Produced from 1936-39 as a 25/35cwt truck, marketed as the Model 61, but internally known as the E88W. Power was given by the 3.6-litre flathead Ford V8 engine. From 1939 a Military version called the WOT (War Office Transport) was produced and 130,000 were produced during 1939-45.
Fordson E88W 1940 25cwt Van - badge on grille
Fordson E88W 1940 25cwt Van. The Fordson Model 61 (or E88W) was rated at 25/35 cwt and was powered by the flathead Ford 3,621cc V8 engine. This vehicle was also developed into the Fordson WOT military trucks
Fordson WOT 1943 2H. Developed for War Office Transport, The WOT was the shortest of these Fordson, with an overall length of just 4.50 metres. The 2H was the eighth iteration, each being improved. Around 60,000 WOT 2 were built, out of 130,000 WOTs
Fordson WOT 1943 2H. Developed for War Office Transport, the 2H was powered by a 3,624cc flathead V8 engine.