Mayer Body Corp. supplied little information about this 1936-’38 White, built for Rennekamp Supply Co., a manufacturer of concrete blocks. These impressive trucks were “modernized” with “smart streamline styling” by Count Alexis de Sakhnoffsky and a “aero-type instrument panel” that added “to the de luxe appearance of the cab.” During this period, from 1936-’38, Packards, Pierce-Arrows and Cadillacs weren’t the only vehicles to be fitted with V-12 engines, as White trucks had 505-cid V-12 engines of 143 hp in some models.


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