Vintage fire and military vehicles seized by bailiffs to go up for auction

If you are in the market for a unique vehicle, then an upcoming auction could be for you. A set of four distinctive and fully-functioning trucks are set to go under the hammer in Deeside. Clwyd Auction Centre has come to possess the small vintage collection last month after they were seized by private bailiffs.

They include two classic-looking fire engines - dating back to the 1950s - that are both listed as being Bedford Green Goddess Fire engines. These machines were used by the historic Auxiliary Fire Service during World War Two and then taken over by the Home Office. They were eventually decommissioned in 2004.

READ MORE: Buyer found for North Wales wedding venue which shut with lights left on and tables still set A 1953 Bedford Army Truck is also up for grabs. Military fans will know that these machines were the British military's main medium lorry from the mid-1950s until the late 1960s.

Alongside this, you could also put yourself forward for a stunning 1963 Austin FGK40 Flatbed truck. The bright red beauty is sure to impress anyone with an interest in classic cars.

A set of four distinctive and fully-functioning trucks are set to go under the hammer at Clwyd Auction Centre, in Deeside.A set of four distinctive and fully-functioning trucks are set to go under the hammer at Clwyd Auction Centre, in Deeside.

To be in with a chance of getting one of these trucks, head to their venue or dial in online when bidding starts this Monday, August 8, at 5pm. You can find out the full details on the Clwyd Auction Centre website. here https://www.clwydauctions.co.uk/.

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