Specific: Another example of a
vehicles bought from the British Forces in Germany just
after WW II.
At least 19 were used by the Zealand Engineering
Regiment. Probably disposed of between 1952 and 1955.
Historical: Developed from the Dennis Ace semi-forward control
commercial-type truck. Between 1939 - 44 Dennis of Guildford
produced approx. 1100 of these end-tippers for RASC and Army.
Dropside body was raised by Edbro hydraulic gear. They
were popularly known as the "Dennis Pig".
Other known types are cesspool emptier and signals van.
Length: 5.41 m (213 inches).
Width: 2.21 m (87 inches).
Height: 2.23 (88 inches).
Engine: Own 4-cylinder, 3.770 cm3 (230 cubic inches)
Electrical system: N/A.
Tyres: 32 x 6.
Fuel type: Petrol.
Fuel capacity: N/A.