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Autocar » Type XVIII / XXI

According to corporate publicity, Autocar began to give "serious attention to the development of motor trucks" in 1907. The 1907 Type XVIII "commercial car was developed for taxicab work and for other forms of commercial hauling." In 1908, the 1.5- to 2-ton capacity Type XXI truck was introduced. The frame for the 97-inch wheelbase model was made of "pressed steel channel re-enforced with hard wood. This construction combines strength and resiliency in a peculiar degree, and acts as a shock absorber in protecting the mechanism from the effects of vibration and strain. The four-cycle water-cooled motor featured two horizontally opposed cylinders. It was equipped with double flywheels and a crankshaft mounted on ball bearings. Approx in 1918 this model was renewed and then was sold till 1922.

Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
1911 Autocar XXI1911 Autocar XXI1916 Autocar XXI-F1917 Autocar XXI-F
Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
1916 Autocar XXI1916 Autocar XXI1917 Autocar XXI1918 Autocar XXI
Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
1918 Autocar XXI1918 Autocar XXI1918 Autocar XXI1918 Autocar XXI
Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
1919 Autocar XXI1919 Autocar XXIAutocar XXIAutocar XXI
Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
Autocar XXIAutocar XXIAutocar XXIAutocar XXI
Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
Autocar XXIAutocar XXIAutocar XXIAutocar XXI
Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
Autocar XXI1910 Autocar XXI
From Autocar Trucks: 1899-1950 photo archive book
Autocar XXI chassis
From Autocar Trucks: 1899-1950 photo archive book
Autocar XXI
Type XVIII / XXIType XVIII / XXI
Autocar XXI1921 Autocar XXI F

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