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1943 AEC Matador

Discussion in 'Photography & The Digital Darkroom' started by Paul @ Unit, Sep 19, 2011.

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    The inlaws new purchase'


    1943 AEC Matador (Very Rare) went and picked it up at the weekend from Devon' Bought from a private Museum. Was built for the Army back in the day in this area Using a Atkinson mk1 original cab, It is truelly stunning in my opinion' Extremely clean just a few touch ups to do, also a wash and polish.


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    Fantastic. I'd love to restore something like this. Is that the one where you have to pull the accelerator pedal up to stop it lol?
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    thanks, hes just got rid of a 1972 ERF and old ford D series which i all loved, but this is awesome, loads of character, cant wait for the classic commercial and Steam fairs to start again
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