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AEC 0859 Militant Mk1 10Ton Gun Tra. Wartime in the Vale 2010, Austin Ch. Willys MB Jeep (578 UXL)

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Associated Equipment Company - Wikipedia

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Leyland Motors Ltd - Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki

Leyland Motors has a long history dating from 1896, when the Sumner and Spurrier families founded the Lancashire Steam Motor Company in the town of Leyland in North West England. The company's first vehicle was a 1.5-ton-capacity steam powered van. The Lancashire Steam Motor Company was renamed Leyland Motors in 1907 when they took over Coulthards a small …

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Just arrived 10 Pinzgauer 718 6x6 Ambulances READ MORE. Liming. Just arrived MAN 35.464 8x8 Drops Truck READ MORE. 2021-10-21. Deville - Multi Fuel Heater. New price READ MORE. 2021-10-12. JUST ARRIVED Cat D5N XL Dozer with ripper READ MORE. Search.

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BRITISH POST-WAR EXPERIMENTATION WITH AEC 10 TON …

BRITISH POST-WAR EXPERIMENTATION WITH AEC 10 TON TIPPER TRUCKS AT MVEE description Object description An AEC manufactured, 10 Ton, 6 x 6, 2500 Gallon Tanker body under test at MVEE with Army registration number 64 BN 91 indicating a date of manufacture between 1953-54 Show more Object details Category Photographs Related period

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Bedford Vehicles | Tractor & Construction Plant Wiki | Fandom

This page is from wikipedia for the basic history of Bedford, and needs relinking for tractor wiki and the truck sections expanding with photo's. Bedford was a subsidiary of Vauxhall Motors, itself the United Kingdom subsidiary of General Motors (GM), established in 1930 and constructing commercial vehicles. The only Bedford vehicle that is still produced today is the TJ which is …

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British Military Trucks of World War II by Les Freathy

Associated Equipment Company (AEC) was a British vehicle manufacturer that built buses, motorcoaches and trucks from 1912 until 1979.The name Associated Equipment Company was hardly ever used; instead it traded under the AEC and ACLO brands.. During World War One, AEC was the most prolific British lorry manufacturer; after building London's buses before the great …

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List of UK Military vehicles by FV number | Tractor

AEC Militant. The AEC Militant (or " Milly ") was a post-war development by AEC of the AEC Matador artillery tractor used during World War II. Externally the most noticeable development was the cab, which was considerably enlarged. Unlike the Matador only six-wheel versions were produced. Four-wheel versions are extant, but they are probably

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BRITISH POST-WAR EXPERIMENTATION WITH AEC 10 TON …

An AEC manufactured, 10 Ton, 6 x 6, Militant cabbed tipper truck with Army Registration number 30 BM 53indicating a manufacturing date of 1952-53 BRITISH POST-WAR EXPERIMENTATION WITH AEC 10 TON TIPPER TRUCKS AT MVEE | Imperial War Museums

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AECPost-war Engines - MIDDX.NET

AEC Y Type WW1 Truck - Classic Military. The AEC Y Type was first produced in early 1915 and was still in production in the early 1920's. It was based on an earlier truck that AEC were building at the time but was much lower geared to cope with the British Army's requirements. The AEC Y Type was powered by a four cyclinder 5,700cc Daimler petrol engine which produced around …

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Dinky Toys Price Guide - Vintage British Diecasts

Welcome to our Dinky toys price guide. We have 6700 photographs & variation descriptions for all of the Dinky models produced between 1931 and 1980 for which we have to thank Bryan Goodall of Vectis Auctions for permission to use the Vectis back auction catalogues and allowing us to compile them into this guide. All models are included except for a few very common later issue …

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North East - Historic Commercial Vehicle Society

The difference between the O Type and M Type is that one has a 3-ton chassis and the other has a 5. During the war production of the usual models ceased and a 'cheaper' model of the vehicle was produced for the army's use; these wagons had a flattened front and were fitted with large heavy-duty bars.

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Scammell | Military Wiki | Fandom

Scammell Lorries Limited was a British manufacturer of trucks, particularly specialist and military off-highway vehicles, from 1921 to 1988. Scammell started as a late-Victorian period wheelwright and coach-building business, G Scammell & Nephew Ltd in Spitalfields, London. George Scammell, the founder was joined by his nephew Richard and Richard's sons, Alfred and …

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AEC command armoured vehicle (1941) - Tank Encyclopedia

AEC matador, the all-terrain beast of burden of the British Army in WW2. The famous Matador was one of the most appreciated all-terrain truck of the British Army during WW2. So much so that it has been delined into a multitude of armed and armoured vehicle, the most prominent being the AEC armored Car, the first British wheeled tank, and the

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Mick Bell Plans – 1/76 scale drawings of military vehicles

The late Mick Bell produced over 400 high quality technical drawings and plans of military vehicles at 1/76 scale, for use by modellers and vehicle enthusiasts. Since his death in 2007, these have not been readily available. The purpose of this website, created by his son, is to make these drawings available again as high-resolution digital copies.

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Sep 30, 2021 · N. Korea's parliamentary session. This photo, released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on Sept. 30, 2021, shows Kim Yo-jong, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un's sister and currently vice department director of the ruling Workers' Party's Central Committee, who was elected as a member of the State Affairs Commission, the country's …

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North East - Historic Commercial Vehicle Society

The difference between the O Type and M Type is that one has a 3-ton chassis and the other has a 5. During the war production of the usual models ceased and a 'cheaper' model of the vehicle was produced for the army's use; these wagons had a flattened front and were fitted with large heavy-duty bars.

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Old Truck Pictures - Chris Hodge Trucks

A short history of stripes from the 1982 Commercial Motor Show. Classic period stripes on a Bedford CF that kick up at the rear. Everything in sight's got stripes, even the stand decoration. It's a bit hard on a chassis-cab. Zeta keeps its stripes on …

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List of FV series military vehicles - Wikipedia

FV11005: Truck End-tipper 6 x 6, AEC Militant FV11009 : Truck, Fuel Tanker 2,500 gallon 6 x 6, AEC Militant FV11018 : Truck Cargo 10-ton 6 x 6 GS, AEC Militant Mk 1

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