1951 AEC Matador NAS 399. C
hassis 085310191Victoria AEC Matador 1951.
The lorry was owned by the British Army until 1979 when it was sold at Ruddington and went to Ames Roadstone on quarry duty.
It was later purchased by Gregory’s Timber yard at Victoria Mills Darley Dale and then into restoration.
Restored by George Stone of old Tupton over eight years.
The truck was purchased during 2014 where it had further work done to the air compressor and the brake system and spend the next three years being a show vehicle and was sold in 2017 to the present owner where it was dry stored It comes with V5 vehicle registration book.
Work manual restoration record.
Photo album two spare wheels timber crane historical record Document (extra pictures and walkaround video can be provided via email).
The AEC Matador was a heavy 4×4 truck and medium artillery tractor built by the Associated Equipment Company for British and Commonwealth forces during World War II.
AEC had already built a 4×2 lorry, also known as the Matador.
Wikipedia Engine: AEC 7.6 litre diesel; 95 hp Maximum speed: 30 mph Payload capacity: 4 tons Height: 9 ft 7 in Length: 20 ft 10 in Width: 7 ft 10 in Produced: 1938-1953.
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