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Top American truck manufacturers: All

Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Chevrolet 5834
2 Chrysler 4468
3 Jeep 3945
4 Dodge 3749
5 Caterpillar 2474
6 Buick 2460
7 Lincoln 1835
8 Studebaker (1905-1910 {electric}, 1913–1918, 1927–1964) 1797
9 Packard (1904–1923) 1472
10 International 1407
11 Navistar International 1338
12 Plymouth (1935–1941) 1303
13 Peterbilt (1939–present) 1211
14 Mack 1060
15 Yellow Truck and Coach 1018
16 Kenworth 793
17 AM General 552
18 Pierce-Arrow (1911-circa 1934) 485
19 White 397
20 Oshkosh (1918-) (Wisconsin Duplex 1917-1918) 380
21 REO (1908–1967) (maker of the REO Speed Wagon pickups and fire trucks) 371
22 Pontiac 290
23 Sterling 280
24 General Motors 279
25 Terex 265
26 Oldsmobile 244
27 American LaFrance (fire trucks) 203
28 Graham-Paige 198
29 Kaiser 190
30 Euclid 160
31 American Bantam (1935–1941) 150
32 Kaiser-Frazer 148
33 Marion (garbage trucks) 143
34 Diamond T (1911–1966) 128
35 FWD 126
36 Pierce (1955-) (distinct from Pierce-Arrow) 100
37 Garford 97
38 Fageol Motors (1916–1938; later Peterbilt) 88
39 Marmon-Herrington (1931–1964) 76
40 Western Star 76
41 E-One 63
42 Velie (1911–1929)<!--Vance doesn't say production stopped sooner, tho it may have--> 53
43 Brockway 49
44 Marmon 48
45 Crane Carrier 45
46 Divco 43
47 American Coleman 42
48 Worcester Lunch Car 36
49 Bering 36
50 Dempster 35
51 Kissel (1910–1930) 33
52 Alden Sampson 30
53 McNeilus 23
54 Barley 18
55 American (1911–1913) 17
56 G.A. Schact Motor Truck Company (1910–1938) (fire trucks) 16
57 Republic (1913–1929) (later partnered with American LaFrance) 15
58 Piggins Practical (1911–1916) 15
59 SPA 12
60 Bryan Steam Motors (1918–1923) 12
61 Garwood 11
62 Binghamton Electric (1920) 7
63 Ford 7
64 Desberon (1901–1904) 6
65 Willys 5
66 American Motor Truck 5
67 Colet 5
68 Bessemer (1911-circa 1929) 5
69 Ottawa 5
70 Pak-Mor (garbage trucks, San Antonio) 5
71 Crown < 5
72 Poss (1911–1912) < 5
73 Elk (1913–1914) < 5
74 Van Dyke (1910–1912) < 5
75 Maccar (1914–1935) < 5
76 Stoddard (1911) < 5
77 Tiffin (1913–1923) < 5
78 Luedinghaus (1920–1933) < 5
79 Hart-Kraft (1907–1913) < 5
80 International Power Company (1899–1902) < 5
81 Freightliner < 5
82 Oneida < 5
83 Diamond REO (1967-) < 5
84 V.E. (or V.E.C.) Electric (1901–1906) < 5
85 Willys-Overland < 5
86 Biederman (1920–1955) < 5
87 Palmer-Moore (1911–1917) < 5
88 Wayne < 5
89 Hatfield (1910–1911) < 5
90 Brodesser (1909–1911) < 5
91 Gersix (1915–1922) < 5
92 Mogul (before 1926) < 5
93 Van-L (1912) < 5
94 Grabowsky (1908–1913) < 5
95 Hebb (before 1926) < 5
96 Fargo < 5
97 Rush (1915–1918) < 5
98 Heil < 5
99 White Hickory (1916–1921) < 5
100 Walter < 5
101 Bethlehem < 5
102 Vestal (1914) < 5
103 Federal Motor Truck Company < 5
104 Old Hickory (1914–1923) < 5

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