Great clear photo. What truck? This DeHavilland Moth had what might be called a "colourful" history.
VH-UOK 22/07/30 to 09/05/31. The aircraft struck a down current when taking off 01/11/30 and struck a fence. The aircraft was also put in a spin 15/12/30 and crashed into mangroves north of the Barron River near Stratford Bridge QLD. Pilot and passenger injured. Registered VH-UOK 18/06/31 to 22/07/40. Failed to recover from a dive 09/10/38 and crashed. The pilot and passenger were killed. Impressed into RAAF Service 22/07/40 as RAAF Serial No. "A7-103". 3 EFTS (22/07/40), 1 EFTS (2/12/40) Crashed on landing 22/01/41 at Parafield. To spares 24/02/41.
I think you are there. Most of the photos are of American trucks. The Australian built bodies - Holdens, Richards etc - whoever made the Studebakers, may well have changed small features to fit their production methods.
********!!! Definitely a Studebaker. Just had a 15 year old wizard bring up the name on some sort of app or program that clears photos.
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