AEC Trucks and Lorries

AEC – Associated Equipment Company

Associated Equipment Company (AEC)
Industry Automotive
Fate Renamed AEC Ltd. upon the establishment of the holding company ACV Ltd.
Founded 1912
Defunct 1979
Headquarters Southall, Greater London, England
Products Lorries, buses, motorcoaches
Parent Leyland Motor Corporation (1962–1968)
British Leyland Motor Corporation (1968–1975)
British Leyland Ltd (1975–1979)

AEC Buses:

https://myntransportblog.com/2013/10/28/buses-aec-associated-equipment-company-ltd-england-uk/

AEC Regent
AEC Regent

As­so­ci­ated Equip­ment Company (AEC) was a British ve­hi­cle man­u­fac­turer that built buses, mo­tor­coaches and lor­ries from 1912 until 1979. The name “As­so­ci­ated Equip­ment Com­pany” was hardly ever used; in­stead it traded under the AEC and ACLO brands.

AEC Routemaster RCL-2233AEC Routemaster

While fa­mously as­so­ci­ated with Lon­don’s AEC Routemas­ter buses, AEC sup­plied com­mer­cial ve­hi­cles to many com­pa­nies, both do­mes­ti­cally and around the world.

History

Inception

LGOC-X typeLGOC-X type

The Lon­don Gen­eral Om­nibus Com­pany, or LGOC, was founded in 1855 to amal­ga­mate and reg­u­late the horse-drawn om­nibus ser­vices then op­er­at­ing in Lon­don. The com­pany began pro­duc­ing motor om­nibuses for its own use in 1909 with the X-type de­signed by its chief motor en­gi­neer, Frank Searle, at works in Black­horse Lane, Waltham­stow, Lon­don. The X-type was fol­lowed by Searle’s B-type de­sign, con­sid­ered to be one of the first mass-pro­duced com­mer­cial vehicles.

LGOC B-Type bus B340 London Transport Museum1911 LGOC B-Type bus B340 London Transport Museum

In 1912, LGOC was taken over by the Un­der­ground Group of com­pa­nies, which at that time owned most of the Lon­don Un­der­ground, and ex­ten­sive tram op­er­a­tions. As part of the re­or­gan­i­sa­tion fol­low­ing the takeover, a sep­a­rate con­cern was set up for the bus man­u­fac­tur­ing el­e­ments, and was named As­so­ci­ated Equip­ment Com­pany, bet­ter-known as AEC.AEC S-Type Bus (S742)A 1921 AEC S-type Bus at the Heritage Motor Centre

AEC’s first com­mer­cial ve­hi­cle was a lorry based on the X-type bus chas­sis. With the out­break of the First World War in 1914, AEC’s abil­ity to pro­duce large num­bers of ve­hi­cles using as­sem­bly line meth­ods be­came im­por­tant in sup­ply­ing the in­creas­ing need for army lor­ries. AEC began large-scale pro­duc­tion of the 3-ton Y-type lorry, com­menced in 1916, and con­tin­ued be­yond the end of the war. From then on, AEC be­came as­so­ci­ated with both lor­ries and buses.

Interwar years

In 1926, AEC and Daim­ler formed the As­so­ci­ated Daim­ler Company (ADC), which was dis­solved two years later. In 1927, AEC moved its man­u­fac­tur­ing from Waltham­stow to a new plant at Southall in Mid­dle­sex.1973 AEC Southall Works seen from across the railway cutting, April 1973AEC Southall Works from the south, 1973

1973 AEC Southall Works from south of the Iron Bridge, 1973
AEC Southall Works from the north, 1973

G. J. Rack­ham was ap­pointed Chief En­gi­neer and De­signer in 1928. He had pre­vi­ously worked for Ley­land Mo­tors. His ideas con­tributed sig­nif­i­cantly to AEC’s rep­u­ta­tion for qual­ity and re­li­a­bil­ity.1962 AEC Mercury1962-built AEC Mercury

From 1929, AEC pro­duced new mod­els: the names of lor­ries began with “M” (Ma­jes­tic, Mam­moth, Mer­cury, and so on), and those of buses began with “R” (Re­gent, Regal, Renown, and so on). These orig­i­nal “M-mod­els” con­tin­ued in pro­duc­tion until the end of the Sec­ond World War. AEC in­tro­duced diesel en­gines across the range in the mid-1930s.

