As many as 3 Dietrich coachbuilt bodies were built on 148-inch (3,800 mm) wheelbases in 1931.
In 1923, the company sold an early recreational vehicle, called the "Motor Pullman Car." Designed by Battle Creek, Michigan newspaper editor J. Brown, the automobile included a drop-down sleeping extension, a built-in gas range, and a refrigerator.NOTICE: Due to rampant reports of fraud, I am requesting folks to no longer use this site to sell avionics. You might wist to consider using Ebay or Barnstormers. 13,500/obo shipping Call Jeff @ 480-999-2525 for more information.WARNING: Read about counterfeit cashier's check & money transfer scams. HARTZELL HC-E2YR-2RBS LEFT Propeller Hub Assembly for sale and in wonderful condition and look great with all accessories included,no damage in any part of the Propeller Asking price US ,610.00 devicesg101 Beware! Jeff Terrell For Sale - 2 96-380034-25 Brake Cylinders If you have the SB 32-4172 blues and are looking for a less-costly replacement, this is what you need.Scott, and eight years later he ended his tenure as the company's presidency as well, retaining the position of chairman of the board.Perhaps the most famous REO episode was the 1912 Trans-Canada journey.The 1931 Reo Royale was a trendsetting design, introducing design elements that were a precedent for true automotive streamlining in the American market.The 8-cylinder model was sold through 1933 with minor updates.Olds had 52 percent of the stock and the titles of president and general manager. Olds Motor Car Company," but the owner of Olds' previous company, then called Olds Motor Works, objected and threatened legal action on the grounds of likely confusion of names by consumers. Olds Motor Works soon adopted the popular name of its vehicles, Oldsmobile (which, along with Buick and Cadillac, became a founding division of General Motors Corporation).To ensure a reliable supply of parts, he organized a number of subsidiary firms like the National Coil Company, the Michigan Screw Company, and the Atlas Drop Forge Company. The company's name was spelled alternately in all capitals REO or with only an initial capital as Reo, and the company's own literature was inconsistent in this regard, with early advertising using all capitals and later advertising using the "Reo" capitalization.The name was used on a lower-priced 6-cylinder mode through 1935.Beverly Kimes, editor of the Standard Catalog of American Cars, terms the Royale "the most fabulous Reo of all".