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Albion BY5, 6 x 4 (Front view, left side)

 
 

Front view, left side

Picture courtesy of Arne Gundersborg via Brian Brodersen


Danish Army Specific: Acquired from the British Forces just after WW II.
Historical
: By 1937 Albion had developed a 3 ton forward control 6 x 4 which became the BY1. It could carry a range of standard body types including cargo, breakdown, engineers and workshop. In June 1940 the BY1 was superseded by the BY3 with a 6-cylinder engine, and in May 1941 the BY3 gave way for the BY5 with a slightly larger power plant.
Also used with "Folding Boat Body No.1 Mk II" produced by Weymanns, and as bridging vehicle. The shown vehicle is a late-type version with full windscreen.
Produced production ceased in 1945.
Length: N/A.
Width: N/A.
Height: N/A.
Weight: N/A.
Engine
: Own 6-cylinder, type EN208B, 4.566 cm3 (278 cubic inches) displacement.
Horsepower: 90.
Transmission: 4-speed.
Transfer case: 2-speed.
Electrical system: N/A.
Brakes: Mechanical, servo-assisted.
Fording depth:
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.

Tyres: 9.00 - 20.
Fuel type: Diesel.
Fuel capacity: N/A.
Range: N/A.
Crew: N/A..
Additional: N/A.


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