Crossley Anglickou firmu Crossley zalozili roku 1867 bratri Francis a William Crossleyove. Vyrabeli pumpy a parni stroje, pozdeji take benzinove a naftove motory. Prvni osobni vuz Crossley byl vyrobem v roce 1904. Vyroba osobnich vozu byla ukoncena roku 1938, celkem bylo vyrobeno asi 19 000 vozu. Vozy Crossley patrily ke kvalitnim, byly nazyvany "anglicky Mercedes". Firma pak jeste do roku 1945 vyrabela nakladni a vojenske vozy a do roku 1958 autobusy. Although Crossley's origins date back to the 19th century when Sir William Crossley acquired world rights (excluding Germany) from Nicolas August Otto to develop his newly invented four-stroke gas engine of 1869, the company did not enter the truck market until 1932. Prior to that it specialized in engine manufacture and, from 1912, in military vehicles. In 1932 a range of forward-control diesel trucks for payloads of 3 to 7 tons was introduced. Three years later came their Atlas forward-control model, including a double-drive six-wheeler for 12 tons. Their brief presence in the civilian market was brought to an end at the outbreak of war in 1939. During World War II a 4x4 forward- control 3-ton truck, the Q type, was supplied in large numbers to the RAE No further trucks were built and the company was absorbed, along with the Maudslay Motor Company, into Associated Commercial Vehicles in 1948. ACV marketed certain AEC vehicles under the Crossley name in some export markets through to the late 1950s

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