HILLMAN cars Ryton-on-Dunsmore England UK

Hillman

Ryton-on-Dunsmore, England, UK

1907-1931

with Humber

1929-1931

Hillman Motor Car Company
Industry Automotive industry
Fate Merged
Successor Rootes Group
Founded 1907
Founder William Hillman
Defunct 1931
Headquarters Ryton-on-Dunsmore, England
Products Automobiles
Parent 1929–31 Humber
Hillman Marque
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Owner PSA
Country United Kingdom
Discontinued 1976
Markets Automotive
Previous owners 1907–29 Hillman Motor Car Company
1929–31 Humber
1931–67 Rootes Group
1967–79 Chrysler
1929 Hillman14

Hillman 14 1929

1936 Hillman Minx De Luxe 4-D Saloon

Hillman Minx De Luxe 4-Door Saloon 1936

1955 Hillman Minx Mark VIII Cabriolet

Hillman Minx Mark VIII Drophead 1955

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1961 Hillman Minx

Hillman is a British automobile marque created by the Hillman Motor Car Company, founded in 1907. The company was based in Ryton-on-Dunsmore, near Coventry, England. Before 1907 the company had built bicycles. Although the Hillman company was acquired by Humber in 1929, Hillman was used as the primary marque of the Rootes Group from 1931, following its acquisition of Humber, until 1967, when Chrysler in turn took over Rootes. The marque continued to be used under Chrysler until 1976.

History

Origins

In 1857 Josiah Turner and James Starley formed the Coventry Sewing Machine Company, and recruited skilled engineers from the London area to join them, one of whom was William Hillman. In 1869 the firm changed its name to the Coventry Machinists Company, and like many other manufacturers in the area embarked on producing velocipedes. In 1870 Hillman and Starley patented a new bicycle called the “Ariel” and by 1885 Hillman was a partner of the bicycle manufacturer Hillman Herbert and Cooper, producing a bicycle called the Kangaroo. Hillman’s new company soon established itself, and before the turn of the 20th century, Hillman was a millionaire. With wealth came the means to fulfil Hillman’s next ambition, to become a car producer. Hillman had moved into Abingdon House in Stoke Aldermoor near Coventry and decided that a sensible plan would be to set up a car factory in its grounds. in 1907 Hillman-Coatalen, was founded by William Hillman with the Breton Louis Coatalen as designer and chief engineer. They launched the 24HP Hillman-Coatalen (named after its designer), which was entered into that year’s Tourist Trophy. The car was put out of the race by a crash, but it had made a splash. Coatalen left in 1909 to join Sunbeam and the company was re-registered as the Hillman Motor Car Company in 1910.

The first cars were large, featuring a 9.76-litre 6-cylinder engine or a 6.4-litre four. A smaller car, the 9 hp of 1913 with a 1357 cc side-valve four-cylinder engine, was the first to sell in significant numbers and was re-introduced after the First World War as the 11 hp, having grown to 1600 cc. The big seller was the 14 hp introduced in 1925, and the only model made until 1928. Following the fashion of the time a Straight Eight of 2.6 litres and Hillman’s first use of overhead valves came in 1928 but soon gained a reputation for big-end problems.

Rootes era

In 1928 Hillman was taken over by Humber and both were taken over by Rootes in 1931. Hillman went on to become the dominant brand within the Rootes empire, alongside Humber, Sunbeam and Singer.

The 1930s saw a return to side valves with a 6-cylinder Wizard first produced in April 1931 and in 1932 the first car to carry the Minx name. This had a 1185 cc four-cylinder and went through a series of updates in body style and construction until the end of the Second World War. In 1934 the Hillman Wizard “65” and “75” were replaced by the 2110cc Hillman “16 hp” and 2810cc “20/70”, which lasted until 1936 when a new body design in the form of the 2576 cc Hillman “Sixteen” and the 3181 cc “Hawk” and “80”, all with side valve straight-six engines, were introduced. These cars were later rebodied and sold as Humbers.

