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Old 02-04-2011, 01:44 AM
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55 Thames panel truck for sale in CA

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55 thames panel

Listed as a E100 English Ford. What's the history on these? No photo with the ad, and a quick image search on google didn't turn up much. Only some 30's looking panel trucks...

There was a recent thread here on a pretty nice custom '54 panel from England, but it seems like that truck was a f100. Any insight from overseas?
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It's going to look something like this.

http://i269.photobucket.com/albums/j...00E5cwt001.jpg

We had a few modified english fords running the streets of Nashville during the mid 60's, usually with a 283 sbc in them.
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Thanks for the photo. It kinda looks more like an old Dodge panel than a Ford though.
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Well it is an english ford.... A lot were used by racers and hot rodders.

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If you are interested in English Fords, check out EnFoStuff.com - A site for North American English Ford Owners.

Some info and history on the main pages, Lots of helpful experts regularly visit the forum, so if you have any questions please feel free to ask!

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Thanks James!
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Kinda cute, in a homely-only your moma thinks so, sort of way.
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Panel ?????

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Thanks for the photo. It kinda looks more like an old Dodge panel than a Ford though.

Never really cared for the square look of them.
But thats just ME
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