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6 edition of A history of motor truck development found in the catalog.

A history of motor truck development

by Ernest R. Sternberg

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Published by Society of Automotive Engineers in Warrendale, PA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Trucks -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementErnest R. Sternberg.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL230 .S677 1981
    The Physical Object
    Pagination65 p. :
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3787293M
    ISBN 100898832640
    LC Control Number81051921

      FORD MODEL 18 V The first low-priced V How many built: , built in , tens of millions more through Starting price: From $ . The company’s motor truck business reached new heights in with sales totalling $ million – a record for the motor truck division. This figure was per cent of International Harvester’s total volume.

    2.a) Parts of an electric motor: There are many kinds of electric motors but in general they have some similar parts. Each motor has a stator, which may be a permanent magnet (as shown in the 'universal motor' above) or wound insulted wires (an electromagnet like in the photo above-right).The rotor sits the middle (most of the time), and is subject to the magnetic field created . Cultural, economical, political and generally every aspect life and development, is more or less related to transportation. The transportation had it’s own history, from the time when moving freight was done mostly by train and horse-drawn vehicle, up to the point when trucks took over the biggest share in all national freight moving.

    A 15, pound lift truck, the “Jumbo” is Willamette-Hyster Company’s first truck to use pneumatic tires and a telescoping mast. The organization is renamed “Hyster Company” and an export department is created to provide better service for lift trucks being sold in other parts of the world. The pickup truck has been intricately intertwined with American culture as far back as the s, when Henry Ford took notice of a preliminary pickup truck design that the military was using during World War I. Ford was the original designer of the civilian pickup truck, integrating it into a special Model T vehicle.


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