After the war the Minx was reintroduced with the same 1185 cc engine. It went through a series of models given Phase numbers and the Phase VIII of 1955 saw the arrival of an overhead-valve engine 1390cc, the Mk 8. The later 1956 Two Tone version of this model was called the “Gay Look” or Mk 8A model, showing how the meaning of words can change, and led to the advertising slogan “As Gay as a Mardi Gras”. A smaller car, the Husky with van like body and using the old side-valve engine, was also new for 1954. The floor pan of this model was later to form the basis for the Sunbeam Alpine, Sunbeam also being part of the Rootes empire. A complete departure in 1963 was the Hillman Imp using a Coventry Climax all alloy, 875 cc rear engine and built in a brand new factory in Linwood, Scotland. The location was chosen under government influence to bring employment to a depressed area. A fastback version, the Californian, and an estate re-using the Husky name were also made. A new car called the Hunter was introduced in 1966 with, in 1967, a smaller-engined standard version using the old Minx name. These are frequently given their factory code of “Arrow”, but this name was never officially used in marketing.

Chrysler

Chrysler had assumed complete control of Rootes by 1967, and the first new Hillman model whose development was financed by the American giant was the Avenger of 1970.

1972 Hillman Avenger Saloon

1972 Hillman Avenger Saloon

Peugeot

The Avenger and Hunter ranges were rebadged as Chryslers until 1979 when Chrysler sold its European division to Peugeot. At this point, Hunter production was shelved and the Avenger was rebadged as a Talbot until it was finally withdrawn from sale at the end of 1981.

Hillman’s Ryton factory, which had assembled various Peugeot models for the European market, closed in 2007. The French company still owns the rights to the Hillman name.

