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Diamond T

The Diamond T Motor Car Company manufactured automobiles until 1911 when the first truck led to exclusive truck production and soon gained legendary status as style leaders. While "The Handsomest Truck in America" became a long-standing slogan, Diamond T also emphasized its engineering leadership. Builders of more than 1500 Class B "Liberty" trucks in World War I, Diamond T produced nearly 50,000 thousand prime movers, half-tracks, army wreckers, tank tractors, and tank movers in World War II. The late 1940s were years of peak production, but as the 1950s progressed, Diamond T found independent status problematic. The White Motor Company purchased Diamond T in 1958; moving production from Chicago to Reo's manufacturing facilities in Lansing, Michigan, in 1960, creating the Lansing Division to produce Diamond T and Reo trucks. Both Diamond T and Reo ceased to be separate trucks starting in 1967 when White's new Diamond Reo Division began producing Diamond Reo trucks.
Diamond T, unknown year This one is in perfect condition, not many left in South Africa.
Diamond T in junk yard Well, Diamond in the rough. Photo was taken at a old truck junk yard in Gainesville, Florida.
1957 Diamond T Model 30 & Mack Midlum My 1957 Diamond T model 530 being moved from one house to another on a Mack Midlum tilt-tray.
Cormack & Tranter Diamond T Prime Mover Diamond T prime mover with 4 cylinder General Motors Engine at T.W.U. (Transport Workers Union) day,...
1967 Diamond Reo 6x6 in Australia Diamond Reo 6x6 Imported from USA for the South Australian Electric Board in 1967 as a Cherry Picker...
1964 Diamond T3320 Reo Gold Comet 1964 Diamond T 3320 .REO Gold Comet petrol engine, 5 Speed O/drive G/Box with Joey, 30 000lb Eaton D...
Diamond Ts working near Brisbane in 1960s Diamond T”s working on the North side of Brisbane in the 60s. Great period photo from the owner on...
Diamond Reo, NSW, Austalia Diamond Reo in a truck yard in Inverell, New South Wales, Austalia, in 2006.
Kurt Johannsen - Diamond T Road Train Kurt Johannsen hauling rolling sock - Diamond T
Diamond Reo Diamond Reo at the HCVAQ truck show Brisbane August 24th 08
Diamond 'T' and Atom Bomb Test We used this Diamond "T" to pull a Centurion tank out to see what damage the bomb would do. This was...
Baldock Diamond T Road Train, Australia A mate, Ted Smith, who drove for Baldock took this picture and a few of us got copies from him as it...

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