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Ford E83W Pickups, Vans and other Goods Vehicles
The Ford E83W was a semi-forward control truck launched in 1938 using the 10hp 1172cc sidevalve engine from the Ford E093A Ford Prefect. The engine was placed over towards the nearside giving little footspace for the passenger, but enabling a shorter nose. Bodies were built by Briggs Motor Bodies of wood and metal. Martin Walter built Utilecon estate and ambulance conversions, and many other coachbuilders built pickups, luton and other bodies on the chassis. Known as the 'Fordson 10cwt' until 1952 when it was renamed 'Ford Thames 10cwt'. The full forward control Ford Thames 400E replaced the E83W in 1957.
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Fordson E88W 25cwt Van - bonnet badge
Ford E83W Ambulance by Martin Walter front
Ford E83W Ambulance by Martin Walter
Ford E83W Ambulance by Martin Walter rear
Ford E83W Ambulance by Martin Walter
Ford E83W Van front
Ford Thames E83W. Available as pickup, van or chassis, the E83W used the 1172cc side valve engine offset to allow the driver to sit almost alongside,
Ford Thames 10cwt 1953 Van front
Ford Thames E83W 10cwt Van. Although based on the Ford Ten saloon mechanics, there were many changes to facilitate the short-bonnet forward control design, including having the engine beside the driver.
Ford Thames 10cwt 1957 Van front
Ford Thames 10cwt 1957. After 1952 the E83W was named 'Ford Thames 10cwt' and no longer 'Fordson'
Ford Thames E83W 10cwt Pickup front
Ford Thames E83W 10cwt Pickup
Ford Thames E83W Van front
Ford Thames E83W. Launched in 1938, the E38W was first available as a Van and later as pickup and chassis. Even though it only had an 1172cc engine, it was rated at 10cwt. The engine was beside the driver and there was no passenger seat.
Ford Thames E83W Van rear
Ford E83W Van
Fordson E83W Pickup
Ford Thames E83W. The E83W was sometimes sold as the 'Thames E83W' and sometimes with the 'Fordson' badge. 188,000 E83W Vans, Pickups and chassis were sold from 1938 to 1957.
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Ford Thames E83W. The E83W was sometimes sold as the 'Thames E83W' and sometimes with the 'Fordson' badge.
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Ford Thames E83W 10cwt Pickup
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Ford Thames 400E
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Fordson E88W 25cwt Van. Produced from 1936-39
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