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Albion trucks,

Post by RAB on Thu Aug 09 2012, 16:46

Here is a site that may be of interest to all the bus and lorry buffs.

http://www.albion-trust.org.uk/

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Re: Albion trucks,

Post by stationary stu on Fri Aug 10 2012, 10:30

Interesting site, thanks for posting Paul, I worked on many Albions when serving my time.

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Re: Albion trucks,

Post by JONESEY on Fri Aug 10 2012, 23:03

Showing your age Stu, Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing never herd of them Laughing Very Happy
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Re: Albion trucks,

Post by kevjhnsn on Sat Aug 11 2012, 04:09

well stu if it makes you feel any better after mjs comment
ive well me dad and i restored one about 12-15 yrs ago from the almost rolling chassis back to rally field and an award winner at the big truck festival
down south was it silverstone or brandhatch that held years back ??
the cab roof was made up of 2-3 types of wood and i loved to just stair up at the timbers and the "china sunrise"??? on the cast alloy radiator that cost about 300 notes to get repaired, drop sides and tent style canvas body top ,the shade if green i picked looked the "dogs dangles" dad wanted to do it navy blue, sold it about 10 yrs back to a block from the next village but not seen it in about 8 yrs or more ,will have a look on his david brown website and see if its there on his pics,
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Post by kevjhnsn on Sat Aug 11 2012, 04:24

found these from 2012 church roof fund rally in his village


same colour just sign written up more with his name on it all over the place but the door is 90% dads "way old" details lol
cant quite see the roof timbers shame but never mind its still going strong Very Happy
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Post by stationary stu on Sat Aug 11 2012, 10:19

JONESEY wrote:Showing your age Stu, Laughing Laughing Laughing Laughing never herd of them Laughing Very Happy
Jonesey

Awww your memory going with age now Jonesey so sorry mate. lol! lol! lol! lol!

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Post by stationary stu on Sat Aug 11 2012, 10:20

Kev, cracking old truck but I never worked on any that old. Rolling Eyes Laughing Laughing

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Re: Albion trucks,

Post by kevjhnsn on Sat Aug 11 2012, 17:27

stationary stu wrote:Kev, cracking old truck but I never worked on any that old. Rolling Eyes Laughing Laughing

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whats up mate a bit to model for your old bones Very Happy Very Happy lol!
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