|Scammell Pioneer R100|
|Type||Tractor, Heavy Artillery|
|Weight||18760 pounds (8.4 tons)|
|Length||20 feet 7 inches|
|Width||8 feet 6 inches|
|Height||9 feet 9 inches|
|Crew||1 + 9|
The Scammell Pioneer R100 was a British vehicle that was used in the Second World War. The basic vehicle was used as an artillery tractor for heavier pieces such as the 7.2 inch howitzer. This had an 8-ton winch and an overhead runway with a 10-cwt hoist. Developments from the basic vehicle included the Scammell Semi-trailer and the Scammell Pioneer SV/2S Heavy Breakdown tractor.
768 units were produced from 1937.
A large number of these are in preservation and appear at Vintage commercial & military vehicle shows.
- Lincolnshire Steam and Vintage Rally 2008 - seen at
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References / sourcesEdit
- Bart Vanderveen (1989). Historic Military Vehicles Directory.
- REME Museum of Technology, Scammell Pioneer Tank Transporter, retrieved 14 Dec 14.
- REME Museum of Technology, Tractor Heavy Breakdown 6 x 4 Scammell Pioneer Model SV1S, retrieved 14 Dec 14.
- REME Museum of Technology, Tractor Heavy Breakdown 6 x 4 Scammell Pioneer Model SV2S, retrieved 14 Dec 14.
- Vanderveen, Bart, Historic Military Vehicles Directory, Battle of Britain Prints International, 1989.
- Ware, Pat, A complete dictionary of military vehicles, Anness Publishing Ltd, Leicestershire, 2012.
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