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    Help Identifying

     



    I swang by a shipping warehouse in order to get my car loaded and had a look around their lot, saw this and couldn't put my finger on what it is. Could anyone help me identify it?


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    It's either a '33 or '34 Ford Sedan Delivery with a different grille insert.......
    https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&....0.76R9kGbRe4s

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    1935 ford delivery .

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    Close, but it's a '36 panel truck. The '36 commercial grille looks similar to the '35 but is deeper dimensionally front to back. The panel truck has a larger rear body section than the more svelte sedan delivery, though the angle of this pic doesn't give the kind of perspective to detect that as easily. Also, the sedan delivery would have the passenger grille rather than the commercial grille.
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    Thanks fellows, I'm glad somebody knew what it was exactly, I obviously didn't.
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    The nice thing Richard is you're gracious enough to say thanks...………………….not always the case on these kind of threads.
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    At least, no one replied "it's a car".:?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firebird77clone View Post
    At least, no one replied "it's a car".:?
    ....until you did.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rspears View Post
    ....until you did.
    I couldn't tell you exactly what it is, but it is SWEET.

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