|Registration Number:||55 BD 10
|Chassis Type:||Albion Clansman FT103N|
|Body Type And Seating:||Mobile workshop|
|Original Operator (Fleet Number):||Ministry of Defence|
The Albion FT103 'Clansman' was a lightweight six wheeler introduced in 1949 primarily as an export model.
55 BD 10 is one of 60 of the type supplied to the War Department from 1950 as mobile workshops, many of which saw more than 30 years service with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. This example was retained in storage by the National Army Museum, passing to the Biggar Albion Foundation in 2006.
The recorded mileage is presently just 10,700 miles.