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  2. ERF (truck manufacturer) - Wikipedia

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    ERF was a British truck manufacturer established in 1933 by Edwin Richard Foden, from whose initials the company was named. Its factory in Middlewich closed in 2002, and it was discontinued as a marque by owner MAN in 2007. History [ edit] Preserved 1947 ERF Preserved B Series

  3. MAN ERF announces the death of ERF | Commercial Motor

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    In a move that will surprise no-one, German truck maker has announced that it is finally going to kill off its ERF brand. Ever since <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 />US engine manufacturer Cummins decided not to provide a Euro 4 engine suitable for the ERF range of trucks, MAN has been equipping ERF models with its own D20 engine.

  4. ERF was a British truck manufacturer established in 1933 by Edwin Richard Foden, from whose initials the company was named. Its factory in Middlewich closed in 2002, and it was discontinued as a marque by owner MAN in 2007. Contents History Purchase by MAN Final model range References Further reading External links History Preserved 1947 ERF

  5. Used ERF trucks | Commercial Motor

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    Used ERF trucks for sale Edwin Richard Foden, formerly of the FODEN company, produced the first ERF diesel-engine lorry in 1933. ERF’s factory in Sandbach, Cheshire, produced the chassis while cabs were bought in along with drivetrains from specialist manufacturers – a policy that continued throughout the company’s life.

  6. ERF was a British truck manufacturer. Established in 1933 by Edwin Richard Foden, its factory in Sandbach, Cheshire was closed in 2002, and finished as a brand by owner MAN AG in 2007. Contents 1 History 1.1 Purchase by MAN 2 Model Range 2.1 The First Models 2.2 The Model V 2.3 The KV range 2.4 The LV range 2.5 The A series 2.6 The B series

  7. Used ERF Trucks For Sale - Sotrex

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    Call us +44 (0) 1270 522 322! Sotrex Limited has been exporting ERF Trucks for many years, and they have been extreamly popular due to their simple construction and reliability. You will find all the ERF Trucks we have for sale below. We always have a stock of ERF 8 X 4 Tippers with Steel or Alloy Bodies.

  8. ERF Trucks UK | Used ERF Trucks for Sale - Walker Movements

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    Founded in 1933, ERF was a leading truck manufacturer for almost 70 years until it was bought out by MAN in 2000. The ERF badge continued to be used on new MAN trucks until 2007, however, and even now ERF used trucks continue to be extremely popular amongst haulage and construction firms.

  9. Category:ERF vehicles - Wikimedia Commons

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    English: ERF Limited was a British truck manufacturer, founded in 1933. It was purchased by MAN AG in 2000, and was made defunct in July 2007. Subcategories This category has the following 12 subcategories, out of 12 total. ERF vehicles by country ‎ (4 C) B ERF B-series ‎ (13 F) C ERF C-series ‎ (10 F) E ERF E-series ‎ (40 F)

  10. Heavy Haulage History: The ERF EC Series -1993 to 2000

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    Heavy Haulage History: The ERF EC Series -1993 to 2000 Mike Humble: Here we take a look at a long gone manufacturer of British trucks. Lets start with ERF and their EC series of trucks – the last commercial vehicle to be 100% designed and built by an independent UK company. Dundee based P.S Ridgeway were EC operators.

  11. ERF | hobbyDB

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    ERF was a British truck manufacturer. Established in 1933 by Dennis Foden, its factory in Sandbach, Cheshire was closed in 2002, and it was discontinued as a marque by owner MAN AG (a division of Volkswagen) in 2007. ERFs used to be marketed under the Western Star badge in some countries such as Australia.