Model 211 1934 Diamond T Model 311 1934 Diamond T 1934 Diamond-T Truck 1934-diamond-t-nbay-huntsville-moda 1935 Diamond t 6cyl short wb 1935 diamond T 220 deluxe cab 1935 Diamond T 220 1935 Diamond T Doodlebug (10) 1935 Diamond T Model 211 1935 Diamond T Tow Truck, Model 211 1935 Diamond T 1935 Diamond T211 2618 1935-Diamond-T-211-AD-2 1936 Diamond T 80 Deluxe model 80 1936 Diamond T 80 Deluxe model 80a 1936 diamond t 80 1936 Diamond T 212 bus owned by John Miles 1936 diamond T 1937 DIAMOND T (404, 406, 509, 612 and 614) 1937 Diamond T 80 1937 DIAMOND T 212 B 1937 Diamond T 212 owned by Hartley Spycher from Ballico 1937 Diamond T 301 ad 1937 Diamond T Model 212 Ice Cream Truck 1937 Diamond T Model 301 brochure 1937 Diamond T Truck b 1937 Diamond T Truck red 1937 Diamond T80 1937 2595 1938 Diamond T 80 1938 Diamond T Doo 1938 Diamond T Doodlebug fueler tanker truck a 1938 Diamond T Doodlebug fueler tanker truck 1938 Diamond t Dutch Radio 1938 Diamond T stakebed Hercules 300 cid SuperX 6cyl 4spd20in tyres 4 1938 Diamond T 1938 Diamond 1938 DiamondT 05 1000 1938 Diamond-T trekker B-24804 1938 SIA-Diamond T lede 1939 Diamond-T405 51-10-Parade_-_2-wm 1940 Diamond t 34 ton farm truck 1940 DIAMOND T 406 FIRETRUCK 1940-45 Diamond 4-ton Truck 6x6 1940-45 Diamond T M20 1941 Diamond T 15 tonflatbed 6cyl Hercules 4spdrear wheeldrive 1941 Diamond T 201 1941 Diamond T 406 1941 1941 Diamond t 968 1941 Diamond t 969 1941 Diamond T M19 with M9 trailer 1941 Diamond T Wrecker 1 1941 Diamond Т-968, 6x6 1941 Diamond-T ladder truck from New Milford 1941-diamond-t-201-panel 1942 Diamond Halftrack-production-3 1942 Diamond T 201 Panel 1942 Diamond T 404 HH Firetruck pumper 1942 Diamond T 406 1942 Diamond T 612 SC Tractor 1942 Diamond T 612 SCa 1942 Diamond T 969A Wrecker  Engine 8600cc (521 cid) Hercules RXC 6 cylinder 1942 Diamond T transporter 1942 Diamond Т Т54 1942 Diamond Т-972, 6x6 1942-Diamond-T-Wrecker-969A 1943 DIAMOND T 969 A 1943 Diamond T 981 Wrecker 1943 Diamond T 1000 1943 Diamond Т-969А, 6x6 1943 Diamond Т-981 (М20), 6x6 1944 Diamond T 910 reklama1 1944 Diamond Т-975А, 6x6 1944 Diamond Т-980 (М20), 6x6 1945 Diamond T 614 speed 1945 Diamond T 981 ESJ 609 1945 Diamond T Truck Model 614 at Oakland Bay Bridge CA 1945 Diamond T wrecker - Cummins 220 1945 Diamond Т-968В, 6x6 1946 Diamond T 910 N 1946 Diamond T model 404 1947 308 Diamond T 509 1947 Diamond T 201 1947 Diamond T 910 (2) 1947 Diamond T 910 Fuel Tanker 1947 Diamond T 910 fuel truck 1947 Diamond T 910 1947 Diamond T 910a 1947 Diamond T 910z 1947 Diamond T Tanker Truck 1947 Diamond T Tractor Unit  Engine 5900cc 1947 Diamond T truck 1948 Diamond T ad 1948 Diamond T Truck Model 910 at Golden Gate Bridge CA 1949 DIAMOND T 201 PICKUP 1949 Diamond T 306 1949 Diamond T 306a 1949 Diamond T logging truck maybe a 614 H model 1949 Diamond T Model 201 1949 Diamond T Model 620ad 1949 DIAMOND T Pick Up 201 1949 Diamond T 1949 diamond t-coe-red 1949 Diamond-t-model-201-pickup 1950 Diamond T 1950 Walker 1950 Diamond T 1950 Diamond-T Truck Model 910-R 1951 Diamond en opl 1951 Diamond T 620 1951 Diamond T 700 Tractor Dump Trailer 1951 Diamond Т М41, 6x6 SANYO DIGITAL CAMERA 1952 Diamond T 322 420 Schlitz Beer Truck 1952 Diamond T 720 Mixer 1952 Diamond T Tilt-Cab Model 921C Tractors 1952 Diamond Т М54, 6x6 1953 Diamond T 921 1953 Diamond T Tilt-Cab 720C 1953 Diamond T 1953 Diamond-T model 660 1953 Diamond-T Model 720 Truck 1953-Diamond-T-622-Dump-Truck-Factory 1954 Diamond T 951 S 1954 Diamond T Nebitts Soda truck from Fresno, California 1954 Diamond T 1954 Diamond-T 630 Series heavy-service dump trucks 1955 Diamond D P de Rond bijz en zware transporten 1955 