From 1931 to 1938, AEC and Eng­lish Elec­tric co-pro­duced trol­ley­buses. AEC sup­plied the chas­sis, and EE the elec­tric mo­tors and con­trol equip­ment.

In 1932, AEC took a con­trol­ling in­ter­est in the British sub­sidiary of the Amer­i­can Four Wheel Drive(FWD) com­pany, and began to use more stan­dard AEC com­po­nents in those ve­hi­cles. To avoid con­fu­sion, these were mar­keted under the name Hardy. Pro­duc­tion ceased about 1936.

Second World War

Non-mil­i­tary pro­duc­tion stopped in 1941, from then until 1944 AEC pro­duced nearly 10,000 ve­hi­cles for the war ef­fort Road Trans­port Archives Dur­ing the war, AEC pro­duced their

Matador artillery tractor10-ton 4×4 Mata­dor ar­tillery trac­tor (an adap­ta­tion of their com­mer­cial 4×2 Mata­dor lorry that ex­ploited AEC’s ex­pe­ri­ence with the Hardy FWD ven­ture).AEC 850 6 x 6 artillery tractor of 15 AA Battery towing a 3-inch AA gun on the cruciform travelling platform.AEC 850 6 x 6 artillery tractor of 15 AA Battery towing a 3-inch AA gun on the cruciform travelling platform.

6×6 ver­sion was des­ig­nated as the AEC Mar­shall but al­most al­ways called the Mata­dor. To this they added theIWM-STT-1438-AEC-Armoured-Car Mk IAEC Armoured Car Mk I

AEC Mk III Armoured CarAEC Mk III Armoured Car

AEC Ar­moured Car in 1941. Other uses of the Mata­dor chas­sis were the Dea­con self-pro­pelled anti-tank gun ve­hi­cle, used briefly in North Africa; and theAEC Dorchester Armored Command VehicleAEC Ar­moured Com­mand Ve­hi­cle, pop­u­larly known as the Dorch­ester.

AEC 6x6 Armoured Command VehicleAEC 6×6 Armoured Command Vehicle

Post war

1957 built AEC Regent V bus (VDV 818) A Devon General
A 1957 AEC Regent V

In 1946 AEC and Ley­land Mo­tors formed British United Trac­tion Ltd (BUT) as a joint ven­ture to man­u­fac­ture trol­ley­buses and trac­tion equip­ment for diesel rail­cars since re­duced de­mand would not re­quire the ex­ist­ing ca­pac­ity of both par­ents.

In 1946 AEC re­sumed civil­ian pro­duc­tion with the 0661/20 Re­gent II and the 0662/20 Regal I. These were not new mod­els but a recom­mence­ment of the most basic AEC 1939 spec­i­fi­ca­tion bus mod­els. The sin­gle-decker was going to be mar­keted as Regal II until some­body at Southall re­mem­bered the 1936-8 light­weight 0862 model of that name and as a re­sult the name was cor­rected after the launch pub­lic­ity had been printed. At the end of 1946 the post­war 0961 RT was in build and by 1948 Mam­moth Major, Mata­dor and Monarch Mk IIIs were in pro­duc­tion, fol­lowed by the ‘provin­cial’ Re­gent III and the Regal III. Also in 1948 AEC ac­quired Cross­ley Mo­tors and the Maud­slay Motor Com­pany and on 1 Oc­to­ber 1948 AEC set up As­so­ci­ated Com­mer­cial Ve­hi­cles (ACV) Ltd. as the hold­ing com­pany for the newly ac­quired busi­nesses and its own man­u­fac­tur­ing firm, which was re­named AEC Ltd. The ini­tials “AEC” re­mained on its ve­hi­cles, with the ex­cep­tion of some badge-en­gi­neered ver­sions, such as the Cross­ley Re­gent bus (one ex­am­ple of which may be seen at the North West Mu­seum of Road Trans­port). In 1949 ACV ac­quired the (bus) coach­build­ing com­pany Park Royal Ve­hi­cles, along with its sub­sidiary Charles H. Roe. Park Royal de­signed a new cab for the AEC Mer­cury in the mid-1950s, which ap­peared on all mod­els across the range about this time.

