AEC Militant Mk 1 Truck Lapel Pin
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Wear this AEC Militant Pin with pride at any time of the year
Made with High quality metals
2 x Rear metal butterfly pin fasteners.
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The AEC Militant (or "Milly") was a post-war development by AEC of the AEC Matador artillery tractor used during World War II. Externally the most noticeable development was cab, which was considerably enlarged. Unlike the Matador only 6 wheel versions where produced although 2 axle (4 wheel) versions are extant, they are probably conversions and one is a Matador with a Mk1 Militant cab. Other changes included the fitting of a larger, 11.3-litre 6-cylinder diesel engine and the use of a steel frame for the cab, rather than the ash wood frame of the Matador. The Militant Mark 1 was produced in 6x4 (6 wheels, 4 driven) and 6x6 form (6 wheels, 6 driven).
Associated Equipment Company (AEC) was an English vehicle manufacturer that built buses, motorcoaches and trucks from 1912 until 1979. The name Associated Equipment Company was hardly ever used; instead it traded under the AEC and ACLO brands.