Car models

1929 Hillman14 1930 hillman london olympia 1930 hillman straight 8 saloon 1931 hillman 75 coupe cabrio 1931 hillman minx may 1931 hillman vortic tourer 1931 hillman wizard saloon 1931 hillman wizard 1932 Hillman Minx 1124cc 1932 hillman minx carbodies 1932 hillman minx tourer 1932 hillman minx 1933 hillman aero minx (2) 1933 hillman aero minx roadster 1933 Hillman Aero Minx 1933 hillman minx i wizard 1933 hillman minx saloon 1933 hillman potters 1933 hillman wizard saloon 1934 hillman 115a 1934 hillman aero minx police 1934 hillman minx dhc 1934 hillman Minx poster 1934 Hillman Minx sports tourer1185cc 1935 hillman aero minx cresta saloon 1935 Hillman Minx Castle Hedingham 1935 Hillman Sports tourer 1935 hillman twenty 70 swb 1936 hillman 80 limousine 1936 hillman aero minx 1936 hillman hawk saloon 1936 Hillman Humber Cars 1936 hillman iam 1936 Hillman Minx De Luxe 4-D Saloon 1937 hillman 16 tourer 1937 Hillman Minx 1184cc 1938 Hillman Minx Magnificent 1938 hillman minx rmc 1939 hillman 14 saloon 1940 hillman 14 saloon 1940 hillman minx Phase I 1940 hillman minx tyl 1941 hillman minx 10hp 1943 hillman light utility 1945 hillman minx 1946 hillman commer 1946 hillman minx dhc 1946 hillman minx november 1946 Hillman Minx Saloon 1947 hillman lav162 1947 hillman minx convertible ph1cab 1947 hillman minx december 1947 Hilman Minx Mark I drophead coupé 1948 hillman minx conv london 1948 Hillman Minx Mark II 1949 hillman estate 1949 hillman minx ad 3 1949 hillman minx ad 1949 hillman minx phase 3 dhc 1950 hillman estate 1950 Hillman IMP prototype 'The Slug' 600cc 1950 hillman minx ph4 1951 Hillman Minx phase 5 1952 hillman minx ad 1953 hillman minx 7 estate 1953 Hillman Minx Convertible Coupé ad 1953 Hillman Minx Mark V 1953 hillman minx phase 6 coupe 1953 Hillman Minx Phase 6 1954 hillman husky 1954 hillman minx ph8 1954 Hillman Minx Phase VII Saloon 1954 Hillman Minx Special 4-D Saloon Phase VIII 1955 Hillman Minx Mark 8 1955 Hillman Minx Mark VIII Cabriolet 1955+56 Hillman Minx c 1955+56 Hillman Minx Phase 8  8a +b 1955-56 Hillman Minx Phase 8a 1956 hillman husky 1956 hillman minx ph8a 1957 hillman minx estate s1 1957 hillman minx s1 1957 Hillman Minx serie I Convertible 1957 Hillman Minx Series I 1957 Hillman Minx Series IIa 1957 hillman minx sII jubilee 1957 hillman station wagon 1958-59 hillman minx 1959 hillman minx iiia 1959 Hillman Minx Series IIIa 1959 Hillman Minx Series IIIb 1959 hillmann husky 1959 Humber 80 1960 Hillman Husky ad 1960 hillman husky-jr 1960 hillman minx convert may 1960 Hillman Minx 1961 hillman minx s3b october'60 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 1961 hillman superminx convert 1962 hillman minx s3c 1962 hillman super minx 1963 Hillman Husky Series III Engine 1390 cc WKR 1963 hillman imp range 3 1963 Hillman Minx 1600 1963 Hillman Minx 1600a 1963 Hillman Super Minx Ser.II Engine 1592cc S4 1963-66 Hillman Husky III 1964 hillman husky-jr 1964 hillman imp (2) 1964 Hillman imp (3) 1964 hillman imp 2-jr 1964 Hillman Imp 1964 Hillman Minx Series V 1592cc 1964 hillman super minx 1965 hillman imp-jr OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 1966 Hillman Imp Ad 1966 hillman imp californian 1966 Hillman Minx Ad 1966 Hillman Minx Californian 1966 Hillman Minx series VI 1725cc 1966 hillman minx VI 1966 Hillman Minx, LLU 787D 1966 Hillman Minx 1966 Hillman Super Minx Estate Mk.IV 1966 Sunbeam Minx 1967 Hillman Hunter with second of the four fronts 1725cc 1967 hillman hunter 1967 hillman husky 1967 hillman imp tyl 1967 Hillman Minx 1496cc 1967 Hillman Minx Deluxe Series VI Engine 1725cc S4a 1968 hillman hunter saloon 1968 Hillman Hunter 1968 Hillmann Imp-de luxe 1969 hillman avenger gl 1969 hillman avenger 1969 hillman hunter est 1969 hillman super imp 1970 Hillman Imp 1970 Hillman Minx Arrow type near Biggleswade 1970-76 Hillman Avenger Super Estate Engine 1498cc S4 O OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA 1972 Hillman Avenger 1500 Deluxe Engine 1498cc S4 1972 Hillman Avenger Saloon 2005 Hillman Hunter Arrow Paykan Hillman Minx Phase 5a hillman project-apex Hillman_badge hillmman minx ph 1 Isuzu Hillman Minx Mark Ⅵ, Rear view Paykan Pickup.Hillman_Minx

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That was all about Hillman.

Buses + more KARRIER Huddersfield West Yorkshire UK

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Karrier

1952 Karrier Bantam
Karrier Bantam ca 1952

Karrier

 is a marque of car and commercial vehicle, the origins of which can be traced back to Clayton and Company, a 1904 company founded by Herbert and Reginald Clayton from HuddersfieldWest YorkshireUK. In 1908, they started making Karrier cars and in 1920 changed the company name to Karrier Motors Ltd. It also produced buses and in latter years, especially during the Second World War, trolleybuses, notably the Karrier ‘W’ model.

Colt, Cob and Bantam

In 1929, Karrier started production of the “Colt” three-wheeler as a dustcart chassis for Huddersfield Corporation. In 1930, this was developed into the “Cob” tractor to haul road trailers for the London, Midland and Scottish Railway. The “Cob” was similar to the Scammell Mechanical Horse. In the mid-1930s, the “Cob” range was supplemented by the four-wheel “Bantam”.

