AEC Regent II Bus
|Production||1945 to 1947|
|Engine||7.7 litre diesel|
The AEC Regent II was a Bus first built after the 2nd world war in Britain.
The Regent II was introduced in 1945, being AEC's first postwar model.The Regent II was rather a basic model, for which no optional variations were available as Britain came out of the harsh times during world war II.
Fitted with a wheelbase of 16ft 3in, it was also fitted with an AEC 7.7 litre 6-cylinder oil engine. Transmission was by a friction clutch and 4-speed sliding mesh gearbox, with a constant mesh third gear. The brakes were of the vacuum assisted triple servo type.
It continued in production with around in total 700 built, until the end of 1947 when production ended.