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What Am I for Monday 12/06/10

Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck Sunday, December 05, 2010 3:23 PM
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Dump truck from 1917. Emblem removed. Photo from Don MacKenzie.



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Daryl Gushee
 Posted Sunday, December 05, 2010 3:27 PM
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I'll take a stab at it. White 5 ton and Browning crane.

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Also Stab/WAG  DENBY , unknown Crane manufacturer..

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I never knew you can zoom in on the picture.
Change my guess to Brockway. I'll stick with Browning crane


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WAG: SERVICE. Whatever it is , it looks to be "internal gear drive".

I'll guess ERIE on the crane. Definitely a WAG.
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 Posted Monday, December 06, 2010 3:34 AM
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WAG for me as well. Riker. No clue on the crane.

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I'LL GO WITH DENBY
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 Posted Monday, December 06, 2010 11:23 AM
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Part  of the story with two men : Jules Caesar. Ayers & Ralph J. Handy

In February 1918, Jules Cesar Ayers of the Towar-Ayers Co. was a “pioneer” in the truck manufacturing industry; has been elected vice president of the Denby Motor Truck Co of Detroit and placed in general charge of sales and advertising.

he has become nationally known in the field through years of association with it and  brings to his new connection an experience that is of value. As one of the real pioneers of the industry he has acquired unusually thorough knowledge of many distinct types of trucks and equipment required to perform satisfactorily the  widely work of the various lines of using motor haulage and he knows  the problems of the hauler and distributor and the sort of co-operation from the factory which the dealer needs.

In 1918, he was elected vice president of the Detroit Automobile Dealers Association .

In Nov 1919, he resigned from vice president of the Denby Motor Truck Co to become president of the Motor Truck Corp. recently formed to take over control of theUniversal Service Co. maker of the  Universal truck. (production ceased in 1920).

From the beginning of 1916 until 1917, Ralph J. Handy (the Manufacturer of the Handy speed wagon), became an employe of the Towar–Ayers Co. Then running The IHC Agency for the Wayne county & Southeastern Michigan.



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Despite Dan Souday's lengthy dissertation, no one has named this truck yet. It is a product of Grand Rapids.

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Monday, December 06, 2010 2:27 PM by Jeff Lakaszcyck
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WAG part deux: Peerless.

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