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Austin » 301

The Austin 301 was the copy of the more common Morris Commercial LC5 with carrying capacity of 30 cwt. Both versions (the only difference was the badges) had the Austin A70 car engine - 4 cylinder 2199cc petrol engine, which was connected with a 4-speed gear box. Diesel engine was also available as an option. The Morris LC range had its origins in the pre-war LC 25/30-cwt vans and trucks. The Morris LC5, which was available only as 30-cwt truck since 1953. Joined in 1954 by an LC05 diesel version, the LC5 continued in production until 1960, when it was replaced by the entry-level versions of the all-new FG truck. The producing of Austin 301 stopped in 1957.

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