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Old trucks 22 May 2019 20:16 #200727

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180wannabe wrote: Does the front few feet of the truck look like 1935 Bedford???


No, they have long flowing mudguards (got one out the back). After a bit of a look, could be a '36, or later one.
The wide bonnet flutes (?) remind me of Diamond T, but looks like pressed wheels.

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My wife said I never listen to her..., or something like that....
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Old trucks 04 Aug 2019 17:42 #202231

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Thanks for the Karrier response.

690402W Elizabeth St at Franklin St: Tram W5.732 and assorted vehicles and fallen flags. (Roderick Smith)/
Holden EH.
I can't guess the Fletcher Jones van: possibly Morris/Austin, but it seems to be too large.
Holden HR.
What was the typical TAA airport bus of the era?
Roderick
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