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Classic Commercial Motor Vehicles AEC, Albion, Atkinson, Austin, Bedford, Bradford, Bristol, Coles, Commer, Crossley, Dennis, Diamond T, Dodge, Douglas, ERF, Foden, Ford, Fordson and Ford Thames, FWD, Guy, Haulamatic, Hydrocon, Jensen, Jones, Karrier, Lacre, Land-Rover, Leyland, Maudslay, Morris, Morris-Commercial, Morrison, Pacific, Pagefield, Rotinoff, Rowe Hillmaster, Scammell, SD, Seddon, Seddon Atkinson, Sentinel, Smith, Standard, Stonefield, Taylor, Thornycroft, Trojan, Unipower, Vulcan - glorious names from the heyday of road haulage in Britain.

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Photos of these classic makes taken outside the UK, as well as photos of non-British classics, are very welcome.

Neil Fraser

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Really nice galleries! Those vehicles are awesome!! old-school !!
Hi Al here,

Das anyone know a Bedford OXC for sale..??

Kind Regards,
Hi, I have a Scammell Handyman for sale in need of restoration, photos available, interested contact 07713091641
48.Rod Lovell
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47.Rod Lovell
Hi. Newbie from DownUnder.
Just paid a deposit on a Ford Trader (normal control).
Not too sure year but I presume '62-'65.
Numbers it has are;
Serial Prefix: NPRAC or NPPAC
Serial No: 933
Model: 84552
Stamped onto firewall: 83112SPMC090
GVM: 23,600lbs or 10,575kg.
Door shows GCM: 17,250kg.
Can anyone help with year? Were these manufactured here in Australia or Britain?
Thanks. Rod.
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