Takeovers and mergers

Rootes Group

After takeover bids in 1934, the Rootes Group acquired Karrier and moved production to Luton, closing the Huddersfield operation. In the late 1950s and 1960s, some Karrier vehicles were fitted with the iconic Rootes TS3 two-stroke opposed piston diesel engine. Other engines used in this period include Humber Hawk 4- cylinder petrol engines (L-Head and OHC), Humber Super Snipe 6-cylinder (L-Head and OHV) and Perkins Diesels. At Luton, the only designs carried over from the previous era were the three wheeler and the six-wheel trolleybus chassis.The trolleybus business became integrated with that of Sunbeam following its absorption into the Rootes group. In 1946 the trolleybus operations and the Wolverhampton trolleybus line was sold to Brockhouse Ltd, who in 1948 sold it to Guy Motors.Under Rootes ownership, Karrier trucks were generally smaller size than their sister, Commer brand, with “Bantam” models using 13-inch and “Gamecock” models using 16-inch wheels, to give lower loading height. Partly because of this, they were particularly popular with local authorities for varied applications, including highway maintenance tippers, refuse collection vehicles and street lighting maintenance tower wagons. Karrier trucks and chassis were also popular with airport operators and airlines for baggage handling trucks, water bowsers and toilet servicing.

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Dodge (UK)

The Dodge Brothers company came to the UK in 1922 and began importing United States Dodge knock-down kits to build in the UK at a production line in Park RoyalLondon. Eventually, production was moved to the Chrysler plant at Kew; Dodges built there were known as “Dodge Kews”. During the Second World War this factory was part of London Aircraft Production Group and built Handley Page Halifax aircraft assemblies.In 1965, production moved to Dunstable where Commer, Dodge (UK) and Karrier were all brought together.

Chrysler Europe

By 1970, the Rootes Group had been taken over (in stages) by Chrysler Europe, with support from the British Government which was desperate to support the ailing British motor industry. The Dodge brand (also used by Chrysler in the USA) began to take precedence on all commercial models. The last vestige of Karrier was probably in the Dodge 50 Series, which began life badged as a (Chrysler) Dodge but with a Karrier Motor Company VIN (vehicle identification number) plate.

Peugeot and Renault

Chrysler eventually gave up on UK operations, selling the business to Peugeot. The new owner had little interest in heavy trucks and the factory was then run in conjunction with Renault Véhicules Industriels, (then part of Renault (though now Volvo). The combined company used the name Karrier Motors Ltd, although the vehicles took on Renault badges and were sold through Renault Trucks dealers. Renault had been keen to secure a UK manufacturing operation for engines for its own models, and did relatively little to market or develop the British designs, favouring its existing French range such as the Renault Master. The end of the Karrier name could not be far off; eventually, Renault severed ties with Peugeot and introduced a Renault Truck Ind. or Renault Vehicles Ind. VIN plate.The Karrier trademark is still in the possession of Peugeot, and it is not uncommon for vehicle marques to be reinstated.

Ro-Railer

Karrier’s Ro-Railer was a hybrid single decker bus capable of running on both road and rail. It was introduced in 1932 and tested by the London, Midland and Scottish Railway but it was not a success and was not perpetuated.

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1910 commer 5 © Reed Business Information

1911 Commer WW1 ambulance

1911 Commer WW1 ambulance

1914 KARRIER CHARABANC

1914 KARRIER CHARABANC

1914 NBP-192-005-lo

1914 Charabanc’s from Karrier together

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1914-Karrier-charabanc

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1914-Karrier-charabanc

1920 0127Com-Karrier5

1920 Com-Karrier 5

1920 0127Com-Star

 

