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4x2 Load Carrier. The Mogul name first appeared on a Maudslay chassis in 1931 as a 6-tonner with Gardner engine. In 1938 the 7½-ton Mogul with 4-cylinder petrol or diesel engine was introduced, followed by the 13'6" wheelbase Mogul II with AEC 7.7 litre or Gardner engine in 1943, and the 16' wheelbase Mogul III in 1946. A heavy duty tipper version of the Mogul was known as the Empire Tipper. In the mid-1950s the Mogul name was used on standard AEC Mk III Monarchs built at Alcester and badged as Maudslays. AEC used the Mogul name again in 1962 for a bonneted 4x2 chassis intended mainly for export.

1946 Maudslay Mogul Mk II EP9329

1946 Maudslay Mogul Mk II EP9329

1946 Maudslay Mogul Mk II EP9329

1946 Maudslay Mogul Mk II EP9329

1948 Maudslay Mogul II EU9220

1948 Maudslay Mogul II EU9220

1947 Maudslay Mogul Mk II GCE157

1947 Maudslay Mogul Mk II GCE157

1944 Maudslay Mogul Mk II GXY19

1944 Maudslay Mogul Mk II GXY19

1949 Maudslay Mogul III JAC21

1949 Maudslay Mogul III JAC21

1949 Maudslay Mogul III JAC21

1949 Maudslay Mogul III JAC21

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JOA787

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JOA787

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

1948 Maudslay Mogul III JXL198

Ken Thomas display

Ken Thomas display

1950 Maudslay Mogul III KYH50

1950 Maudslay Mogul III KYH50

1950 Maudslay Mogul III KYH50

1950 Maudslay Mogul III KYH50