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Albion » CX3 with KP engine

Not much is known about the CX based chassis with the 6 cylinder KP engine. It was the last of the KP types to be finished, and was completed in 1952 some time after the CX range had been discontinued. The type designation is not known, but KD3 would have been an appropriate model name, as it was based on a CX3 chassis. It joined the Albion transport fleet where it also was engaged in long distance haulage as well as local work. What happened to it is not known, but it was certainly gone from Scotstoun by 1955, perhaps finishing its days at some far flung Albion depot.

CX3 with KP engine
Albion CX3 with KP engine
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