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1WW Moel T Ford Ambulance Ref needed

June 1 2004 at 11:02 AM
ian sadler  (no login)
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hi all, I am searching for information about who used Model T Ford Ambulances in 1WW , also the rare fitters vehicle that accompanied the Ambulance convoys to help in repairs . Any info photos , drawings , postards , etc I am involved in helping to build 1/35 and 1/16 scale models . I know about the main Model T Ford sites in the USA and Canadian Times web page , Cheers ian

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Ross Moorhouse
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see if this helps mate...

June 1 2004, 6:53 PM 

Ford Model-T Ambulance, USAF Museum, Dayton at this link http://www.wwi-models.org/Photos/Veh/Ford-T/index.html down the bottom of the page.

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ian sadler
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June 2 2004, 6:52 AM 

hi ross , many thanks for the link a few more tiny details cleared up , will pass on the info cheers ian

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