In 1939 a contract for Bedford to build a 30cwt 4x2 GS Truck was given and both an early and late version was built in line with OY-D improvements and continued in service throughout WWII.
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Entering service in 1944 and mounted on the lengthened Bedford QL-T chassis these Terminal Equipment Vehicles were used by Royal Signals at both Corps and Divisional HQ level to transnit and receive communications.
This kit has been added to our catalogue following repeated requests to re-release our version of the Bedford QLD GS Truck UK140. This product is a bundle of UK140 with our QLB Conversion kit ACC033.
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This kit has been added to our catalogue following repeated requests to re-release our version of the Bedford QLD GS Truck UK140. This product is a bundle of UK140 with our QLC Conversion kit ACC034.
Our price: £30.99
The Bedford QL Truck was the most common British made 4x4 produced, with over 52,000 supplied to the British Forces between 1941 and 1945 seeing service with both the Army and the RAF in every theatre of war.
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This variant of the QLR series has the L.P. Maximum Staff Body No.1. Different patterns of QLR body evident in historical photographs are due to the different companies employed in their construction.
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Entering service in 1944, over 1000 of these airportable Bedford QLW 3ton Tipper Trucks were produced. With a 5 ton winch and 170 feet of cable they were used by REME and RAF construction units. With Tilt Cover used, they could also be used as a General Service truck.(See UK321) Broken down into ...
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The Bedford RL superseded the Bedford QL and was the main medium truck for all branches of the British Armed Forces from the mid 1950's until the late 1960's with a total of 74,000 being produced. One widely used variant by all the services was the Flatbed version which was also used for transpor...
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