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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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John R Hornsby(non-registered)
Hi All,

I build 1/12 scale models and I am looking for information on drawbar low loader trailer's and the method of removing and replacing the "knock out back axle" units on Cranes or Dyson manufacture.
Photos and or a drawing would be most useful and any help would be very much appreciated.

Regards, John
Isabel Stone(non-registered)
I have pics of two JNSN service buses, property of Hutchings & Cornelius Services in Somerset. I understand Only ten chassis were built and only six had bus bodies fitted. They were bought as they were good in floods on the Somerset levels. I have never seen them on the net.
Found this for a wall art project...collectable?
Charles Burke(non-registered)
I have pictures of the scammell constructor from Wales if anyone is interested
Alex Kravchenko(non-registered)
I love classic trucks, especially the English and American ones. The English trucks, for their looks, innovative features and engineering genius (particularly the Scammell Mechanical Horse and Scarab), and the Americans - like the English trucks - for their looks (particularly the B Model Mack), but that's where the common things end, as I also admire the Americans for their enormous sized exteriors and the sheer amount of power they put out. This truly is a website for those who share a passion for these so-called "Kings Of The Road".
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