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· Diamond T Woodie Project (Aug 29, 2009)
· Model 80 D, Chasses number 304570 (Jul 04, 2009)
· 1910 Diamond Car up-date (Jun 21, 2008)
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· Free Diamond T truck (Nov 15, 2007)
· Book Published: Diamond T Trucks 1911-1966 Photo Archive (Oct 09, 2007)
· History and comments Modle 80D CHASSIS NUMBER 304570 (Oct 09, 2007)
· 509 parts (Sep 25, 2007)
· 2 Diamond T 3/4 ton panel trucks. (Jun 26, 2007)
· '39 1 1/2 ton all original (Apr 24, 2007)
Diamond T Woodie Project
Model 80 D, Chasses number 304570
WatchmanII - Oct 09, 2007 - Model 80 D, Chasses number 304570
Original history of this truck is posted in Diamond T Registry. The information above will get you to the original story.
Many hours of work - now the fun.
I have attended many car shows and antique truck and tractor shows. The 80 D is always very popular and I usually loose my voice in the afternoon, as so many people are interested in the truck and the history.
I have kept the truck original as much as possible. The truck was purchased new in Butte Montana for use on a dairy farm. Now the truck is in Ferndale, WA. Hope to see you!
1910 Diamond Car up-date
Its Bill here, Just wanted to say hello, and let you know what has been going on with the 1910 Diamond.
This spring we got tires mounted on it. Now its alot
DT Diesel Conversion
Hello! I am brand new in this Forum, but not new to Diamond T's. Not knowing exactly where and how to start, I began as an apprentice Cadillac Mechanic in i958 after messing around with Harleys and Cushman motorscooters. I soon graduated to
Free Diamond T truck
I have an old Diamond T truck on my property in Oroville, CA, that I would like to get rid of. Call me for information and photos.
Book Published: Diamond T Trucks 1911-1966 Photo Archive
My book, Diamond T 1911-1966 Photo Archive, is now available. This is a must have for any Diamond T fan. My extensive research
History and comments Modle 80D CHASSIS NUMBER 304570
I have a 1938 Diamond T pickup Model 80 D, Chasses number 304570.
I purchased the truck in Butte, Mt. In 1985. The truck
TOM ALLEN OF DENVER CO IS PARTING OUT A 1947 509S AT REASONABLE
PRICES (NO BODY PARTS
HIS E-MAIL IS Tec4x4toy@aol.com
also has a web site WWWfortysevendiamondt.com
2 Diamond T 3/4 ton panel trucks.
In 1939 my father and his brothers bought 2 Diamond T 3/4 ton panel trucks. one was sold in the early 40's but my father kept his until 1963. I have many pictures of our beloved Diamond T, which was not only our work truck but also our family transportation until I got a car in 1951. I still have the emblem from the horn, and the nameplate from the engine compartment. I am delighted that other people share my affection for Diamond T's. Tom Karones
'39 1 1/2 ton all original
'39 1 1/2 ton all original for sale. last ran 5 years ago. will have pictures soon.
Diamond T 975a
I am restoring a 1944 Diamond T 975a cargo truck,it was in the canadian army during WW2.and then given to the norwegian army.It then came to the UK where I managed to get hold of it.The engine is Hercules RXC petrol engine.CAN YOU HELP.I AM IN UGENT NEED OF A EXHAUST MANIFOLD.Thanks for reading.
Model 80 that was auctioned
I looked at the Diamond T model 80 that was auctioned off. I drove over early in the week to take a look at it because I had a prior commitment for
1948 Diamond T and SEABISCUIT
Thought the following press release might be of interest to you. As you may already be well aware, the 1948 Diamond T Classic as seen on your website was
Diamond vintage ads
I have a huge collection of wonderful Vintage Diamond T and other Truck ads from all eras and publications...lots of info and great for framing also. Contact me for details and I will get right back to you.
1948 Diamont T
1936 Diamond T pickup
My brother and I are the proud owners of a Diamond T pickup. It was purchased and driven off the showroom floor by our late father. The Diamond T was used by our grandfather's company to haul dynamite and nitroglycerine in the oil fields of California. After the company was sold, my father bought the truck, and we have had it ever since. A couple of years ago, we had it refirbished to as close to its original state as possible.
Originally, the company purchased two Diamond Ts. I have been told that one was the deluxe and the other standard. One of the trucks was involved in an accident, and we still have some of the original parts.
I would be happy to communicate with any other Diamond T pick up owners.
I have been ready some of you answers to questions. I would like to set the record straight. White Motor Corporation bought REO in 1957 and then bought Diamond T in 1958. In 1960 White Motor Corporation moved Diamond T to Lansing, MI where the REO's and Diamond Ts and some model White Trucks came off the
What engine letters stand for.
I have not found this restoration parts dealer in your web site. Very professional and comes with my highest recomendations. Pat Walsh Restorations 39 Bartley Street PO Box Q Wakefield Massachusetts 01880 Phone# 781-246-3266 fax# 781-224-3311. He can supply a wide range of parts and specializes in rubber. There is a catalogue available on request. It is definatly worth it.
1970 Diamond Reo Info Needed
Hello, I am a supervisor over the body shop at a UPS facility in Indiana. This cab was sent to me from out of
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In 1905 Charles Tilt formed the Diamond T Motor car Company of Chicago . During the first 6 years, custom built passenger cars were manufactured by hand in the rear of a small one story garage. Diamond T switched exclusively to building trucks, discontinuing its passenger line in 1911. His truck production prospered beyond belief. In the late 20,s with a desire for increased truck speed, Charles started streamlining the trucks. He repowered with the faster 6 cylinder engines, air cushioned pneumatic tires. Simultaneously he marketed nation wide and later world wide through a dealer-distributing organization an innovation at that time. These dealerships led to company growth as exemplified by the production of more than 50,000 heavy duty military vehicles for our armies in World War Two. Diamond T was responsible for many advances in truck design. These include the fin and tube radiator, the adoption of 7 bearing 6 cylinder truck engines, 4 wheel hydraulic brakes, fully enclosed deluxe cabs, and hydraulic shock absorbers as standard equipment for heavy duty trucks. In 1958 Diamond T was purchased by White Motor Corporation and became a division of White. It continued to be a leader in truck design.
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