In 1961 ACV ac­quired Trans­port Equip­ment (Thorny­croft). Thorny­croft’s name dis­ap­peared from all the ve­hi­cles ex­cept the spe­cial­ist air­port crash ten­ders, such as the Nu­bian, and the “Mighty” Antar off-road trac­tor unit. The AEC Dumptruk was trans­ferred to Bas­ingstoke, and the Thorny­croft six-speed con­stant-mesh gear­box and later nine- and ten-speed range-change ver­sions were fit­ted to AEC, Ley­land and Al­bion buses and lor­ries.

The AEC en­gines were used in Finnish Vanaja lor­ries and buses in the 1960s.

Leyland takeover

Ley­land Mo­tors Ltd ac­quired ACV in 1962. AEC lor­ries were given the same “Er­go­matic” cabs used across sev­eral Ley­land mar­ques (in­clud­ing Al­bion). In 1968, all AEC dou­ble-decker buses ceased pro­duc­tion, and its last buses, mo­tor­coaches and lor­ries were built in 1979. The AEC name ac­tu­ally dis­ap­peared from com­mer­cial ve­hi­cles in 1977, but the Ley­land Marathon was built at the Southall plant until British Ley­land (as the par­ent com­pany was named by then) closed it in 1979.

Foreign operations

ACLO

ACLO (sup­posed to be the acronym of Asso­ci­ated Com­pany Lor­ries and Omnibuses) was the brand name used by AEC in Latin Amer­i­can coun­tries, in­clud­ing Brazil, and in Spain (but not in Por­tu­gal) to sell all their prod­ucts.

It seems that there was no clear rea­son for this badge en­gi­neer­ing op­er­a­tion, al­though a for­mal re­quest from the Ger­man AEG in­dus­trial group, which was very ac­tive in the Span­ish-speak­ing coun­tries, has been sug­gested. This is quite likely as the AEC 422 NS type ex­ported to BVOAG Berlin was also badged ACLO.

ACLOs were spe­cially per­va­sive in Ar­gentina, Uruguay and Brazil. Par­tic­u­larly in Uruguay, there were two ACLO fleets. They were in­ter­est­ing buses, quite faster than Ley­land Tiger in use by other fleets. It was said at the time (early ’60s) that the main rea­son was in­ter-ur­ban gear­ing in­stead of purely urban gear­ing pre­sent in Ley­lands. An in­ter­est­ing fea­ture was pre­s­e­lec­tor gear-change, sim­i­lar to those in Ley­land buses, com­manded by a small­ish gated lever in­stalled by the steer­ing wheel, with a re­versed gate, with first gear to the right and up, and fourth gear to the bot­tom and left.

In Spain, ACLOs could be seen mainly as dou­ble-deck buses in Barcelona, and as line coaches in ALSA fleet.

UTIC-AEC

In Por­tu­gal, the AEC ve­hi­cles, mainly coaches and buses but also lor­ries, were as­sem­bled and bod­ied by União de Trans­porta­dores para Im­portação e Comércio, UTIC, a large coach­build­ing firm based in Lis­bon, and mar­keted under the UTIC-AEC badge, for many years.

From 1971-3 the Lough­bor­ough based dealer Moseley im­ported nine UTIC U2043 coaches which were mar­keted as the Mose­ley Con­ti­nen­tal Tagus. They were me­chan­i­cally equiv­a­lent to a rear-en­gined Re­liance or a coach ver­sion of the Swift 691 which AEC had planned but never mar­keted. They were ex­pen­sive to buy new and the square sided styling looked dated to British eyes in the age of the Elite and Dom­i­nant coaches, thus they were slow sell­ing. These were prob­a­bly the only right hand drive coaches built by UTIC. At the time Mose­ley also mar­keted Sal­vador Cae­tano Coaches under its own name.

Barreiros AEC

In the late fifties, Span­ish gov­ern­ment re­stric­tions on im­ports re­duced AEC sales in Spain to vir­tu­ally nil. As a con­se­quence, AEC ap­proached a Span­ish truck man­u­fac­turer, Bar­reiros Diesel, to jointly pro­duce buses and coaches based on AEC de­signs. The ven­ture started in 1961, used Bar­reiros AEC as brand name, dis­re­gard­ing ACLO, and seemed very promis­ing; pro­duc­tion of the AEC off-road dump trucks being planned too. Nev­er­the­less, the Ley­land takeover in 1962 soon un­der­mined the agree­ment, as Ley­land was part­ner­ing with Bar­reiros’s Span­ish arch-ri­val, Pe­gaso; and even­tu­ally Bar­reiros looked for an­other col­lab­o­ra­tor in the bus arena, sign­ing in 1967 an agree­ment with Bel­gian – Dutch com­pany Van Hool.

