THIS PAINTING IN ACRYLICS ON A3 SIZE WATER-COLOUR PAPER IS FOR SALE AT £500. E-MAILmike@transportartist.co.uk FOR DETAILS.

Bowater’s of Sittingbourne, Kent had a fine fleet of vehicles for the haulage of newsprint rolls and most of them were A.E.C’s like this example heading up the A2 trunk road to the capital circa 1960. The A.E.C. Mammoth Major MKIII is perhaps THE classic British lorry with a grace all its own and faultless engineering.

This painting on A3 size heavyweight watercolour paper in acrylics is for sale at £500.

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  • Hertsman
    Hertsmanover 4 years ago

    I agree Mike. The AEC Marque was THE classic – especially the Mammoth Major. The Bus chassis of the same vintage being the AEC Regent, of course.

  • Edward Denyer
    Edward Denyerover 4 years ago

    Remember these too delivering to the Daily Express in Shoe Lane just off Fleet Street, London. Great painting Mile.

  • Mike Jeffries
    Mike Jeffriesover 4 years ago

    Thanks men, go to jeffriesmike11 on flickr to see the toy I’m hoping to buy.

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