Autocar Xspotter – Feature Friday

Autocar Xspotter is the Featured Truck of the week
NEW! Autocar Xspotter yard mule or yard tractor. Pure Powerhouse!
This week’s “Feature Friday”, featured truck of the week:

Autocar’s long history of custom-engineering and servicing severe service vocational trucks makes us a natural fit for the yard tractor market. The Autocar Xspotter® is the newest high-performance tough truck series from Autocar. We appreciate an opportunity to review the Xspotter features with you.

There’s more information and specifications on our New Autocar xspotter truck page about this truck.

By |July 19th, 2014|Autocar Trucks, Feature Friday|Comments Off on Autocar Xspotter – Feature Friday

Autocar DC10064 – Throwback Thursday

The 1948 Autocar DC10064 Tractor – Throwback Thursday

This week’s Throwback Thursday truck is a 1948 Autocar DC10064. Autocar’s history in the US is as impressive or more so than any other commercial truck manufacturer. There’s some really great info on Wikipedia about the Autocar Truck line and history.

If you have an old truck you would like us to post on Throwback Thursday, send us your pictures of your logoed or non-logoed trucks and your truck may be selected and posted on our Throwback Thursday posts.

Special Thanks to Wikipedia for truck pictures and historical information.

By |April 24th, 2014|Autocar Trucks, Throwback Thursday|Comments Off on Autocar DC10064 – Throwback Thursday

Autocar Truck History

Autocar dates back to 1897
Did you know?
Interesting history on the first commercial trucks built in America. We’ll be adding more about Autocar in the weeks to come. Founder, Louis Clarke was a mechanical engineer, and along with his brother John Clarke established the Autocar truck brand.
The first delivery truck in America – 1899

1912 Autocar Logo

By |March 6th, 2014|Autocar Trucks, Bentley News & Events, Commercial Trucking Industry, Throwback Thursday|Comments Off on Autocar Truck History