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AEC Album Part Two: Including Maudslay


AEC began life as the bus-building department of the London General Omnibus Company, producing famous designs including the B-type and K-type open-top double-decker buses. Once the company gained its independence (but retained the contract to supply most of London's buses) AEC produced classic designs such as the Regent double-decker, Regal single-decker and Renown three-axle buses, as well as the revolutionary Q-type. Alongside the buses AEC also produced market-leading lorry chassis, including the three-axle or four-axle Mammoth Majors. In this publication Rod Ward tells the second part of this history of the company from 1945. This includes the Merger with Maudslay in 1948 when Maudslay joined AEC and Crossley in the new Associated Commercial Vehicles (ACV) Ltd.



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