This Sexton (Hull No. 48) was built by the Montreal Locomotive Works in 1943. Therefore this example was for sure active in the WW-II. After the war it remain in British service and ended there its active Army life in the early nineties in Portsmouth.
Recently it was completely serviced. Still on the original Canadian Dry Pin tracks the Sexton will come in nice condition with new stowage racks, floors, bins etc. Also the C4 9 cylinder radial engine is in very nice running order.
Vehicle will be delivered with tools, auxiliary generator, manuals, drivers & maintenance training and radio. Great fun to drive with lots of space for your family and friends to enjoy and ready for the next season. Absolute a potential show winner. Detailed Brochure available.