Leyland Retriever

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Leyland Retriever
The British Army in the United Kingdom 1939-45 H25833.jpg
Place of origin  United Kingdom
Production history
Manufacturer Leyland
Produced 1939-1945

The Leyland Retriever was a 6 x 4 truck produced by Leyland Motors for the British Army between 1939 to 1945. It had a 6 litre, 4 cylinder overhead camshaft petrol engine. General Montgomery used one as his caravan during WWII. This is now on display at now the Imperial War Museum Duxford.[1][2][3][4]

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