Designed by Joseph Gault. Designed by Tiit Telmet.
Following the First World War, Canadian farmers realizes the many advantages of owning a truck, from less expensive Ford models to premium-priced models built by companies such as the Gotfredson Truck Corporation. Canadian production began in 1920 with a range of commercial vehicles, taxis, fire truck chassis and busses. Costumers were impressed by the rugged construction and the cast-aluminum radiators. The truck also boasted Buda and Hercules engines, Timken and Clark axles and Brown-Lipe transmissions. The Canadian plant, reorganized in 1929, continued to produce Gotfredson trucks until 1936.
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