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This is Ian Cox's 1957 Thames 300E van, an English Ford. If it were a car it
would be known as an Anglia 100E . The van has resided in south west Alberta,
Canada, since it was new. Complete, original, low mileage and running ,
although needing some body damage repairs and a good makeover.
Assistance from anyone who may be able to help source useful used parts will be gratefully received. Make contact through firstname.lastname@example.org.
This nicely restored Thames pick up belongs to Steve Harris of Parksville BC.
ThisThames pickup belongs to Les Foster.
Les's 1951 Thames steel-boxed pickup found in Powell River and now mechanically restored and on the road. Bodywork is underway and will be painted soon.
Articles by Les
Sound and Fury
Letter to Heaven
Fordson's finest hour
Chris & Denise Spenceley's 1957 Thames cargovan
And 1961 Airborne camper conversion. Chris acquired the camper about 1.5 years ago and while tracking down a parts vehicle found the cargo van in NB. The camper was on the way to the scrap yard and he couldn’t see a rare vehicle like this go the way of the crusher so he bought it for $100.00
This modified Thames 800E belongs to Hedley from Victoria, he turned it into a pick up truck using the box from a Thames E83W, it also tips by a hand operated hydraulic pump! Hedley worked at the English Ford factory and has had Thames vans for many years. This vehicle may be available soon, for details contact Ian Cox.