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AEC 761T
Sydney trolleybus number 4 - 19361229.jpg
AEC 761T in Sydney, Australia
Overview
ManufacturerAEC
Production1933/34
Body and chassis
Doors1
RelatedAEC Q-type

The AEC 761T was a two-axle double deck trolleybus chassis manufactured by AEC. Based on the AEC Q-type bus chassis, only five were built; a demonstrator that was later purchased by Bradford, one in Southend-on-Sea and three exported to Sydney, Australia.[1]

References

  1. ^ Lockwood, Stephen (2017). A-Z of British Trolleybuses. Marlborough: Crowood Press. ISBN 9781785002885.
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