Military Trucks Archive: Thornycroft Military Vehicles
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Military Trucks Archive 10: Thornycroft Military Vehicles, More Than 75 Years of Development and Innovation
Issue number 10 in the Military Trucks Archive deals with the military vehicles manufactured by Thornycroft over the company’s more-than 75-year history, ranging from the 3-ton J-Type of WW1, through the products of the turbulent 'thirties, and into WW2 and beyond, when trucks such as the Amazon, Nubian and Sturdy were produced by the thousand.
The immediate post-war years saw changes in the company structure, but Thornycroft remained an important contributor to Britain's Cold War effort and is probably best known for the Antar, a heavy-duty tank transporter tractor that went on to serve for more than 30 years
More than 185 rare Images, 98 pages
Ideal for anyone interested in British military vehicles