1920 Karrier Motors. From Graces Guide

1920 karrier-lorry

1920 karrier-lorry

1922 IAE-Karrier

1922 IAE Beer-Karrier

1922-25 Karrier OT46R seats

1922-25 Karrier OT46R seats

1924 Karrier six wheeler

1924 Karrier six wheeler

1925 0915CM-BPKarriers

1925 0915CM-BP Karrier’s

1925 EnV139-p441

1925 EnV139-p441 Karrier

1925 EnV140-p486c

1925 EnV140-p486c Karrier Tanker

1926 smaller Karrier CL6-1 buses

1926 smaller Karrier CL6-1 buses

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1927 CGJ-Rootes

1927 CGJ-Rootes

1927 Karrier 6-wheel belonging to a company named Enterprise

1927 Karrier 6-wheel belonging to a company named Enterprise

1927 Karrier WL6 TP4835 lr

1927 Karrier WL6 TP4835 lr

1927 Karrier WL6-2. Brush H32-28R

1927 Karrier WL6-2. Brush H32-28R

1927 Three Salford City Tramways Karriers, at an unknown location

1927 Three Salford City Tramways Karriers, at an unknown location

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1927 tpt-transport-bus-minibus-double-decker-coach-karrier

1928 0827MoTr-Karr

1928 0827MoTr-Karrier

1928 Karrier bus by scouse73

1928 Karrier bus by scouse73

1928 Karrier DD6

1928 Karrier DD6

1928 Karrier HY-2391

1928 Karrier HY-2391

1928

Karrier DD 1928

1928 Karrier E6 497 AVH-497

1928 Karrier E6 497 AVH-497

1928 Karrier E6 with Roe H32-28R body

1928 Karrier E6 with Roe H32-28R body

1929 Karrier E6 trolleybuses built to a similar style to the larger group of Park Royal trolleybuses

1929 Karrier E6 trolleybuses built to a similar style to the larger group of Park Royal trolleybuses

1929 Karrier Gazette

1929 Karrier Gazette

1929 Karrier GYR 2,5T

1929 Karrier GYR 2,5T

1929 v148-p037a

1929 six-wheel 8 ton lorry & 4 ton trailer-Karrier

1929 v148-p520

1929 combination vehicle with 6 wheel trailer Karrier

1930 0509ERBT-Karrier

1930 Karrier Ad

1930+1964 Karrier E4

1930 Karrier E4 Trolleybus

1930 Karrier coach-body

1930 Karrier coach-body

1930 Karrier E4 with Weymann H30-26R body

1930 Karrier E4 with Weymann H30-26R body – David Mitchell

1930 Karrier introduced their Cob 2-ton and Colt 4-ton three-wheeled prime-mover and trailers

1930 Karrier introduced their Cob 2-ton and Colt 4-ton three-wheeled prime-mover and trailers

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1930 karrier-cob

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1930-mechanical horse Karrier

1930's Karrier Cob Mechanical Horse

1930’s Karrier Cob Mechanical Horse

1930 Karrier Cob

1930 Karrier Cob © Alex Miedema buzzybeeforum

1930 karrier2 3toncolt cob

1930 karrier 2 – 3ton colt cob

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1930 karrier-cob-colt

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1930 tpt-transport-truck-lorry-wagon-karrier-cob

