Trains Planes and Automobiles
The last inside page of a 1965 GM sales brochure features the Euclid Division showing a 35-ton rear dump truck, and Allison Division showing a Allison powershift transmission light helicopter using Allison T63 lightweight gas turbine engine. The text reads, Euclid Division produces off-the-highway earthmoving equipment such as large rear dump and bottom dump haulage units, self-loading scrapers, front end loaders and crawler tractors. Improvements in body design, suspension and power train of rear dumps have substantially increased the work capacity of these versatile vehicles. Allison Division is a leading developer and producer of powershift transmissions and torque converters for military vehicles and large commercial off-the-highway equipment. Fully automatic transmissions are produced for trucks and buses. Allison also is an important source of gas turbine engines for military and some commercial aircraft.
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