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  1. Purchased in Oct 2013 this is my Militant recovery for sale, please see my restoration blog under ‘87 ET 77’ in the restorations section of this website. i have three spare part worn Michelin tyres on a single pallet and a 95% complete spare gearbox split over three pallets. Near bare metal respray with red oxide & then 2-pack NATO paint by local commercial spray shop. crane works as it should, not had cause to use the winch. Located in Derbyshire DE6 I can help with arranging transport. regards nick
  2. Hi, I'm looking for some 10.00 - 22 tyres if anyone has any or anything similar enough to fit an aec 850 r6t 6x6. Cheers.
  3. 1944 AEC Matador Artily Tractor for sale High speed diffs, good mechanicals, original body, Very good tyres. cab is good, but will need O/S rear cab pillar and timber above O/S wheel arch done soon. Its a nice vehicle. Located near Stroud Glos. Looking for around £15K Call Dan on 07711839269 to view
  4. I am toying with the idea of selling my 2 1944 AEC O854 Coles cranes.The one is 85% restored, mechanically is excellent, Engine is like new, The cab has been restored and the brakes have been overhauled. just requires the crane restoration and modifications to the cab roof. The second is a running with operating crane (new lift cable), but has been heavily modified and has NO BRAKES. Between the two almost everything is there to complete the restoration with ease. They could really do with going to a museum or serious collector to finish. Looking for around £12K ono for both which is nowhere n
  5. Hi all, I’m new here and after some info if possible please? I build model truck for a hobby and have just bought one of Howrad Whiteheads Matador kits. I saw this AEC on one of my visits to Malta and fancied building something like! I have done searches on here and google and only found pictures of AFM 107, this one is AFH 102. I think it may have been, green then sand then a civvy green, i could be wrong, but i would like to find out more about it if possible? thanks in advance, Mick
  6. A few weeks ago I decided that with a full time job that take 55-60 hours a week of my time, A wife and 3 kids (one of them is only 3 weeks old), and a 1944 Matador. My life needed another challenge. This has come in the form of an AEC O854 Coles airfield crane. I have alway promised myself that I would one day own one, So when one came up for sale I just had to make an offer on it. Unfortunately, this offer was accepted and now I'm the very proud owner of this. So its got the wrong cab, Has a blown second axle diff, has had a very bad air spring brake conversion and has a host of other
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