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  • "A" Paddy Wagon

    How cool....

  • #2
    Someone took a Mail Truck and turned it into a paddy wagon.

    The only 1928-31 Ford paddy wagons built were the Standard and Deluxe Police Patrols built by Murray in late '31 on the AA chassis.

    There is only one known original extant example and that is in the Elliott Museum in Stuart, Florida.



    • Beauford
      Beauford commented
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      Learn something new every day! Thanks!

  • #3
    It's for sale on Ebay right now.



    • Beauford
      Beauford commented
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      Does the girl come with it?

    • Mitch
      Mitch commented
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      No engine pans,, forget it,

    • Beauford
      Beauford commented
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      She has a pair of hams and cans....

  • #4
    I think I would have restored back as a Mail Truck, after all, the postman always rings twice!!!!
    "Bullshit and Brilliance Comes with Age and Experience"


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