The Leyland Tiger TS3 Bus (1930 to 1932)
Leyland Tiger TS3 Bus
|Manufacturer||Leyland motors limited|
|Body and chassis|
|Engine||Leyland 6-cylinder petrol|
|Transmission||4-speed sliding mesh|
The Tiger TS3 was introduced in 1930. Powered by a T type Leyland 6-cylinder 6.8 litre petrol engine, it has a wheelbase of 16ft 6in, and is designed to carry 26ft long 7ft 6in wide bodywork. Transmission is via a plate clutch and sliding mesh 4-speed gearbox to an under-slung worm driven rear axle. As with the TSI and TS2 models,
Leyland produced bodywork for the TS3 as an alternative to that built by other manufacturers.
The TS3 continued in production until the early part of 1932.