A range of commercial bodies was offered on the 18/50 and 20.9 long wheelbase chassis from 1926.
Chassis numbers were in the 70xxx range.
The total number made is not known but ambulances were supplied to at least 23 authorities including the Royal Australian Air Force. There are no known survivors.
The "Type J" ambulance.
Interior options included:
one stretcher on near side, seat on off side.
two stretchers, one above the other on near side, seat on off side.
"Easilift" 2-stretcher on near side, seat on off side.
"Easilift 4 stretcher, two on each side.
|capacity|| 18/50 - 2692cc
20.9 - 3181cc
|cylinders||6 cylinder monobloc|
|bore|| 18/50 - 69mm
20.9 - 75 mm
|stroke||inches (120 mm)|
|RAC Horse Power||20.9|
|max power||60 bhp|
|fuel consumption (typical)||
|lubrication||pressure fed to main and big end bearings and rocker gear.|
|Fuel supply||20 gallon tank at rear. Autovac fuel pump.|
|max speed (approx)||not known|
|Gears|| 4 speed
3.74:1, 2.32:1, 1.47:1, 1:1
|Clutch||single dry plate|
|Drive Shaft||open shaft with fabric universal joints.|
|Rear axle|| worm drive with worm on top
|wheelbase||11 ft 5 in (3480 mm)|
|length||15 feet 3 inches (4650 mm)|
|width overall||5 feet 6 inches (1676 mm )|
|track||4 feet 8 inches (1422 mm)|
|steering||Worm and complete wheel|
|suspension - front||Half elliptic springs. Shock absorbers fitted.|
|suspension - rear||underslung half elliptic springs. Shock absorbers fitted.|
|brakes||4 wheel brakes. Handbrake operates on separate rear shoes.|
|wheels/tyres||Wire wheels. 5.25 x 21 inch tyres.|