1919 Walker Electric “Stand and Drive” Battery Operated Truck.The Walker Electric Company was located in Chicago, Illinois and started their first truck production in 1907.
1938 Walker Dynamotive. There were two Truck Companies that manufactured delivery trucks in the late 1920’s to early1940’s Era that were know as Gas/Electric Trucks.
1931 Twin Coach Stand and Drive Truck. Twin Coach Motor Company manufactured buses and trucks.
1936 Thorne C-1 Concept Truck. The Thorne Gas-Electric Company was founded in Chicago in 1928 by Bill Niblack and Ward Thorne.
1937 Stutz Pak-Age-Car. In 1932, Stutz Motor Company bought the Pak-Age-Car Company.
1954 International RA-140 Stand & Drive. International Delivery trucks were very popular in our area of Pennsylvania.
1967 Ford F-350 Refrigerated Truck. This style of truck had a Ford 300 6 cylinder engine with an automatic transmission.
1956 Ford F-1. The 1954 to 1956 Ford F-100 pickup trucks were my favorite designs from when they came out and up to the present.
1931 Model AA Standrive Delivery Trucks. Since my goal is to find rare “Stand & Drive” delivery vehicles, restore them to original status and save them for future generations to enjoy, a friend of mine contacted me in August 2018.
1926 Divco Truck Model A. The Divco Company started their truck business in 1926 with electric/battery and then switched to gas-powered special designed trucks.
1929 Divco “G” truck was in the Merritt family from 1939 to 2014. I bought the truck in July 2014 from my friend Ted Merritt.
1936 Divco S – Ice Truck. Divco Truck Company started producing delivery trucks in 1926.
1937 Divco SF model was manufactured for only two years. It was first introduced in 1936 and only 9 trucks were manufactured.
1941 Divco Twin. Twin Coach Motor Company manufactured buses and trucks.
1956 Divco #15 is from the company that originally built these trucks. The Company was the Detroit Industrial Vehicle Company.
1962 Divco #10 truck looks a lot like the 1956 model #15 Divco. The reason I bought this truck was to show the engine selection availability.
1950 Deliveral Stand/Drive and Sit/Drive is from a local junkyard. The interesting thing about this truck is the former owner had a Huckster Business
1949 Marmon Harrington Deliveral. Rutter’s owned four Deliveral Trucks. They were the hardest trucks to teach people to drive (this was like the Pak-Age-Kar pedal system).
1964 Corvair Rampside Pickup. This truck does not fit in the category of “Stand & Drive” delivery trucks that I collect and restore.
1940 Era DeKalb Rubber Tire Milk Wagon. Rutter’s Dairy owns an older milk wagon that was used in the 1910’s to the 1920’s.