1930's Rural Dust Cart

1930’s Rural Dust Cart Karrier

1931 Karrier 2 ad

1931 Karrier 2 ad

1932 LMS Karrier new Ro Railer 1

1932 LMS Karrier new Ro Railer 1

1932 LMS Karrier Rail-bus

1932 LMS Karrier Rail-bus

1932 v153-p474

1932 LMS Karrier Rail-bus

1933 0519MJ-TITLE

1933 Karrier

1933 0616MJ-Title

1933 Karrier

1933 EnV156-p451

1933 Karrier Street Sweeper

1933 EnV156-p008a

1933 Karrier Three Wheeled Truck

1933 EnV156-p009

1933 Karrier Four Wheeled 10/30 HP Truck

1933 EnV156-p009a

1933 Karrier Tractor Trailer Combination

1933 EnV156-p485b

1933 Karrier COB Six 14/52 HP Three Wheel Tractor

1933 EnV156-p485c

1933 Karrier Front Suspension of COBS & COLTS

1933 Karrier In A Tight Spot

1933 Karrier In A Tight Spot

1933 Karrier road-sweeper

1933 Karrier road-sweeper

1934 Karrier Cob Mechanical Horse

1934 Karrier Cob Mechanical Horse

1935 Karrier Colt BS1398

1935 Karrier Colt BS1398

1935 Karrier Colt

1935 Karrier Colt

1936 1016A-Rootes

1936 1016A-Rootes

1937 02MC-Karr

1937 02MC-Karrier COLT

1938 0701CM-Karrier

1938 0701CM-Karrier Bantam

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1938 0701CM-BTH5

1938 0701CM-BTH5 Sunbeam DD

1938 Commer 5 Tonner

1938 Commer 5 Tonner

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1938 Commer Flat Truck

1938 Commer Flat Truck

1938 Karrier Cob CK3

1938 Karrier Cob CK3

1938 Pre-War Commer Tipper

1938 Pre-War Commer Tipper

1939 IAE-Karrier

1939 IAE-Karrier

1939 Karrier AVH-497a

1939 Karrier AVH-497

1940 Commer Tipper Being Loaded

 1940 Commer Tipper Being Loaded

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1940

1942 Bradford Karrier W trolleybus 714 DKY714.

1942 Bradford Karrier W trolleybus 714 DKY714.

1942 Doncaster Corporation Karrier W Trolleybus CDT625

1942 Doncaster Corporation Karrier W Trolleybus CDT625

1942 KARRIER AND SUNBEAM TROLLEYBUSES (BRADFORD CITY TRANSPORT,) POSTCARD

1942 KARRIER AND SUNBEAM TROLLEYBUSES (BRADFORD CITY TRANSPORT,) POSTCARD

1942 Karrier W with a Roe H30-26R body

1942 Karrier W with a Roe H30-26R body

1942 Karrier W, Roe

1942 Karrier W, Roe

1942-61 South Lancs 61, a Karrier W utility trolleybus at Four Lane Ends

1942-61 South Lancs 61, a Karrier W utility trolleybus at Four Lane Ends

1942-62 Karrier W Park Royal DKY732

1942-62 Karrier W Park Royal DKY732

1942-1962 Karrier W with East Lancs Body

1942-1962 Karrier W with East Lancs Body

1944 01RW-Rootes

1944 01RW-Rootes

1944 Karrier W trolleybus 'Bradford Corporation' Of motorcards available. Buses and Coaches 2. Card No 133

1944 Karrier W trolleybus ‘Bradford Corporation’ Of motorcards available. Buses and Coaches 2. Card No 133

1945 Karrier W 1945 delivered with Park Royal bodywork, numbered 75 when new, renumbered 375 in 1948

1945 Karrier W 1945 delivered with Park Royal bodywork, numbered 75 when new, renumbered 375 in 1948

1945 Karrier W and rebodied by East Lancs H37-29F in 1960

1945 Karrier W and rebodied by East Lancs H37-29F in 1960

1945 Karrier W delivered new in 1945 with a Park Royal 'utility' body

1945 Karrier W delivered new in 1945 with a Park Royal ‘utility’ body

1945 Karrier W with East Lancs body fitted in 1960

1945 Karrier W with East Lancs body fitted in 1960

1945 POSTCARD Bradford Trolleybus 738, 1945 Karrier, Roe Body

1945 POSTCARD Bradford Trolleybus 738, 1945 Karrier, Roe Body

1946 Vital-KarrierK6

1946 Vital-Karrier K6

1947 Commer Superpoise Artic

1947 Commer Superpoise Artic

1947 Karrier MS2 CVH-743East Lancs H40 32R

1947 Karrier MS2 CVH-743East Lancs H40 32R

1947 Karrier MS2 trolleybus 541, CVH741, with Park Royal H30-70R body

1947 Karrier MS2 trolleybus 541, CVH741, with Park Royal H30-70R body

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1948

1948 Bradford Karrier W trolleybus

1948 Bradford Karrier W trolleybus

1948, over 600 municipalities used Karrier vehicles ambulances-and-refuse-collector

