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1940 Aveling-Barford Universal Carrier No.2 Mk.II 'Bren Gun Carrier'

1940 Aveling-Barford Universal Carrier No.2 Mk.II in The New Avengers, TV Series, 1976-1977 IMDB Ep. 1.12

Class: Others, Military armored vehicle — Model origin: UK

1940 Aveling-Barford Universal Carrier No.2 Mk.II 'Bren Gun Carrier'

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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stronghold EN

2006-01-14 16:37

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Junkman UK

2006-01-14 19:23

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Bren Carrier

antp BE

2006-01-14 19:35

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So what's the make and what is the model in that :??:

mm CH

2006-01-14 20:14

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Unknown manufacturer yet. The name is Bren gun carrier (from the Bren machine gun usually mounted) or Universal Carrier. The original design was from Vickers-Armstrong, but the Bren was manufactured by many companies. It definitely is not a T16 (redesign by Ford), because T16s have one more wheel.

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Junkman UK

2006-01-14 21:45

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Makers: Major UK automobile manufacturers, also made in great numbers in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and USA (where it was known as the T16). All Bren Carriers (they were called 'bren', even when they didn't carry a machine gun) were powered by Ford V8 'flathead' petrol engines.

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mm CH

2006-01-15 02:10

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This one seems to be a Mk. II model.

Alexander DE

2006-01-15 02:58

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The official military name is 'Universal Carrier No.2 Mk.II'.
It was based on a Carden-Lloyd design, developed by Vickers-Armstrong and produced by a number of manufacturers :
- Aveling-Barford
- Ford
- Sentinel
- Thornycroft
- Wolseley
(of which three are still missing in our list!)
It was called 'Bren' if a machine gun was mounted, 'Wasp' if it was used as a flame thrower.

Ralph DE

2006-08-06 23:30

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"Dirtier by the Dozen"
this is Episode 12 and not Ep.10

Alexander DE

2006-08-07 16:40

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I guess that some batch file changed 'Mk.II' into 'Series II'. It should stay Mk.II and directly behind No.2.

antp BE

2006-08-07 16:45

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Actually I may have changed some time ago the default mk-style, i.e. the one of the makes for which no specific style was specified.
I can add "Aveling-Barford" to the list of makes that require "mk" instead of "series", though it will still keep that mk and the end. If you want it in the middle it has to be put in extra info field.

-- Last edit: 2006-08-07 16:46:11

Alexander DE

2006-08-07 18:02

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antp wrote Actually I may have changed some time ago the default mk-style, i.e. the one of the makes for which no specific style was specified.
I can add "Aveling-Barford" to the list of makes that require "mk" instead of "series", though it will still keep that mk and the end. If you want it in the middle it has to be put in extra info field.

I'll put it back were it belongs.

This version numbering can get a bit complicated... :)

Sunbar UK

2009-11-22 17:43

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CT199801 to CT201800 Canadian Army Universal Carrier, pre-1949 registration.

'CT' prefix indicates Canadian Army vehicles. These had exactly the same numbering system as United Kingdom Army vehicles but included an extra C before the number. (Does not indicate country of manufacture but rather usage.)

sixcyl FR

2012-12-09 11:03

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Ep.1.12 Dirtier by the Dozen Commando très spécial

-- Last edit: 2012-12-09 11:07:32

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