Julian Walls of Upper Hutt New Zealand(non-registered)
Congrats for this great site you have got here! I found this site when I was looking through for info on sole remaining Procter Lorry as featured in Jan 2018 Heritage Commercials magazine where I had a look at a magazine displayed at a shop recently!

Of interest to your readers for the past 44 years I have been involved in producing I believe the worlds largest detailed automotive magazine index from publication year 1947 where i note everything from cover to cover including letters etc- in recent years the focus is on Classic and Vintage vehicles and covers publications 1947-2001 not only from the UK but as well as Australia, New Zealand and the USA. The bulk is from the UK I admit it was mainly on cars. I bring your attention that many of the British classic car mags out there they did cover some commercials particularly in the 'Discovery' selections or 'Lost and found' and i noted those vehicles down to reg details; chassis numbers and ownership history . Many of the current crop of British vintage commercials magazines started off as a spin off of some the established players like the excellent "The Automobile' mag - I interested in providing info to uses on a commercial footing -as its a great resource ...I rather have it used then not and I welcome genuine inquiries -via email

Of Interest -I created and ran for 10 years the unique Car magazine review website http://www.carmagreviews.co.nz which with great regret was taken time in Feb 2017 due to financial circumstances and I plan later this year to put it on an archive website when I can work out how to do it?! :) LOL

Cheers
Julian Walls of Upper Hutt New Zealand
Nicky Shaw(non-registered)
8 WHEELER ERF 1964 LV MODEL. DD, LD, GARDNER ENGINE 150, DAVID BROWN GEAR BOX.
Reuben Moore(non-registered)
Closing up a commercial garage and there is a Austin FG Breakdown lorry available for sale and restoration. In Kent 01303268872 if you want to inspect
João Antonio Pinto de Carvalho(non-registered)
Pagina maravilhosa, gostaria de fazer parte.
Um grande abraço a todos.
João Antonio
Marcia North Texas(non-registered)
We just "discovered" these and want one!!! It would be a crowd pleaser at car shows and just fun to watch people's reaction to hhis funy looking but highly functional vehicle. Of course finding one in the US is impossible.
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.
Ron(non-registered)
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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