We have not done a CC Clue for a while so here is an expert level clue for an unexpected find I came across on a recently completed road trip.
Good luck – and as always, please submit your guesses without photos, so everyone gets a chance at it!
Was going to say 1940 ford sedan delivery but the waistline looks different
1950- 52 Chevy.
’49-’50 Chevy Sedan Delivery?
Ditto Mustang Rick. ’49 or so Chevy sedan delivery. Given Saunders’s location, it might be the Pontiac version.
That would be even better!
I’m going with the crowd. Early 50’s Pontiac or Chevy sedan delivery.
49-52 Pontiac / Chevy sedan delivery.
There are no American cars with fender welting that thick, unless the welting was custom installed in the past.. I’d wager this is no American car.
I wasn’t aware of that. Perhaps a Commer….or even a Lloyd. I’m clueless now.
Wow….I hadn’t read the final answer.
This one is super tough so let me add a few extra hints.
Its none of the ones mentioned above.
In the top left corner of the photo is a factory window.
Its not from a mainstream brand.
1955 Lloyd LS 400 Kombi.
How the heck did you know?!!!
Some sedan delivery /panel van, perhaps one of those suggested above.
But did the Canadian brands of Ford and GM have their own variations, and i s it one of those?
I too immediately thought ‘GM Sedan Delivery’ ~ if there is in fact a window it might be an ambulance .
1952 Austin A40 Van? Could be related to his Austin project, which we haven’t had an update on in quite a while…
Peugeot 203 wagon?
Really, I have no idea. I was going to say Crosley, but none of the pictures I found looked right. Just throwing this out there… Studebaker?
I don’t know why it popped in my head but didn’t Packard have a shorty wagon\delivery in the late 40’s early 50’s?
The answer here – https://www.curbsideclassic.com/curbside-classics-european/curbside-classic-lloyd-ls400-kombi-on-tank-tracks/
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