Vehicles

A preserved AEC Renown vehicle previously operated by King Alfred Motor Services in WinchesterA preserved AEC Renown, previously run by King Alfred Motor Services.

Buses

Lorries and other commercial vehicles

1959 AEC Mammoth Major TankerMammoth Major Tanker

Majestic
AEC 666 Majestic 2 AEC Majestic, model 6661930 AEC Majestic 666AEC 666 Majestic 1 AEC Majestic, model 666AEC Majestic ( model 666 )

The 6 ton nor­mal-con­trol AEC Ma­jes­tic (Model 666) was in­tro­duced in 1930.

Mammoth

The AEC Mam­moth dates from the 1930s. This was a 7/8 ton lorry with a six-cylin­der over­head valve en­gine de­vel­op­ing 110 bhp (82 kW) on a wheel­base of 16 ft 7 in.

Later a dis­tinc­tion was made be­tween the Mam­moth Minor (6×2, with two front axles), the Mam­moth Major 6 (6×4) and the Mam­moth Major 8 (8×2 or 8×4), which ap­peared in 1934. The Mam­moth Major Mk II was in­tro­duced in 1935; the eight-wheeler could carry 15-ton loads. It re­mained in pro­duc­tion until 1948 when it was su­per­seded by the Mk III, which was me­chan­i­cally sim­i­lar, but had the Park Royal cab.

Mammoth Minor:AEC MAMMOTH MINOR GXF70AEC MAMMOTH MINOR GXF70

Looking glass Hexagonal Icon.svg GXF 70 HVD 318D

Mammoth Major 6:1959-1966 AEC Mammoth Major 6 Mk V G6RA

1959-1966 AEC Mammoth Major 6 Mk V G6RA

Mammoth Major 8:1939 AEC Mammoth Major 8 Mk II BEW605

1939 AEC Mammoth Major 8 Mk II BEW605

MandatorAEC Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) 9500
AEC Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) 9500

The AEC Manda­tor dates from the 1930s. The post-war Mk II was avail­able as a lorry and a trac­tor unit and the name was used for trac­tor units built from the 1950s to the 1970s.

Marshal

Pre-war 6×4 3ton lorry-There was a mil­i­tary ver­sion with var­i­ous body styles- some were em­ployed by the Royal Air Force as cranes (using the Coles Crane) See also: Matador

1960s-70s.

Matador

The orig­i­nal

1944 AEC matador tows 3.7-inch gun, Caen, 7 August 1944AEC Mata­dor five-ton 4×2 com­mer­cial lorry was in­tro­duced in 1932. The name was most fa­mously used for AEC’s 4×4 Mata­dor ar­tillery trac­tor, which were known by the nick­name “Mat”. These ve­hi­cles ex­ploited AEC’s ex­pe­ri­ence with four-wheel drive that it had gained from its in­volve­ment in the British Four Wheel Drive ve­hi­cles mar­keted under the name Hardy.

The Mata­dor name is very often used for the 6×6 mil­i­tary ve­hi­cles that are more prop­erly des­ig­nated the 0854. These were an ex­tended Mata­dor chas­sis, mated to a ‘Mar­shall’ dou­ble-drive bogie

AEC pro­duced 9,620 ar­tillery trac­tors; 514 6×6 bowsers for the Royal Air Force; 192 6×6 lor­ries (some of which had Coles Cranes mounted); and 185 sim­i­lar ve­hi­cles, but 6×4, for mo­bile oxy­gen plants. Many mil­i­tary Mata­dors were adapted for post-war com­mer­cial use, es­pe­cially as tim­ber lor­ries and re­cov­ery ve­hi­cles.

There was a short run of the 0853 4×4 Mata­dor in the early fifties, due to on­go­ing is­sues with the in­tro­duc­tion of the re­place­ment Ley­land.

New civil­ian Mata­dors ap­peared after the war.

