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The petrol-engined Fordson Thames ET6 (side valve Ford V8 or 4-cylinder Cost Cutter engine) and Perkins diesel-engined ET7 were first introduced in 1947, 'ET' standing for English Truck.

From 1957 when the Fordson name was dropped and became Ford again, the Fordson Thames ET6/ET7 models became the Thames 500E/502E.

At the moment the gallery doesn't differentiate between the various types but will do so in future.

thames_et6a efo545 1_jt

thames_et6a efo545 1_jt

thames_et6a_ejl429 1_gw

thames_et6a_ejl429 1_gw

1960 Ford Thames E500 EM9433

1960 Ford Thames E500 EM9433

thames_et6a gsh953 1_re

thames_et6a gsh953 1_re

Fordson Thames KSU601

Fordson Thames KSU601

1958 Thames 4D KSU601

1958 Thames 4D KSU601

1950 Fordson Thames LLY573

1950 Fordson Thames LLY573

thames_et6a lyr111 1_gc

thames_et6a lyr111 1_gc

thames_et6a lyr111 2_ba

thames_et6a lyr111 2_ba

1951 Fordson Thames LYR119

1951 Fordson Thames LYR119

1951 Fordson Thames LYR166

1951 Fordson Thames LYR166

thames_et6a lyr400 1_mp

thames_et6a lyr400 1_mp

thames_et6a lyr400 3_gc

thames_et6a lyr400 3_gc

thames_et6a mbc942 1_pp

thames_et6a mbc942 1_pp

1954 Fordson Thames ET6 MBC942

1954 Fordson Thames ET6 MBC942

thames_et6a mkl624 1_gc

thames_et6a mkl624 1_gc

thames_et6a mkl624 2_pr

thames_et6a mkl624 2_pr

1951 Fordson Thames MLA102

1951 Fordson Thames MLA102

1955 Fordson Thames 502E MSU252

1955 Fordson Thames 502E MSU252

1951 Fordson Thames MSV487

1951 Fordson Thames MSV487