Douglas autotruck

- and now for something completely different ............
Someone I have not heard from in ten years (it pays to keep your phone
number) has just bought a Douglas autotruck. He uses the term loosely
because of its similarity in task orientation to the Lister Autotruck.
Perhaps not intended for outdoor work, it is a narrow aisle vehicle with a
footprint of not more than three feet. One sits upon the engine cowling with
ones feet astride the front wheel.
The big SV air-cooled transverse fin engine is seized, but he (a marine
engineer of many years experience) does not think it's terminal.
And that's about as much as either he or I know and he will not have it at
his place until next week. Any details of this curious beast would be
welcome ;o))
Kim Siddorn
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J K Siddorn
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ISTR that some time ago this group managed to ID an engine as belonging to one of these pallet trucks and that there was some info in SEM.
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Nick Highfield

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