Mercury

The AEC Mer­cury (Model 440) was first built in 1928. This was a for­ward-con­trol lorry with a wheel­base of 14 ft (4.3 m) for 4 ton pay­loads. The Model 640 was in­tro­duced in 1930, with a four-cylin­der petrol en­gine de­vel­op­ing 65 bhp.

1970 AEC Mercury
A 1970 AEC Mercury

The name was res­ur­rected for lor­ries built from the 1950s to the 1970s.

Militant

The AEC Mil­i­tant – or “Milly” – was the 1952 re­place­ment for the Mata­dor, and con­tin­ued in var­i­ous forms until the 1970s. (The orig­i­nal Mil­i­tant had been pro­duced by Maud­slay in the 1930s.)

Mogul
1963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 141963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 91963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 51963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 1

The AEC Mogul was a nor­mal-con­trol trac­tor unit from the 1960s. The name had orig­i­nally been used on Maud­slay lor­ries.

Monarch
1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) f1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) a1955 AEC Southall Monarch Mandator Tank Truck Brochure wk1569AEC monarch mk2 7138AEC MONARCH

The orig­i­nal AEC Monarch was built from 1931 to 1939 at AEC’s Southall works. The first ver­sion (Model 641) was su­per­seded by the Mk II (Model 637) in 1933, with pay­load in­creased to 7½ tons. The Monarch was fit­ted with ei­ther an 85 hp (63 kW) four-cylin­der 5.1-litre diesel en­gine or an 80 hp four-cylin­der 5.1-litre petrol en­gine. This was a ro­bust and well-de­signed lorry, pop­u­lar with both dri­vers and op­er­a­tors. Later vari­ants con­tin­ued into the 1970s.

Looking glass Hexagonal Icon.svg TL 3513 (1934) KYE 402 (1949)

The Monarch name was res­ur­rected for ex­port ver­sions of the Mer­cury built from the 1950s to the 1970s.

Mustang

1950s

Model 201
Model 428
Model 501 & 506
Model 701
Y Type

AEC’s first pur­pose-built com­mer­cial ve­hi­cle was in­tro­duced in 1916. The im­proved YA Type ap­peared in 1917. More than ten thou­sand of these ve­hi­cles were sup­plied to the War De­part­ment by 1919. Many of these were ac­quired by civil­ian op­er­a­tors fol­low­ing the war. YB and YC Types con­tin­ued in pro­duc­tion until 1921.

Railcar engines

Centenary celebrations

2012 was the cen­te­nary of the found­ing of AEC Ltd, and to mark this, a num­ber of events took place through­out the year. By far the biggest was hosted by The AEC So­ci­ety, and was held over the week­end of 26 and 27 May 2012 at Newark Show­ground in Not­ting­hamshire. It was the biggest ever gath­er­ing of AEC’s, and over 225 AEC ve­hi­cles at­tended as well as over 350 ve­hi­cles of other mar­ques. It was the biggest rally ever held by The AEC So­ci­ety and as well as glo­ri­ous weather all week­end, was closed by a BBMF fly­past.

See also

AEC FBY777 3354
AEC bus in Malta

References

External links

AEC (Associated Equipment Company).

AEC vehicle model range

Buses

a blog about AEC Buses I made in 2013:

Buses AEC Associated Equipment Company Ltd England UK

Trucks

AEC Southall Models

I can’t find any pictures on the WWW about AEC 4G6

  • 4G6

AEC 10 Ton KnockerAEC 10 Ton Knocker

AEC Mandator 10Ton 4x2 Tractor (1493RN)AEC Mandator 10Ton 4×2 Tractor (1493RN)

AEC made also Railcars and some of them are also called 10, so I show you some pictures:

1938 AEC 10-ton diesel railcar1938 AEC 10-ton diesel railcar

1955-fwk-som-10rm 102hp Walker 10RM substitutes for the regular AEC railmotor between Fawkner and Somerton1955-fwk-som-10rm 102hp Walker 10RM substitutes for the regular AEC railmotor between Fawkner and Somerton

AEC Railcar unit 2603 at Drogheda by 1975 Cié's AEC-Park Royal vehicle builderPHOTO AEC RAILCAR UNIT 2603 AT BALBRIGGAN STATION AN AEC-PARK ROYAL BUILT RAILCAEC RAILCAR - Experimental 3-car DMU using two bus engines in three 4

