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Old 12-25-2005, 12:30 PM
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Ford 4D Diesel Van UK (possibly Thames Trader?)

I am looking for information and photographs of what was known as a Ford 4D Diesel Van and I believe it was also known as a Thames Trader in the UK?

Can anyone help me with my search? I have been scouring the internet and not been able to find what I am looking for.

I believe this vehicle was built somewhere between 1955 and 1960 and was run until 1966.

Its vehicle registration number was ECW345 and I live in the UK.

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Welcome Martyn. There is a lot of knowledge on the forum but you may have us stumped with this one. Let's see if anyone has any ideas for you.
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Complete edit. I found pictures of a Ford Thames 4Ds that are in bad shape. I do not know if its a diesel or not.

http://www.classic-wheels.co.uk/old_ford_thames_4d.htm

http://www.classic-wheels.co.uk/old_ford_thames_4d_cab.htm

http://www.classic-wheels.co.uk/old_ford_thames_4d_coach.htm

http://www.classic-wheels.co.uk/old_ford_thames_4d_flat.htm

http://www.classic-wheels.co.uk/old_ford_thames_4d_interior_falls_to_pieces.htm

http://www.classic-wheels.co.uk/old_ford_thames_4d_rolling_chassis.htm

I don't know if this helps, but maybe from here you can direct us toward what you need.

This one for sure is a diesel thames trader (power by ford)

http://uk.ask.com/fr?u=http%3A%2F%2F...20Truck...&mb=
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