Commer Express Delivery Van
|Commer Express Van|
|Production||1950 to 1959|
|Body and chassis|
|Body style||Panel van.|
1390cc OHV four-cylinder
1494 cc OHV four-cylinder
The Commer Express Delivery Van was a light commercial vehicle produced by Commer during the 1950s.
It was based on the Hillman Minx saloon and evolved in parallel with that model, with designations ranging from Mark III to Mark VIIIB.
1954 Commer express Van
The 1957 model, which featured a load space of 100 cu ft (2.8 m3) with a inside 70 " and 42" high, All lockable doors and bonnet .7 gallon fuel tank.
wheel track 48" front 50" rear with 7" ground clearance. and 2114 lbs weight.
Van was powered by a 1390cc 37 hp four-cylinder Hillman engine and later a 1500cc with 52 hp OHV and was fitted with a four-speed column-change gearbox.
Production ran to 1960 when it was replaced with the new Commer "Cob van"
1959 Commer Express Delivery 1500cc Van rear