RM - AEC Railcar

AEC RAILMOTOR No.10 SIDE VIEW WITH ADVERTISEMENT FOR C A MEREDITH NEWS AGENT - Public Record Office VictoriaAEC RAIL MOTOR No.10 WITH

AEC RAIL MOTOR No.10

AEC Dumptruck 10 cu yd ( model 3673M )1961 AEC Barreiros Spain 10 Yard Construction Dump Truck Brochure Spanish a

AEC Dumptruck 10 cu yd ( model 3673M )

  • 10

AEC 18 cu yd 'DumptrukAEC 18 Cubic Yard Dumptruk

AEC 18 cu yd ‘Dumptruck

  • 18

Also nothing to find about AEC 201

  • 201

It’s impossible to know what they mean by AEC 428. I can’t find anything than numberplates with 428.

  • 428
  • 501

AEC 506 ENGINE. SAME AS A 505 BUT A LATER ENGINE

  • 506

AEC 691T = a trolleybus from 1933

  • 691
  • 692
  • 701
  • 1100
  • Majestic
  • Mammoth
  • Mammoth Major
  • Mandator
  • Marshall
  • Matador
  • Mercury
  • Militant
  • Mammoth Minor 6
  • Mammoth Minor 8
  • Mogul
  • Monarch
  • Mustang
  • TG6
  • Y Type

Engines

  • AEC 9.6L
  • AEC 11.3L

Related companies

I will give you my complete collection that I gathered in the last years on the World Wide Web.

