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AEC Trucks

Associated Equipment Company
Associated Equipment Company (AEC) AEC badge.png
Industry Automotive
Fate Renamed AEC Ltd. upon the set up of the holding company ACV Ltd.
Founded 1912
Defunct 1979
Headquarters Southall, Greater London, England
Parent Leyland Motor Corporation (1962-1968)
British Leyland Motor Corporation (1968-1975)
British Leyland Ltd (1975-1979)
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AEC was a British vehicle manufacturer which built buses, motorcoaches and lorries from 1912 until 1979. The acronym stood for the Associated Equipment Company, but this name was hardly ever used; instead it traded under the AEC and ACLO brands.

While famously associated with London's Routemaster buses, AEC supplied commercial vehicles to many companies both domestically and around the world.

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