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History Ford Mo Co salutes the birth of the Ute, 1934

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Bill McGuire, Feb 28, 2014.

  1. BrerHair
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    Cool. Thanks Bill.
     
  2. My pleasure!



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  3. Deuce Roadster Ute (non factory)...


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  4. Big Al
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    Bill,
    That deuce is a factory ute.
    Al.


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  5. Interesting. School me!
     
  6. Kume
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    1928 Chevrolet - Australian ute
     

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  7. Jimmy B
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    Type 304 well type ute, 100% factory Ford of Australia
     
  8. Jimmy B
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  9. Would it be because it is a closed car? The '32 above is more of a roadster ute type thing?
     
  10. yes , ford promoted the the 34 as a closed car/ farm vehicle as the first utility vehicle unlike roadster ute (roadster p/u)
     
  11. That must be it. Hard to know sometimes how these PR campaigns are put together.
     

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