The Ford Thames 800 Van 1959 is a classic workhorse from the late 1950s. It features a sturdy box like construction with a steeply angled grille and distinctive round headlights. The iconic Ford logo is prominently featured on the front grille. This utilitarian vehicle is simply designed to haul goods from one place to another as cheaply and efficiently as possible. The van itself features a 153 cubic inch overhead valve gasoline engine that provides up to 70 HP, and 4 speed manual transmission. The suspension is made up of solid leaf springs in the rear and long travel horizontal hydraulic dampers in the front. Its overall length is 193 inches, and its interior cargo length is 104 inches. From the outside, the van has a classic look and feel that is characterized by its bulky lines and simple design cues. Its exterior is mainly metal with two-inch raised windows on the side panels, and the doors have a handy tuck-in feature that makes it easy to throw cargo into the back of the van. Whats more, the roof is low-profile and slopes back gently which makes it easier to load large items into the back such as tall furniture or camping supplies. The interior of the Ford Thames 800 is simple and functional it doesnt have any extra frills that you might find in other vehicles of the era. The bench seat provides seating for two passengers, whilst the rest of the space is dedicated to cargo. Despite its dated look, the van does have some modern features such as easy-to-reach dash-mounted controls for lighting and ventilation. This classic vehicle is a reliable and hardworking vehicle that can handle any haul you throw at it. So, if you have a need for a reliable vehicle thats suitable for work and play, you might want to consider a Ford Thames 800 Van 1959.
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