International Truck Model RDF 405 1956 Diamond T 1957 Diamond T 730-C 1957 Diamond T 1000 gallon tanker RaynhamE6old 1957 Diamond T Model 921C Semi Truck 1957 Diamond T Trailer 1958 Diamond T 630 1958 Diamond T 830 Cement Mixer 1958 Diamond T 921 Dw,16in Powersdumptrailer 1958 Diamond T model 536 fire truck a 1958 Diamond T model 536 fire truck 1958 REO AC-536 - factory photo 1959 Diamond T 630 Al Richardson Collection030 1960 Diamond Т М62, 6x6 1961 Diamond T 921 DN 1961 Diamond T Model 4300 Truck 1961 Diamond t 1962 Diamond T Tilt-Cab Truck 1963 Diamond T — 6 x 6 1964 Diamond T 1968 Ad Copy - Diamond Reo 1968 Diamond Reo COE 1969 Diamond 969 USA 1969 Diamond Reo fire truck 1971 Diamond Reo short hood wrecker 1972 Diamond Reo AMT T-537 1972 Diamond Reo C9242D Tractor 1974 Diamond Reo C11964DFT 2005 Diamond T , pencil drawing 3820_1_lg OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA a428e689-08f8-4ccf-b507-2ea1 aa0be08f-8b80-43de-9fd1-612d Diamond 4-ton Truck 6x6 DIAMOND 6 (5) DIAMOND 6 Diamond 980- DIAMOND DEKKER MET ENKELA DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH diamond leger t Diamond REO 911 Diamond Reo 1928 my reo Diamond REO Ad Diamond REO Australië Diamond REO CF 65 Ad Diamond Reo CF-65 model a Diamond Reo CF-65 model b Diamond Reo CF-65 model c Diamond Reo CF-65 model d Diamond Reo CF-65 model e Diamond Reo CF-65 model f Diamond Reo CF-65 model Diamond REO sharp Diamond REO UPS Diamond Reos UPS DIAMOND Schiedamsche Cartonage fabriek 6 (1) Diamond T (2) Diamond T (3) diamond t (5) OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA diamond t (7) DIAMOND T (404HH, 509 and 614H) Diamond T .. Diamond T - Diamond T 2 DIAMOND T 6 (2) DIAMOND T 6 (3) DIAMOND T 6 (4) Diamond T 6 with new sled for the donkey on board Diamond T 11 Diamond T 201 België Diamond T 304a Diamond T 306 B34036-2 Diamond T 404 Diamond T 420 Diamond T 495XUX OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Diamond T 606 Wrecker Diamond T 630 Blue Diamond T 700 McCools Diamond T 738 and 838 Series Diamond T 931C Series a Diamond T 931C Series Diamond T 950 and 951 Series DIAMOND T 968 A DIAMOND T 969A Wrecker diamond t 970 Diamond T 980 981 Diamond T 1000 diamond t a Diamond T Beers Ad Diamond T Bus Gibraltar Evacuee Camp, Jamaica Bound for the City Diamond T by WayneBenedet Diamond T COE & Livestock Trailer Diamond T D-5000 Series Diamond T Diesel Model 921DFN Diamond T Diesel Series 923DB, with set back front axle Diamond T dt01 Diamond T EH4316 Diamond T en France Diamond T fuel tanker Diamond T hauler Diamond T img622 Diamond T logo Diamond T Model 211 Diamond T Model 420 Fire Truck Diamond T model 931CN-34DT Diamond T Model 931CN-38D Diamond T P400 Series Fire Truck at a lot in Yakima, WA. Diamond T patch Diamond T pictures Diamond T Q Series 6-Wheel Chassis Diamond T red b Diamond T REO Diamond T Rescue Diamond t Rome Diamond T Tanker REO Diamond T Tilt-Cab Model 921C Tractors a Diamond T Tilt-Cab Model 921C Tractors Diamond T Tiltcab Series 534CG Diamond T Tiltcab Series 734CG Diamond T Trailor Diamond T Truck Bl diamond t truck dodge servic Diamond T Truck Short WAR DIAMOND T TRUCKS NEON SIGN diamond t usfs Diamond T van Owendyk Diamond T Wieringa 1 Diamond T Wrecker b DIAMOND T, Diamond T 1 1-2-Ton Model 306 Diamond T Diamond T1 Fire and Rescue Diamond T80 Diamond Tee diamond T's 969 Diamond diamond-t 1000c DiamondT Model 981 Soft Top met M9 Rogers aanhangwagen als M-20 Tanktransporter diamond-t-1-ton-08 diamond-t-622-truck brochure 53 diamond-t980-klein diamond-t-981-05 diamond-t-trucks-1911-1966-photo-archive images Pickfords Diamond T Picture13-3_zps433e5b16 SIA-DiamondT_01_1000

