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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.

August 2020

The majority of photos displayed in this Gallery were originally posted on the Classic Commercial Motor Vehicles and AEC Society Yahoo! Group forums. Following Yahoo!'s decision to remove online access to group discussions and all other features, many Yahoo! Group activities have
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Guestbook for CCMV Classic Commercial Motor Vehicles
Martin Bilverstone(non-registered)
Hi, I've just purchased the Commer VB in picture 17. RHU761G At present it has been stripped completely. My aim is to restore it back to original as much as I can
Jeremy Foxon(non-registered)
What a wonderful site. Kudos to Messrs Skerry & Dick Nash for the work put into this project. There are still a few of us out there who remember the old years - at least since 1975.
Thank you!
Peter Green(non-registered)
Great shot of Herefords old ET OUY316P
What a great little site. Many thanks to all involved in producing it. My dad drove a succession of Leyland FG "Mothers Pride" travelling shops over a 20 odd year period. Absolutely stifling in summer due to the engine block being in the cab. He was no great mechanic but I can remember him and a neighbour winching a new engine into one of them so they must have been easy enough to work on. As a kid the noise was deafening and crawling up the hill where we lived you always used to wonder whether you would make it. Still fond memories of it, I can see why he chose big engined auto's for his cars after spending all week driving one though.
Bob Wheeler(non-registered)
Please does anyone know the old telephone No of Norman Reeves Motors, High Wycombe in the 1960s.

I am making a model Routemaster bus on route 363 in High Wycombe and want to construct an advert for the back of the bus.
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