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Bedford J

Bedford J in The Lion of Africa, Movie made for TV, 1988 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: UK

Bedford J

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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mike962 DE

2020-01-24 22:16

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Big dave VA

2020-01-24 23:15

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Bedford J Series.

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-01-25 12:44

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Why do we always refer to the TJ as a J, but never refer to the TK as a K?

Sunbar UK

2020-01-25 22:16

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Earlier discussion here /vehicle.php?id=1139656

Looking for logic in model designations is fraught with problems. How a system was used changed as time passed and also marketing got involved.
Unlike Ford, GM and therefore Vauxhall-Bedford never used the model designation as part of the part number system.

T for trucks first introduced with the A type as TA (CA being the van).
TB never used in production.
TC and C - based on the current S-type (which was never TS.
TD and D - based on the TA or A type.
J and TJ were used interchangeably the range being J0 J1, J2 etc.

With the new TK full designations were changed.
TK was always TK never K (the TK was advertised prominently as was KM which was actually 'TKM' the lesser trucks being TKA, TKB, TKC etc to TKH).

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