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Leyland Journal Issue 14

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Leyland Journal Issue 14


This issue includes: Challenges Ahead. - Some present day topics, and comments on this issue. The Leyland Olympic - In 1948, when Leyland were starting to adapt to post war production, it was decided to produce a single deck bus, chassisless, and with an underfloor engine. The Ergomatic Cab. Part 2. This second part of a 2 part article of the Leyland Ergomatic Cab deals with the changes in specification, improvements, and subsequent use of Ergomatic components on other vehicles The Leyland-Crossley 'Y' Types and the First Leyland Buses in London - This article should be regarded as No. 22 in the 'Early History of Leyland' series, and deals with the first petrol engined buses produced from 1904 onwards. The 'Cub'. Part 1 (1927-1931) - The Cub, both in goods and passenger version became one of Leyland Motors best selling range of vehicles in the 1930's. This article deals with all the relevant aspects of it's production and development.

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Stock Code: LEJ14.0
Height(mm): 297
Width(mm): 210
Page Count: 48
Publication Date: 31 Aug 2012
Publication Status: Available
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