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Brush Pony

On Display

The Express Dairy Company was the first to experiment with small electrically (battery) driven milk delivery vehicles in 1932 using the Birmingham-made G.V. 5/7cwt delivery truck.

These were an immediate success and gradually the horse-drawn milk floats were taken out of service.

Brush of Loughborough, well known manufacturers of electrical equipment, started making a range of electric delivery vehicles in 1946, of which this is one of the oldest surviving.

Year1947
CountryBritish
CapacityNot applicable
CylindersNot applicable
ValvesNot applicable
OutputNot known
Maximum speed10mph/16.09kph
Price newNot known
ManufacturerBrush Electrical Engineering Co. Ltd

 

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