The Armstrong-Siddeley company was formed in 1919 through a merger of the military-industrial company Armstrong Whitworth Development Company with the car manufacturer Siddeley-Deasy. Its main products were prestigious cars, and in the military field, it left a memory with a creation of small series and prototypes rather unusual cars, as well as it was involved in the production of aircraft engines. Armstrong-Siddeley has made its last car in 1960, and the business of manufacturing aircraft engines has been merged with Bristol Aero Engines.
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I want to buy Ashok Leyland Alrd-20
The Coles crane in pic 24 is of great interest,I drove one of these Mk.4s in Germany back in 1970-71,it was nt in this colour scheme though!.Is this crane still around?.rnAlan
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