Available » WS-series / CS-series

For 1939, Available continued to emphasize both mechanical features and styling, usually identified by the term "streamline". The WS range was the continuation of 'Cab-Over-Engine' design which had met with much success from the middle of 30s. From that time any Available chassis could be supplied as six-wheel models of the double drive or single drive type. Two lines of chassis was furnished either with a short wheelbase for tractor purposes or with frame and wheelbase long enough to accomodate a 14 ft. body without additional charge. In 1941, the WS model designation was replaced with the CS. The styling was saved till 1946.

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1939 Available WS-series1939 Available WS-255Available WS-245 & WS-305
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