Mar 2, 2020


The BIEDERMAN Motors Corp. of Cincinnati / Ohio was active in the truck sector from 1921 to 1955.  It was a small concern which managed to outlive several larger rivals such as Schacht.
Engines they used were Hercules, Lycoming, Continental, Cummins and some other.
Production was always very limited except during WWII when they built a large number of vehicles for the US Army.

For years they used this emblem:

heavy emblem made of brass
 25.7 cm x 7.3 cm
 1946 - 1955 

Typical look of a truck emblem after decades of use:

emblem before polishing

 1950 / 55 advertisment

For more truck and car emblems see older posts or top right ( list of car makers ).
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