At one point in trucking history The White Motor Company cast a very long shadow producing not only their own brand of trucks but also trucks by Diamond-T and later Diamond Reo. Here are two prime examples of both.
This 1964 P-4300 made the journey to York all the way from Rosemere, Quebec and I’m sure glad it did. What a fantastic restored gem.
The video doesn’t capture how great the Cummins sounded coming through duel straight pipes but I can tell you it was loud but not to the point of being obnoxious.
Moving to the other end of the spectrum we have this customized Diamond Reo.
This one was a real attention grabber for obvious reasons. It sounded as good as it looked.