Commercial vehicles manufacturer of the USA. From 1940 to 1952.
Aerocoach was a bus-building operation in the USA from 1940 to 1952.
The bus-building operation of Gar Wood Industries Inc, Detroit, Michigan,better known for there hydraulics for dump trucks and speed boat production, later as the famous Chris-Craft, passed to the General American Transportation Corp, Chicago, Illinois known for its American rail vehicles as GATX.
In 1939 the General American Aerocoach Co was formed to continue some of the lightweight Gar Wood designs until 1943, when the second world war brought production to a temporary halt.
After the war they buit a larger intercity coach with 29 and 33-seats, vehicles came fitted with international engines and Clark 5-speed transmissions,soon added more modern passenger rapid transit models with fully automatic heating and ventilation systems also went into production.
Production continued untill 1952 it then went out of business.