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Atkinson » Viewline

The Viewline was first shown at the 1966 Commercial Vehicle Show at Earls Court. For a brief period of 1968/9 it was listed as the standard cab on Atkinson's double-drive heavy haulage tractors, but the Mk II cab was available as an option at a cost reduction of £150. This cab had a deep single-piece main windscreen with wrap-around quarter glasses. Prototype of Viewline had concealed radiators, but the market preferred the time-served Atkinson radiator outline with the 'Big A' or 'Circle A' device centered upon it.

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  1. donald oliver smith
    2014-03-02 14:36:34

    This vehicle should have gone into full production as it was several years ahead of its time and would have saved the British heavy haulage industry! Once again, we Brits salvaged defeat out of the jaws of success!:( SHAME! An Atkinson fan!

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