"second-hand" from the RAF in 1946-47. Used as
cargo-carrier and as 4-stretcher ambulance until the
The delivered vehicles were early production types
supplied to the RAF with independent front suspension and
civilian-type radiator grille.
Historical: Militarized Standard "Flying
Twelve" car chassis. The rear body (not the shown variant) was
produced by well known body manufacturer Mulliner, and in recognition of
steel being in short supply, much was made of wood. A tubular steel
frame and canvas tilt was provided to cover the cab and rear load area.
Around 7.000 vehicles were produced during WW II.
Similar models produced by Austin, Hillman and Morris.
Nicknamed "Tilly", as the official designation was "Car, Light Utility,
4 x 2".
Length: 4.22 m (166 inches).
Width: 1.63 m (64 inchs).
Height: 2.03 m (80 inches).
Engine: Own 4-cylinder, 1.609 cm3 (98 cubic inches)
displacement, carburettor, liquid-cooled.
Horsepower: 44 at 2.500 rpm.
Transmission: Own, 4-speed.
Transfer case: None.
Electrical system: 6 V.
Tyres: 6.00 - 16.
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.
Fuel type: Petrol.
Fuel capacity: N/A.
Crew: 1 + 1.