If Rex is listening can you put up a photo of the Thornycroft you bought from me. From memory that would be close. I only have a rear shot of it on my Volvo after picking it up in Corowa but this big one from memory was not as rounded as the little bloke in Paul's shot but the roof looks more rounded than the Atkinson.
Here is a shot of my Albion the top looks very similar to the Atkinson - made by the same company? Looking at them I would put money on it being the same cab. The doors had PS? or something stamped in the inner panel, Mammoth should be able to tell us what company.
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That centre section below the windscreen between the mudguards is similar to our Guy, I remember Mammoth saying a business called Motor Panels made cabs for them and Thornycroft. The panels on my truck are all metal bolted together, that Atkinson has different guards and windscreen.
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Motor Panels made cabs for a number of pommy companies - Thornycroft, and Guy being the most common, The tops and bottoms were like picknmix steel pressings. However there was a transition to glass fibre with Lang's Trusty having a steel top and a wider glass fibre bottom, Bigger still was a version stuck on the 10' wide Thornycroft Antar. The Atkinson has a homemade look about it and may be a pirate. front screens aren't as deep.
Later on Motor Panels made more modern styled composite cabs for Foden and others.
That version of Albion cab was made by Autolifts for the export market and again occasionally seen on other makes
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