- Oct 15, 2015
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There can't be that many of them...IMO the most likely panel vans that fit the descriptions are Ford Falcon XA or XB models. As the fords were the only ones that came optionally with vertical rear doors
"Valiant Drifter Panel Van" Poster by Ferenghi | RedbubbleChrysler only had horizontal rear doors
"When I was 16 I wanted a Holden Sandman."and so too the Holden only had horizontal rear doors
1974 Ford XB Falcon GS Panel VanIMO the vehicle described is a Ford Falcon panel van such as the XA or XB. IMO an XC model's paint wouldn't of faded enough by 1980, but possible if an early version that was parked outside a lot.
RAC History: Little yellow vans | RAC WA IMO Ford transits are too small, and besides, came with bucket seats, not bench seats.
Pin on FordThey must've used tiny people in this advert.
Likewise Leland, Morris and Austin made panel vans with vertical rear doors, but IMO they're distinctive enough for a witness not to of used the generic description of "panel van" where as Holden Chrysler and Falcon looked much the same size and shape and would've been referred to generically.
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