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We here in the States at least know about the utes of Australia, but without having them scattered across the countryside, we’ve obviously attached no culture to them, so a few details in this Hemmings.com ad for a 1937 Ford Ute escape us. Can you Australians in the audience enlighten us: How widespread are modified utes of this vintage versus stock ones? Are there no properly restored utes of this vintage in all of Australia? Do you blokes generally treat utes the same way we Americans treat mid-1970s and 1980s El Caminos? From the seller’s description:
Only ever made in Australia. Body shows signs of age as we all do, But its possibly the only one left unmodified in the world. No freshly painted “Bog” filled panels. What you see is what you get. New rust replacement panels available on line. No motor. Hood bows or windscreen wiper bases.
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