Commer Cob Van
|Commer Cob Van from 1956 to 1965|
|Body style||Light Panel van|
|Engines||1,390 cc (83 cu in) straight-4
1,265cc sidevalve engine
The Commer Cob is a 7 cwt delivery van introduced in early 1956 based on the Hillman Husky, itself a derivative of the Hillman Minx Mark VIII.
Initially powered by a Rootes' 1,265cc sidevalve engine later with a 1,390 cc (83 cu in) straight-4 and 43 hp and torque 66.4 lbs. A 7cwt load space and powerful hydraulic brakes and modern dampers for the time.
In 1958 new Cob and Husky models were introduced, based on the "Audax" Hillman Minx. by 1965 production had ended.