I almost forgot to add: GG wouldn't have designed this truck, GG didn't even exist until the end of that year, and they only really did cars. For all my other entries I have other companies that don't have their own thread. In this case, it's Hercules, the heavy and cargo vehicle maker. They tend to do 'get the job done' vehicles with maybe a dash, but not lashings, of class, and they do it relatively well (though I'm still waiting on my review from DoctorNarfy's Man With A Van challenge to find out just how well).
FYI: The other threadless 'companies' I use for tournaments that don't involve steeply priced ultra hypercar slayers (i.e. just about all of them) include:
Armada Motors- Lotus-like English out-of-a-shed company founded in the 50s with a focus on motorsport, always running into financial trouble until they decided to be smart and join a market that would become mainstream instead of trying to make cult cars out of their race models.
Matteo Miglia- Independent breakaway design outfit that tried to rekindle the spirit of the original Italian sports cars after auto industry powerhouse Officine Meccaniche was swallowed in a 5-way merger in 1975.
Phaedra- American muscle car manufacturer that wanted to top them all on a budget. Unclear what happened to them after the 70s.
...and so far that's about it.