1910 AEC19181910-1918 AEC n c Boiler attached to chassis1910-1918 AEC n c lorry Isaac Holden and Sons Ltd., Bradford1910-1918 AEC n c lorry1914 AEC B-type LGOC, B2676 AEB00447a1914 AEC LGOC B-Type B2737 LH8186 now in wartime livery, London Transport Museum1914 AEC War battlebus 11914 AEC Y type F Lazenby and Son Ltd.-AEB2120a1915 Matchbox Yesteryear AEC Y Type Lorry no. Y6 - Leyland 4 Ton Van no1916 AEC Y Type Lorry models-of-yesteryear-aec-y-type-lorry1917 AEC Y Type World War 1 Truck (LU8117)1917 AEC Y1918 A.E.C Y Type Lorry by Daniel-Wales-Images1918 A.E.C. Y-Type lorry1918 AEC Lorry 3 Ton1921 AEC B Type for Passengers or goods Ad1921 AEC Commercial Motor Vehicles ad1922 AEC ad1930 AEC Majestic 6661931 Pictures of AEC Mandator Tanker 672 (1931–1932)1932 AEC 640 Mercury EV57821932 AEC Mandator GPO Green Fleet Painting by Mike Jeffries1932 AEC Mercury EV5782 Green Bros1932 AEC Mercury EV57821932 AEC Regal 4 JO50321932 AEC Regent with Park Royal H52R body1932 This One Of A Kind 8X8 1932 Aec Roadtrain Is On Display In The Museum Having Played A Major Role In Developing The Territory1934 Aec Govt Roadtrain On Its Way Maiden Journey To Alice Springs In May 19341934 Aec Roadtrain On Its Maiden Journey To Alice Springs1934 The Reverend John Flynn Inspects The Aec Roadtrain Shortly After Its Arrival Into Alice Springs In 19341935 AEC Mandator Flatbed1936 AEC Matador Fuel Bowser1938 AEC 10-ton diesel railcar1938 AEC Matador 854 Tanker (1938–1952)1939 AEC 6x6 fuel bowser DFP472 ex-RAF Bitteswell, chassis no 8543991939 AEC Mammoth Major 8 Mk II BEW6051939 AEC Mammoth Major II 8 wheel Flatbed Reg. No. BEW 6051939 AEC Marshal-644, 6x61939 AEC Matador A WWII artillery tractor built by the Associated1940 AEC Matador 4x4 gun tractor bus recovery truck1940 AEC Matador О853, 4x41940's AEC Matador recovery vehicle1941-45 AEC MATADOR1942 AEC Matador - Scarratt1942 AEC Matador Deacon, 4x41942 AEC-854, 6x61943 AEC Matador 4x4 Dropside1944 AEC 854 refueling an Avro Lancaster, 19441944 AEC Matador 10 ton 4x4 medium artillery tractor,1944 AEC matador tows 3.7-inch gun, Caen, 7 August 19441946 AEC tanker FINA1947 AEC Mammoth Major 8 9600cc1947 AEC two1950 AEC in Australia Advert 04201950 AEC Mammmoth Major III Flatbed Reg.No. LLU 2921950 AEC Mammoth Major 8 wheel Flatbed Reg. No. KGH 2041950 AEC Mammoth Major Tanker1950s AEC Mandator Prime Mover1951 AEC '51 Suikerfabriek Groningen1951 AEC Matador1952 2521 AEC Regal III with 3521 behind 25211952 ACLO Mammoth Major III truck with Bonallack cab and body1952 AEC Mammoth Major 6 Wheel Tipper1952 AEC Mammoth Major 81952 AEC Militant 6 x 6 Breakdown1952 AEC Regal 2361952 AEC Regal and REO bus to Gladesville 2341952 AEC Regal bus free bus to Domain-City 9991952 AEC Regal bus to I can't read it1952 AEC Regal1953 AEC Mandator Truck & Crawler Shovel Brochure1953-1955 AEC » Mercury MkI ( моdel GM4RA ) with Duramin cab a1953-1955 AEC » Mercury MkI ( моdel GM4RA ) with Duramin cab b1953-1955 AEC » Mercury MkI ( моdel GM4RA ) with Duramin cab c1953-1955 AEC » Mercury MkI ( моdel GM4RA ) with Duramin cab d1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins a1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins b1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins c1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins d1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins e1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins f1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins g1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins h1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins i1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins j1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins k1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins l1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins m1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins n1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins o1953-1965 AEC » Mercury MkI-II ( model GM4RA ) with other cabins p1954 Aec 1954 Mkiii 6X6 Militant With 113 Litre Diesel Engine Front Wheel Drive Owned By Warren Harris Vc1954 AEC Mammoth Major Fina TankerKONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA1954 AEC Militant Mk.1 Mobile Crane Engine 6113cc1954 AEC Militant О859 Mk-I (FV-11005), 6x61954 AEC rail motor approaches Campbellfield1954 AEC Steel Barrel Tank Truck Sales Brochure1955 AEC Mammoth Major Mk 3 Tanker1955 AEC Mercury 2 Flatbed Engine 7685cc Reg. No. OMJ 9431955 AEC Southall Monarch Mandator Tank Truck Brochure wk15691955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal a1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal b1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal c1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal d1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal e1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal f1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal g1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal h1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal i1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal j1955-1961 AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Park Royal k1955-fwk-som-10rm 102hp Walker 10RM substitutes for the regular AEC railmotor between Fawkner and Somerton1956 AEC Mammoth1956 AEC Mandator Tractor Reg.No. AHU 445 B1956 AEC Militant О860 Mk-I (FV-11018), 6x61957 AEC Mammoth Major III Flatbed Engine 9600cc Reg.No. TGJ 5291957 built AEC Regent V bus (VDV 818) A Devon General1958 AEC Mammoth Major1959- 196- AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Bowyer cab a1959- 196- AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Bowyer cab b1959- 196- AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Bowyer cab c1959- 196- AEC » Mercury MkII ( моdel GM4RA ) with Bowyer cab d1959 AEC Mammoth Major TankerKONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA1959 AEC Mercury Box Van Engine 7685cc Reg.No. 2590 NX1959 AEC Mercury Flatbed Reg.No. JFL 6771959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) a1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) b1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) c1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) d1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) e1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) f1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) g1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) i1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) j1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) k1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) l1959-1966 AEC » Mandator MkV ( model G4 ) m1959-1966 AEC Mammoth Major 6 Mk V G6RA1960 AEC Mammoth Major Mk 5 Jet Tanker1960 AEC mandator 672 11960 aec mandator België g4 105481960 AEC mandator België tg4 11960 AEC Marquise1960 AEC Mercury 2 Flatbed 680 GTM1960 AEC Mercury BRS Artic1960-1965 aec matador mkII 4gm4ra 11960-1965 matador mkII 4gm4ra 94961961 AEC Barreiros Spain 10 Yard Construction Dump Truck Brochure Spanish a1961 aec matador mkII 4gm4ra k11961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 a1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 b1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 c1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 d1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 e1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 f1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 g1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 