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  1. My father in law ran two GMCs until 1968 as lime spreaders. They hauled chalk from quarry to farm and then spread on fields so they always carried a lot more weight than they were designed for. One had a Perkins engine which was a Perkins conversion kit. The other was fitted with a Ford engine and to do this the transfer box was moved back. Transfer boxes were hardly ever any trouble. As Tony says they were indeed ran on Chevrolet diffs again not a lot of trouble apart from a few bearing troubles. They always ran on 900 x 20 tyres, rear trunnions were troublesome. Ransomes of Ipswich m
  2. Lifting gear TLF winch original , it was all fitted to a 6wheel AEC.Have you started the engine yet.
  3. Hello Nigel, I've managed to dig the pictures out. These are the only ones I have I'm afraid. Thanks Thomas
  4. Will post pictures of 981 when I can find them, all the best Thomas.
  5. It may well be that she was in Swanley. She was with Turlows of Stowmarket in Suffolk as their wrecker but she became troublesome, cracked head? She was purchased by Charley Frost of Needham Market who removed the Winch and Lifting gear. I bought the chassis cab in 1983. Sold it some years later to Adrian Barrel. I replaced her with CSU 578 ex Tony Graves.
  6. This was owned by me in Suffolk was originally equipped as a wrecker. Nice to see it again. Thomas
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