Surely the two Sunderland Atkinsons bought in the fifties were not Alphas, but modified lorry chassis.Just think, if the BET Group management had not been so awkward, North Western might have bought a couple of hundred Atkinson Alphas instead of Royal Tigers, Tiger Cubs and Reliances of the FDB, KDB and LDB series. You would expect Atkinsons with their quality and traditional reputation and low volumes to be an ideal manufacturer for the bus industry. Eventually, they all eat each other, aided by too much direction- are rear engines or double deckers the answer to everything- so we now have over-large, wallowing buses with all the control subtlety of a dodgem. I tend to agree with Don’s comment about the lorry chassis.Watch them acting slutty, posing nude and fucking like whores in a great collection of videos which is set to provide the finest XXX.Only tall bitches avid for cock and moody to smash the inches into each of their cramped holes.Alluring women with sexy tan lines fully exposed on cam during insane sex sessions.Watch a complete collection of premium videos starring such women and delight yourself with share beauty, quality sex and insane nudity displays.It's a great place to view some of the most wanted babes online.
Watch crazy vintage porn videos and new ones as well and delight yourself with forbidden sex and hot women.Atkinson continued with the Alpha though, which was initially offered as a mediumweight model, fitted with a choice of Gardner 4, 5 or 6HLW engines, and either an Atkinson 5-speed overdrive constant-mesh or David Brown 5-speed direct top synchromesh gearbox.At the 1953 Scottish Show they displayed an Alpha fitted with Self-Changing Gears semi-automatic gearbox – quoted as being the first to be fitted to a PSV chassis (Leyland – owner of SCG – had a minority shareholding in Atkinson at the time).LUT took a batch of ten in each year from 1952 to 1955, and 528 (TTD 297) seen here at their Atherton Depot was a model PL745H with Roe B44F body, new in 1954. Prior to that, the Wilson family, Hawker Siddeley and Leyland each owned a third.Weren’t the first NWRCC examples delivered with single rear wheels, but the road holding, or lack of it, lead to the more normal twin rear wheels being subsequently fitted? A survivor from the three Atkinsons bought by Sunderland Corporation. The Atkinson shown in Chris Hebbron’s picture was earlier one of two L644LWEXL long wheelbase models with front mounted vertical 4LW engines bought by Sunderland in 1956/7.found itself unable to continue buying its favourite make of chassis (due to the manufacturer falling under state-owned BTC ownership and only able to supply to other similarly owned companies), NWRCC management, not to be outdone, sought the services of the independent truck maker Atkinson Lorries (1933) Ltd.