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The chassis was used as part of a holiday chalet. The top windows very much like the windows on the red vehicle.  The number shown  is marked on the chassis but is not completely clear. The vehicle was placed sometime between the WW1 and 2. Any info would be appreciated, thank you , Mo

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What is the story here, Mo? Do you have any plans for it?

If you can show a pic of the inside of the front dumb irons that would show whether it is early or late war. Another clue would be the bolt holes for the gearbox in the subframe. Four in a square pattern would be earlier than two about a foot apart one side and only 4" apart on the other.

There seems to have been a sudden spate of Thorny J's in the last few years. You are in good company here!

Steve  :)

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