They looked to the surplus garage door opener keypad reset machines for their fire services and adaptation of solid, established designs proved to be a good move, as these vehicles went on to longterm service of around 30 years. Continued next month. A lightweight wrecker on a Fargo chassis, probably used for car accidents. It was built by Dodge similar to its T-202 as military sales went through Chrysler's Dodge division.
Quality replacement engine parts with proven performance, reliaWrty and durability for Vintage, Classic & Modern Trucks, Buses, Agricultural, Construction, Marine & industrial Engines For all your engine rebuild requirements. The Bedford slogan of 'you see them everywhere' was no idle boast, as Mark Gredzinski now demonstrates! One of the most popular and therefore common commercials on Britains roads was always the Bedford TK. First introduced back in I960, it looked a far more modern proposition than the split-screen Bedford S Type it replaced, and in the light-to-medium duty weight range, it ruled the roost alongside the Ford D Series. This nicely signwritten and pinstriped TK garage door opener keypad reset to A Bennett and Sons of Studley in Warwickshire.
It was photographed in the Hockley area of Birmingham back in garage door opener keypad reset 1987 using a wide-angle lens. Haulage contractor Archer has been going for more than 40 years and nowadays runs a predominantly Scania fleet. Always in a smart scarlet and cream livery, the company used to run a variety of Fodens on mainly tipper and forklift transport. In May 1988, this lone Bedford TK was in its Tamworth yard. Back in April 19881 was walking up a road in Four Oaks near Sutton Coldfield, having been to photograph some nearby Archer's Transport Fodens.