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This Crazy Amphibious Corvair, Built by Chevy Engineers, Can Be Yours

The Corphibian, a prototype of a dream that never quite took off, goes up for auction in January.

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Austin: Commercial Vehicles

Note: This is a sub-section of Austin The Austin Motor Co produced Lorries from 1910 to 1968 at Birmingham. 1913 Produce first 2 ton lorry developing ...

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Ford Thames 100E & 300E | 1959 Ford Thames WXR859

London Transport 7cwt Box Van 1096F (WXR859), 1959 Ford Thames 100E746450 seen on April 3rd 2005. (Damon Cross)

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Maruti Suzuki Super Carry (CNG) Price, Specs, Mileage & Images | TrucksBuses.com

Check Maruti Suzuki Super Carry (CNG) price in India with specifications, mileage, pictures & reviews. Find Maruti Suzuki small commercial vehicle dealer locator at TrucksBuses.com

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Mack F-series (Commercial vehicles)

In 1962, the next long-haul cabover model was presented - the most popular and extensive range F. The trucks were offered with two different types of cabin - daycab (BBC=50’) and sleeper cab (BBC=86’). F range was equipped with a wide range of engine

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The J type Van Gallery – Wythall – June 2013

Here’s a selection of the Morris J-type vans on show at Wythall in June 2013: Then there was a Morris Z-type van: And a split screen Minor! What a lovely collection!

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1950 VW Transporter T1 ‘Sofie’ Is The Oldest Known Example In Existence | Carscoops

Currently in VW Commercial Vehicles' classic collection, this Dove Blue panel van turned 70 this week.

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Scammell Scarab

The Scammell Scarab is a British 3-wheeled tractor unit produced by the truck manufacturer Scammell between 1948 and 1967. Its name derived from the rounded bonnet that resembled the elytra (wing covers) of a Scarab beetle. It was extremely popular with British Railways and other companies who made deliveries within built-up areas. The Scammell Scarab was the successor to the Scammell Mechanical Horse and production began in 1948. In the late 1920s the railway companies were looking for a suitab

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Vauxhall Viva HC (1970 - 1979)

Cheap to run, easy to service, very capable of turning to daily duties without too much pain

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