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Caledon

Scottland.
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The Caledon was a Scottish commercial vehicle manufacturer who started production in 1919. Before WWI, the company offered trucks under the name of Scottish Commercial Cars Ltd. and produced under 200 vehicles a year. In 1926 the factory was bought by Richard Garett but truck production was ceased the next year.

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Caledon emblem. (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

 
 
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