We fould these two old Autocar commercial truck pictures for Throwback Thursday

One is a 1947 C-series model and the other is a 1949 C-series model. Autocar trucks are awesome trucks and there’s a lot of US history tied in to the Autocar name.

Here’s some interesting info we found on Wikipedia:

The Autocar Company is a Hagerstown, Indiana specialist manufacturer of severe-duty, Cab Over Engine vocational trucks. Started in 1897[1] inArdmore, Pennsylvania as a manufacturer of Brass Era automobiles, and trucks from 1899. The last cars were produced in 1911 and the company continued as an innovative maker of severe-duty trucks. In 1953 Autocar was taken over by the White Motor Company which made Autocar their top-of-the-line brand. White was taken over in turn by Volvo Trucks in 1980 with Autocar continuing as a division. In 2001, it was sold to GVW Group, LLC, which revived Autocar as an independent company. Autocar now builds three models of custom-engineered, heavy duty trucks and has regained leading positions in several vocational segments.

Autocar truck pictures are from the remarkablevehicles.com and remarkablecars.com websites.