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Vickers-Armstrongs (Tractors)

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1950 Vickers introduced the Vickers 180 Industrial tractor, which was assembled at Newcastle with a power unit from Rolls-Royce. Sales were handled by Jack Olding and Co, in which Vickers took a financial interest; a military version was planned[1]

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  1. The Times, Jun 06, 1951