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Jw 12-03-2019 10:36 AM

41 Railroad express
 

anybody know anything about a 1941 Railroad Express Truck, found one in kinda rough shape, thanks

Bob C 12-03-2019 10:54 AM

Re: 41 Railroad express
 

Is it any of these?? http://giantclassiccars.com/ford/431...ess-truck.html


http://davidsclassiccars.com/ford/47...-van-food.html

Ian1932 12-03-2019 11:07 AM

Re: 41 Railroad express
 

Quote:

Originally Posted by Bob C (Post 1827775)

First one is cool. Wonder what the modern 110 wiring is for?

Jw 12-03-2019 02:42 PM

Re: 41 Railroad express
 

thanks for the info

G.M. 12-03-2019 04:27 PM

Re: 41 Railroad express
 

I remember when RRExpress was operational. They had
mechanics at the garage they kept the trucks service and
repair them every night. Trucks always looked good. G.M.

jimTN 12-03-2019 04:47 PM

Re: 41 Railroad express
 

There was one up in New Tazewell, TN, loaded with engines. 41s also had the wide 5 wheels, at least one I bought did with the 3/4 ton rear end.

ford35lh 12-06-2019 04:38 PM

Re: 41 Railroad express
 

2 Attachment(s)
Ford started building the "TONNER" in 1938 continuing until 1941 and
it had a model designation as "Y" with85 or 60 hp. In 1940 and 41 they
offered the "Y" along with the "3/4 TONNER" designated "D"with
the same engine options plus the 4 cyl.
The TONNER had a 6.875 bolt circle with 17" rims while the 3/4 Tonner
had the 10.25(wide five) bolt circle and 16" rims.

The Railway Express Agency had many of the Tonners that were built as
cowl and chassis then finished mainly by Highland Body Mfg. in Cinn,Ohio.

Pictured is a restored 39 REA truck


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