I really don't know, some people I've asked say Pommy, light truck style (wide mounted mirrors, small rear window, apparently single cab), but no confirmation.
It might be the 'truck' that my late father owned in late 40's early 50s, but not sure.
If it is that 'truck' then all that my mother (now 92) can say about it was that it was already quite old when they got married in '47.
I have a vague recollection that dad might have said that it was a Morris Commercial that he had, but I'm not sure of that.
Much as I hate to agree with Swishy, I think he could be right. I don't think it is British, I would go for American and I certainly think Dodge Brothers is a strong possibility. They used a number of logo variations on their cars and although the one on the radiator in the photo is not clear, it could be this one.........
Hey, I still have hair - no longer curly, and now very white, but hair nonetheless
Thanx for the ideas guys.
I know that dad drove International in training before going to New Guinea during WW2. He definitely drove Marmon-Herrington & Blitz, and then after the war he drove various stuff, including a stint with Ansett's on the Melb-Sydney run in the 50s; and with Peter's Ice-cream doing deliveries, but mostly with SECV in Heavy Transport section. But he did have his own truck for a few years after leaving the army. And then up popped this pic with me in it, and I thought - What is it?