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Old 05-05-2013, 05:06 PM
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It first loohed like a 34 willis or a 34 international, but by the belt line with the extra ribs running down side I think it is a 34 Dodge if I remember correct I think they were called thames wagons could be wrong,
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It first loohed like a 34 willis or a 34 international, but by the belt line with the extra ribs running down side I think it is a 34 Dodge if I remember correct I think they were called thames wagons could be wrong,
I thought a Thames was the S/D version of a Anglia.
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I think Angiia /English Ford did have a Thames also ,the Dodge had a humpback and a flat roof shorter wheelbase I thought was a Thanes ,,,to long ago memory too short ?
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is it for sale ?
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I am going to try and get the delivery out of the weeds next week. Hope to find some info on it then.
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Old 05-08-2013, 08:59 AM
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Almost nothing is not repairable.So given that thought,go slow in getting it out by digging down under it.Don't just try to yank it out.Even if the frame is shot,you could build one for it and think of this as a long term project.As rare as it is,it's worth the effort.

Too bad you couldn't get your hands on a front loader with long forks on it.Dig two slots under it for the forks and dig around it to lift it up.Then load it on the trailer.
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Sedan delivery

Definitely looks like a 34 MOPAR product going by body swage lines, front scuttle panel between front doors and hood. Also the side panels behind engine side curtains look MOPAR and identical to a friends 34 Dodge. Not the rarer hump back sedan delivery but a low production vehilce and worth saving.
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Definitely looks like a 34 MOPAR product going by body swage lines, front scuttle panel between front doors and hood. Also the side panels behind engine side curtains look MOPAR and identical to a friends 34 Dodge. Not the rarer hump back sedan delivery but a low production vehilce and worth saving.
My choice would be the flat roof,i think it looks better and would be less top heavy.IMO..
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A story untold.Any updates???.
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