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Dennis F8
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No: 10587   Contributor: Mark Loudon   Year: 2007   Manufacturer: Dennis   Country: United Kingdom
Dennis F8

A very 'dead' Dennis F8 believed to be the only F8 run by the City of Hereford NVJ 272? the engine is seized and its fit only for some spares
Picture added on 02 September 2008
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Pictures like this are always interesting even though they are a little sad. More please Rick!

Added by Chris Wood on 03 September 2008.
This is in yorkshire as i recall?
recently salvaged a TL that was in the same yard albeit inside a barn RSA 193

Added by Jason on 04 September 2008.
I would love to acquire the front wheel rims off this old girl for my Dennis KSA363 which is now in Malta. Can anyone help?



Added by George Said on 28 December 2008.
get to Ireland Mcburney's yard have these rotting away he may have some dress guards for this type left

Added by Jason Lester on 31 December 2008.
It was actually NVJ 372, you were remarkably close, and it was indeed Herefordshire's sole example.

Added by Ian Moore on 31 December 2008.
The wheels you mentioned from the McBurney scrapyard are the same type as George already has on his engine as I have seen a picture of KSA363. These wheels were fitted as original spec to the F8 engines sent to Northern Ireland, they were given the additional title of "The Ulster" as they were narrower and shorter than the mainland UK machines. This was to enable them to negotiate the narrow Ulster lanes.

Added by Ian on 26 September 2009.
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