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Bedford were manufacturers of commercial vehicles from 1931 to 1992.
Bedford Vehicles, usually shortened to just Bedford, was a subsidiary of Vauxhall Motors, itself the British subsidiary of General Motors (GM).
The Luton-built 30cwt Chevrolet U types sold well and in 1930 branded them as Chevrolet Bedford
1931 Launched the W type as a Bedford model
See Bedford: Buses
See Bedford: Cars
See Bedford: Lorries
See Bedford: Vans