The vehicle Jowett was most dependent on for its business was the Bradford van, a 1946 rework of a 1932 design that nevertheless found 38,000 buyers, many of them overseas. It was powered by a flat-twin horizontally opposed 1,005-cc engine, which was basically the same as the one fitted to the first prototype Jowett in 1906 with minor improvements. During production the engine was revised twice providing 25 bhp instead of the usual 19 bhp. The Bradford was also manufactured as a light lorry. as would later be described as a pickup truck.