Specific: Introduced shortly
after WW II.
Historical: The Q4 model was based on
the commercial "Superpoise" truck chassis. Main
differences with commercial type were 10.50 - 16 tyres on
WD pattern split wheels, radiator guard and standard
Produced at the Biscot Road factory in Luton throughout WW II, chiefly for
Army and Royal Navy in GS load carrier form. Early
production had 34 x 7 tyres, dual rear. Besides the GS truck other known
variants are workshop, searchlight, breakdown and mobile recruiting
There was also a rare variant with military pattern front
More than 9200 produces under 10 wartime contracts.
Length: 6.43 m (253 inches).
Width: 2.19 m (86 inches).
Height: 3.02 m (119 inches).
Engine: Own 6-cylinder, 4.086 cm3 (250 cubic inches)
Transfer case: N/A.
Electrical system: N/A.
Tyres: 10.50 - 16.
Fuel type: Petrol.
Fuel capacity: N/A.
Additional: This model should not be
confused with the Commer Q4 (FV 13200 series) made in the