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Thats the way to work on a Wot 6 engine, with the cab off. Get at the distributor no problem. That lifting beam is a work of art.

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Nice pictures there, could any more be posted please. Very interested :thanx:

 

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Hi GTB MAN, I would be interested in any WOT8 and WOT6 pictures please. Thank you.

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Wow, these are absulutely superb Tony, thanks!!! Looking forward for more when you get the scanner working.

First picture shows the WOT8, one of the 868 going to Russia. Notice that grill modified for cold weather. Second and third picture would be from WOT6, nicely shows the AA hatch and the rear lights setup with socket. Not sure what the trucks in the port are? Looks like Austins or Bedfords to me, quessing from the petrol tank shapes.

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3 hours ago, GTB MAN said:

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The first picture looks like a 7V on right and a WOT 1 or a WOT 3(have the same cabs).

The second picture looks like Bedford OY's

The third picture looks like WOA 2's.

Peter.

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The one hanging in mid air is indeed a Bedford OY- 4 x 2 GS from contract V5004 census number range L-4876340 to 4886339. The vehicle to the right is also a Bedfordfored OY - from the same contract - so not Ford's then - nice photos any more please

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Great photos, are there any more of the engine and gearbox In the chassis?

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Fabulous! Never seen or heard of the ladder project, very interesting.

Also like the factory pictures. Would there be a better detail of the spare wheel holder of WOT8 please?

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Thanks for the pictures Tony.  Is that a kind of 25pdr portee on the first one? Could you please take a shaper shot of that one. Cheers.

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Wow what a set up! Quite a load at the back. considering the 25pdr weights over 1600kg.

 

 

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Great pics! Any with a Fordson WOT 1 (double rear axle) tanker/fuel bowser?

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