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Well, first of all welcome to FTE! Secondly, you will have to be a little more definative with your questions. Can you post any pics to let us know what era of truck you are talking about? It would be best if you posted the numbers from the VIN if possible, they are also located on top of the frame near the front axel on some trucks. It usually takes quite a bit of effort to get those numbers though.
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NumberDummy (Bill) has told members from all over that decoding the Data Plate from other countries is impossible for him, since Ford's divisions within the various countries used different numbering codes/schemes.You'd need to check local intelligence, i.e.Ford of Australia, or an expert in a club there.Good luck.
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