Diamond Reo Trucks, Diamond Reo C11664DB & Diamond Reo Giant

Diamond Reo Trucks was found in the year 1904 and as a motor car Lansing, Michigan based company which is involved in manufacturing trucks and automobiles. It also specializes in producing buses on truck platforms.

The company was found in the year 1904 by Ransom E. Olds and had titles of General Manager and President. For ensuring reliable parts, he organized a couple of organizations such as Michigan Screw Company, Atlas Drop Forge Company and National Coil Company.

Earlier it was known as R. E Olds Motor Company, but the founder of company later changed the name as Olds Motor Company. It is one of the wealthiest manufacturers of automobiles in United States which has the annual sales of more than $4.5 million. In the year 1908, Diamond Reo Trucks Company decreased the production of their automobiles to compete against emerging companies like General Motors and Ford.

In the year 1910, Diamond Reo Trucks opened Canadian Plant and truck manufacturing division in St. Catherines, Ontario and manufactured one of the best cars that had seating capacity of five, two or four with 30 to 35 horsepower engines. Flying Cloud was the first vehicle manufactured and launched by the company in 1927 that featured an expanding brake system and Fabio Segardi styling.

Diamond Reo Trucks is a leading manufacturer of performance oriented cars and trucks like Diamond Reo C11664DB & Diamond Reo Giant.

Diamond Reo C11664DB was manufactured in the year 1905 till 1927 by Lansing, Michigan based company called Diamond Reo Trucks. This truck became very popular in the market as it was quite light in weight and comes with 38,000 pounds of rear axle capacity. It is equipped with long nose hood and large grille at the front.

The front axle capacity of Diamond Reo C11664DB is 20,000 pounds which can be increased to 80,000 pounds for rear.

Diamond Reo Giant is basically a giant trailer that comes with 10 speed transmission and Cummins engine which is good for producing 375 horsepower.

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