By 1919 a thousand coal dealers were using Autocar dump trucks. Their small wheel base made them easy to maneuver through narrow streets and alleys or around the grounds of large manufacturing plants. With such versatility, they soon became an integral part of the raisin industry in Fresno, California. There a fleet of fifteen Autocars hauled fruit from the vineyards, between processing plants and on to the railroad terminals. This rare 2-ton Model 21F features a scissor lift dump box.