Price at SOLD. The old buff R.F. 60A cardboard logbook records the date of registration as the 10th of May 1950 by the Essex County Council. The DOT, Villiers powered Motortruck & Motorvan tricycles were quite popular just after the war until the late 1950's, with this wonderful nostalgic example originally being part of the Dicky Bird's 'Stop me & buy one' ice cream fleet. Dicky Bird's was based in Barking & their DOT Motortrucks went door to door selling ice cream. They covered South Essex & North London, eventually becoming part of the Lyons group about 1963. This fun machine is a real piece of history & has an original Lyons corked lined Ice Cream box for the ice cream vendor to carry & sell from in crowded areas. Comes with the old buff logbook, a current DVLA V5C registration document, is eligable for free road tax & has the advantage of being MOT exempt.