The Thames Trader was replaced by the D-Series forward control trucks in 1965. Models were marketed from 5-tonnes to 12.5-tonnes, but larger versions were added on three axles or in articulated form. The D-Series were revised in 1967 and weights went up to 28 tons. In 1981 the Ford Cargo replaced the D-Series and was more of a world truck than the British D-Series had been.
Ford D200 1972 Flatbed, powered by 2,995cc diesel engine - badge on door
Ford DA 1911 1973 articulated - badge on cab door
Ford D-Series 1967 Flatbed
Ford D-Series 1970 Welfare Wagon
Ford D-Series 1971 Tipper
Ford D200 1972 Flatbed, powered by 2,995cc diesel engine
Ford D0607 1972, built on a 120-inch wheelbase, with a 4.2-litre diesel engine
Ford D1000 1978 Tractor, rated at 16-tonnes and powered by 7,700cc Perkins V8 engine
Ford DA 1911 1973 articulated, powered by 6,277cc (380) diesel engine
Ford Thames Trader (600E)
Ford Cargo 1986 0811 Van. Designed by Patrick Le Quément, the Ford Cargo was available in weights from 7.5-tonnes up to 38-tonnes, with production in the United Kingdom, Turkey and in Brazil. In 1986 Ford sold the Cargo to Iveco and thereafter they were badged 'Iveco Ford Cargo'.