1918 Crossley 20/25HP RFC Van

The 1918 Crossley 20/25HP RFC Van was a vehicle produced by Crossley Motors, a British manufacturer of automobiles and military vehicles. The RFC (Royal Flying Corps) was the predecessor of the Royal Air Force (RAF), and the van was likely used for military transport purposes.

The Crossley 20/25HP was a luxury car produced by the company between 1911 and 1924. It was powered by a 4.4-liter, 4-cylinder engine that produced 25 horsepower. The car was known for its high quality and reliability, and was popular among wealthy buyers.

During World War I, Crossley Motors produced a variety of vehicles for the military, including trucks, ambulances, and other transport vehicles. The RFC Van was likely one of these vehicles, modified for military use.

Today, the 1918 Crossley 20/25HP RFC Van is a rare and highly collectible vehicle, sought after by vintage car enthusiasts and military vehicle collectors alike.

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Production Start 1918
Country of origin USA