1937-48 LC “Equi-Load”

Introduction

Production of the LC started in late autumn 1937. Introduced in tandem with the larger CV range, the LC had a 25 cwt payload capacity. A 15.9hp ohv engine was used.

The term “equi-load” was applied to both the LC and CV ranges and reflected a design which ensured equal distribution of load and braking stresses between front and rear axles. Production was halted during WW2.

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1937

1948
Various body styles Engine: Morris 15.9hp(RAC) 2050cc overhead valve

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