1948, over 600 municipalities used Karrier vehicles ambulances-and-refuse-collector

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1948

1949 03CV-Rootes

1949

1949 Karrier Bantam Ilford Borough Truck Old Advert

1949 Karrier Bantam Ilford Borough Truck Old Advert

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1949

1950 Karrier Bantam Truck

1950 Karrier Bantam Truck

1950

1950 Karrier Bantam Truck

1951 Commer TS3 Tractors

1951 Commer TS3 Tractors

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1951

1952 a

1952

1952 Karrier Bantam

1952 Karrier Bantam

1954 CMS-Karrier

1954 CMS-Karrier

1955 Karrier Bantam uniegeboue SA

1955 Karrier Bantam uniegeboue SA

1955

1955

1956 Karrier bus crossing the river

1956 Karrier bus crossing the river SA

1956 Karrier Shop

1956 Karrier Shop

1956

1956 Karrier Shop

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1956 Karrier

1956-Karrier Bantam bus

 

1956-Karrier Bantam bus SA

1957

1956-Karrier Bantam bus + Fire & Rescue

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1957

1958 Karrier BFD3023 Harkers

1958 Karrier BFD3023 Harkers

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1959 Karrier

1959 Karrier Bantam 223

1959 Karrier Bantam 223

1959 Karrier Bantam Bus MDU-14

1959 Karrier Bantam Bus MDU-14

1959 Karrier BFD3023 . Plaxton Consort II C14F a

1959 Karrier BFD3023 . Plaxton Consort II C14F a

1959. Commer Karrier 4,752cc.

1959. Commer Karrier 4,752cc.

1959. Electric Bantam tractor and semi-trailer.

1959. Electric Bantam tractor and semi-trailer.

1960 Karrier BFD3023 . EX-BOAC

1960 Karrier BFD3023 . EX-BOAC © Traveller Homes

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1962 commer mini bus

1962 Karrier 2023-Brocksbank

1962 Karrier 2023-Brocksbank

1962 Karrier BFD3023 . Plaxton Consort II C14F

1962 Karrier BFD3023 . Plaxton Consort II C14F © Traveller Homes

1962 KarrierQ25

1962 KarrierQ25

1962

1962

1963 Karrier Bantam Van

1963 Karrier Bantam Van

1964

1964

1965 Karrier 98A Reading Lilliput

1965 Karrier 98A Reading Lilliput

1966 Commer Ambulance

1966 Commer Collection

1966 Commer Collection

1966 Karrier - PBC 734

1966 Karrier – PBC 734

1966 Karrier - Plaxton coach

1966 Karrier – Plaxton coach

1966 Karrier 14-seater

1966 Karrier 14-seater

1966 Karrier Bantam BBC remote

1966 Karrier Bantam BBC remote

1966 Karrier BBC-Bantam

1966 Karrier BBC-Bantam

1966 Karrier Bantam

1966 Karrier Bantam

1966 Karrier BFD3023 . Reading B9F. Ex-Servite W5

1966 Karrier BFD3023 . Reading B9F. Ex-Servite W5 © Traveller Homes

1966 Karrier BFD3023 . Reading B9F

1966 Karrier BFD3023 . Reading B9F © Traveller Homes

1967 Commer Ambulance Coventry Transport Museum

1967 Commer Ambulance Coventry Transport Museum

1968 Commer Appliance WVX 627

1968 Commer Appliance WVX 627

1968 Commer Horse Box

1968 Commer Horse Box

1974. Karrier Bantam Dustcart

1974. Karrier Bantam Dustcart

1994 Dodge cold carrier Coca Cola on Malta

1994 Dodge cold Karrier Coca Cola on Malta

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bantam karrier folder

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Karrier Walker 12 seat bus

1962 karrier-walker-12-seat-bus

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Karrier models

Karrier Models

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Karrier

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Karrier W model

Karrier W model

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