h1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 i1961-1965 AEC » Mercury MkII ( model GM4RA ) with Park Royal 2 j1961-1966 AEC » Marshal ( model GM6RA ) a1961-1966 AEC » Marshal ( model GM6RA ) b1961-1966 AEC » Marshal ( model GM6RA ) c1961-1966 AEC » Marshal ( model GM6RA ) d1961-1966 AEC » Mustang ( model GM6RH ) a1961-1966 AEC » Mustang ( model GM6RH ) b1961-1966 AEC » Mustang ( model GM6RH ) c1961-1966 AEC » Mustang ( model GM6RH ) d1962 AEC 18 Cubic Yard Construction Dump Truck Brochure1962 AEC Mercury 4x2 Fueller Production 52 ex RAF1962 AEC Mercury Livestock Transporter Reg.No. 303 DLW1962 AEC Mercury SWC 750 Essex1962 AEC Mercury1962 AEC WW25271963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 11963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 21963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 31963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 41963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 51963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 61963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 71963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 81963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 91963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 101963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 111963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 121963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 131963 AEC mogul majestic gb4la 141964 aec mandator g4 105501964 AEC mandator the indiaman 11964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) a1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) b1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) c1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) d1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) e1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) f1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) g1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) h1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) i1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) j1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) k1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) l1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) m1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) n1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) o1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) p1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) q1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) r1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) s1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) t1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) u1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) v1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) w1964-1977 AEC » Mercury Monarch ( model TGM4 ) x1965 aec 05-stokvis1965 AEC Mandator1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) a1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) b1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) c1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) d1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) e1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) f1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) g1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) h1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) i1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) j1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) k1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) l1965-1977 AEC » Marshal - Marshal 8 ( model TGM6 - TGM8 ) m1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) a1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) b1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) c1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) d1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) e1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) f1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) g1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) h1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) i1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) j1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) k1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) l1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) m1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) n1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) o1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) p1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) q1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) r1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) s1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) t1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) u1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) v1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) w1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) x1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) y1965-1978 AEC » Mammoth Minor - Major 6-8 ( model TG6 - TG8 ) z1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) a1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) b1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) c1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) d1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) e1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) f1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) g1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) h1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) i1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) j1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) k1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) l1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) m1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) n1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) o1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) p1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) q1965-1978 AEC » Mandator ( model TG4 ) r1966 AEC Mandator TG4R Tractor Unit Engine 12473cc ECL 142 D1966 AEC MERRYWEATHER TURNTABLE LADDER1966 AEC specially manufactured for the arduous terrain to Tehran1967 AEC Mammoth Minor1967 AEC Militant О870 Mk-III (FV-11044), 6x61968 AEC Major 30 Ton Construction Dump Truck ORIGINAL Factory Photo1968 AEC Southall Beefeater Gin Truck LondonBridge ORIGINAL Factory Photo1968 Johnston River Transport Had A Fleet Of Aec Mammoths And Mandators At Mourilyan Nth Qld In 19681969 AEC MAMOUTH MINOR 319F1969 AEC Mandator Tractor Unit LFX 197 G1970 AEC Mercury1970 AEC Militant Mk.III1970's Aec Mandator 6X6 Donated By Motor Vehicle Enthusiasts Club Darwin This Range Was Available In Australia Up To The Mid 1970S1971 AEC Militant cicil1972 AEC Mercury Skip Hire1972 AEC Militant Mk11972 AEC Militant О880 Mk-III (FV-11047), 6x61973 AEC Southall Works from south of the Iron Bridge, 19731973 AEC Southall Works seen from across the railway cutting, April 19731973-1979 AEC » Marathon ( model 2T25 ) a1973-1979 AEC » Marathon ( model 2T25 ) b1973-1979 AEC » Marathon ( model 2T25 ) c1973-1979 AEC » Marathon ( model 2T25 ) d1973-1979 AEC » Marathon ( model 2T25 )1978 Aec Swift Bus Powered By An Aec 760 Engine It Closely Resembled The Leyland Panther Donated By Port Pirie Bus Service1983 AEC Recovery Truck Photo2010 The Aec Goverment Roadtrain On Show In The Grounds At The National Road Transport Hall Of Fame In 2010