Buses bodybuilders AYATS Gerona Spain II

Bussen AYATS Spanje II

Ayats Pegaso 5036 Tatort 1984

AYATS II. Ik had het niet gedacht, maar vond tijdens het maken van het vorige blog nog zoveel mooie oude AYATS bussen, dat er gewoon nog een deel II volgt.

Ayats Pegaso derbibusu

Een prachtige Reclamebus over Campiona Del Mundo. Een mooi model met een korte draaicirkel.

Ayats Sava small bus

En kijk nu toch eens, een mini bus van SAVA met een Ayats opbouw. Wat een portie glas, en een prachtig front.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Z1230

En een Hispano Suiza Pegaso. Die combi kende ik ook nog niet. Dit model wel eerder gezien als AYATS in combinatie met DAF.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Z1229

En nog een Hispano Suiza Pegaso, maar hier is alles veel ronder, en wederom bijna compleet van glas, met van die cadillac achtige vleugelachterlampen.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso 5023 CL Ayats
Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje

En hier een paar prachtige foto’s van model AYATS met Austin motor.

Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje
Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje
Ayats Austin Autocar Gerona Spanje
Ayats Berliet 1952

En hier een prachtige Spaanse Franse Ayats Berliet PCR bus. Wat een Chrome en glas.

Ayats Berliet pcr Ayats 1952 Zijkant
Een prachtig Ouwetje uit 1935 een Ayats BMC 1935 nobmc1935el0
Ayats Diamond

En nog een beauty: een AYATS Diamond jaar onbekend.

Ayats Hispano Suiza Berliet 33 1957 espagne
Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Diesel
Ayats M-21904
Ayats M-184974 lateral
Ayats isidorobelmonte
Ayats Pegaso-Z-408-01
Ayats Magirus Deuts 2x 007yhg
Ayats Mercedes Benz Sp M-9350-MC
Ayats Jupiter IVECO
Ayats Bravo I MAN Spanje
Ayats Onbekend GE
Ayats Pegaso 1955 autocarexs
Ayats Pegaso 5036 Autoescuela 1962
Ayats Pegaso-z 1962 Mallorca


Ayats Pegaso 5061 carrossat per Ayats el 1964