David Ashby has contacted us to tell us about his father, Arthur Ashby's Dennis driving experience. Back in the sixties in Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk, his father used to drive an Esso Petrol Tanker, Dennis Condor for Anglian Petroleum based at Ipswich at the time. I attach a picture of me in the Dennis as a young lad taken in around 1967 outside our house. The Dennis Condor was Reg SAN 173 and worked for Anglian Petroleum Ltd (Authorised distributor for Esso) from around 1957 to 1971. My Dad, Arthur Ashby used to serve mainly farms around East Anglia with Tractor Fuel. Apparently Anglian Petroleum had a fleet of Dennis Condor's at one time, and a close work colleague Ray Cross drove SAN 174. I have fond memories of the Dennis as a child, Dad would take me and my sister out on his deliveries in the school holidays, and I always got to sit on the engine in the cab, no seatbelts in those days. Sometimes when Dad was on a farm delivery he would be outside connecting and coupling up the connectors of the heavy hose pipes and call out for one of us to push the button that would start the engine, thus pumping the fuel out and into the customers storage tanks. He delivered to many farms around Great Barton, Long Melford, Clare, Lavenham and one particular place that processed chicory for coffee. I remember it used to smell wonderful. Dad's Dennis I remember had large orange indicator lights next to the cab doors, whereas I think later models had them higher and near the quarter light window. David would love to see more pictures if anyone has any of the Dennis fleet used by Anglian Petroleum. Please get in touch if you can help.