Crossley RFC Bus
|Body and chassis|
|Layout||Normal control layout|
Introduced in 1914, the Crossley RFC type chassis is of normal control layout, being designed as a war department vehicle for use as a tender or goods model. Having a wheelbase of llft 2in, it is powered by a 4-cylinder petrol engine of 30hp capacity, and has a 4-speed gearbox, cone clutch and worm drive rear axle.
Pneumatic tyres are fitted whilst the brakes are of the mechanical type,operating on the rear wheels.
After the end of World War I a number of these chassis were fitted with bus bodywork, and production of the RFC type chassis ended in 1922.