Dennis Buses and Other Vehicles
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The Dennis company has been building vehicles since 1895, making it the oldest continuously producing British manufacturer. From its origins in a small Guildford shop, the company has grown to become a major bus manufacturer with its products selling around the world. With over 240 photographs, this book discusses the company's highs and lows, through two world wars, challenging markets and ownership changes while documenting the vehicles produced and their innovative design features, from early cars and street-cleaning machines to vans, buses, trucks, fire engines and ambulances. The author draws on first-hand descriptions of how, and why, some of the company's most successful products such as the Dart, Trident and Enviro buses evolved and explains why their once market-leading fire engines are no longer made. This book analyses the reasons why some products were less successful and considers the future opportunities and challenges that lie ahead.
|Publication Date||20 Apr 2020|
|Publisher||CROWOOD PRESS LTD|
|Record last updated||25/04/2021|