Motoexotica Classic Cars
2340 Cassens Dr.
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
1956 Diamond T Cab over Engine 931CN Previously owned by George Crouse, former president, board member of the American Truck Historical Society Single Axle Cab-over model 931C Cummins 743 CID, 24-valve, six-cylinder diesel engine (code NH220) - 220 hp and 606 lbs-ft or torque! 10-speed manual transmission This model had one of the tallest cab-over profiles in the industry and drivers enjoyed a commanding view of the road ahead Gross weight of 30,000 pounds Dual fuel tanks Chrome mirrors, grab handles, horn and single exhaust stack While front bumper, grille and wheels Stainless rear quarter fenders 22.5-inch wheels Now for something completely different! Did you know big rigs existed at least as far back as 1956? We proudly offer this rarely seen '56 Diamond T Model 931CN cab-over-engine rig with a cosmetic restoration. This particular model was previously owned by George Crouse, former president and board member of the American Truck Historical Society. It's a single axle model and had one of the tallest cab-over profiles in the industry, giving drivers a commanding view of the road ahead. The red paint contrasts nicely with the white trim of the grille, front bumper and wheels. The bodywork is straight and solid with a clean engine bay. It has dual fuel tanks and the following chrome parts - mirrors, grab handles, horn and single exhaust stack. In front are Goodyear tires while in back are Bridgeton truck tires, all size 11R22.5. Each one is mounted to a red wheel with white trim and chrome center caps up front. The wheels are in very good order but the tires are in good, original condition. Beneath the cab is a Cummins 743 CID, 24-valve, six-cylinder diesel engine (code NH220) - 220 horsepower and 606 lbs-feet of torque! The motor is linked to a 10-speed manual transmission. Gross vehicle weight is 30,000 pounds. The cab opens a window into the past. There's a wide center console, with just enough room behind the seats for a twin roll-away mattress, a far cry from today's sleepover cabs. The driver's seat is upholstered in a medium blue while the navigator's chair is green. The gearshift lever falls to the driver's right hand while a bank of toggle switches resides on the center console, with a full array of gauges to the left, framed by the steering wheel. The fuel, temp and amp gauges are inop. The entire cabin is vintage mid-1950s. If you're a truck collector, this model may fit nicely into your collection. If you specialize in Diamond T models, this is definitely one you do not want to pass up. Stop by MotoeXotica Classic Cars today to check out this classic rig! VIN: 931CN0208 This truck is currently located at our facility in St. Louis, Missouri. Current mileage on the odometer shows 54,036 miles. It is sold as is, where is, on a clean and clear, mileage exempt title. GET OUT AND DRIVE!!! Note: Please see full terms and conditions listed below that pertain to the purchase of any said vehicle, thank you.
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