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What Am I for Saturday 11/12/11

Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck Friday, November 11, 2011 2:51 PM
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Time for another old timer. Emblem removed. Photo from Bill White.

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Don MacKenzie
 Posted Friday, November 11, 2011 3:06 PM
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MARTIN.

Don

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 Posted Friday, November 11, 2011 3:29 PM
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I believe it is a Martin as well.

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agreed, 1912 model

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 Posted Saturday, November 12, 2011 4:08 PM
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It's unanimous, at least for those who dared to take a crack at this one. This truck is a Martin from 1912. Roger Martin was at our Florida chaper meeting today and told me this truck was named after him; funny, I didn't think he was that old ! Actually, this truck was named for a Milton Martin, starting in 1908. Martin (Milton Martin, that is) continued to build trucks from 800 lb to 6 ton capacity up to 1916 when Milton Martin passed away. Don MacKenzie had this 1st; thanks to Bill White for the photo.

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 Posted Saturday, November 12, 2011 4:13 PM
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The M.D. Martin Carriage Works was formed in West York, Pennsylvania in 1890. By the turn of the century, Martin and the George W. Hoover and Sons were the region’s largest builders. Both firms would later play a role in the region’s automobile and commercial body manufacturing business.

The emergence of the motor truck, and in particular, the International High-Wheeler did not go unnoticed by Martin. They introduced a ½-ton high-wheeled truck in 1909 designed by Edward C. Kraft (formerly of Hart Kraft), that was powered by a 16hp 2-cylinder engine that delivered power its rear wheels via a planetary transmission and chain drive. A re-designed ½ -ton to 6-ton COE debuted in 1911 powered by a choice of either a 29- or 66-hp Wisconsin 4-clinder engine. The 2-cylinder Martin was discontinued in 1913 and the 4-cylinder chassis became the all-new Atlas truck in 1916.




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