Leyland Lion LT3 Bus
|Manufacturer||Leyland motors limited|
|Production||1931 to 1933|
|Transmission||4-speed sliding mesh|
The Leyland Lion LT3 was a bus from the 1930s in Britain built as a single-decker bus and coach.
Introduced in 1931, the Lion LT3 is a forward control model built to carry single-deck bodywork. Having a wheelbase of 17ft 6in, it is powered by a Leyland 4-cylinder petrol engine of 28.9 hp, whilst its transmission is via a 4-speed sliding mesh gearbox and single plate clutch to an underslung worm rear axle.
The brakes which on all wheels are vacuum servo assisted and the LT3 continued until 1933.
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