The Fordson name appeared on British-built Ford trucks in 1933, It was in 1939 that the name Thames was first introduced and the trucks were then marketed as Fordson Thames, although they were generally referred to as Thames. During World War II Ford built large numbers of light and medium military vehicles powered by V8 gasoline engines. These included 1 1/2-ton 4x2s, 1 1/2 and 3-ton 4x4s and 3-ton 6x4s. Normal civilian production resumed in 1945 with forward-control 7V trucks in the 2 to 5-ton payload sector. 1957, the Fordson Thames name changed to Ford Thames.

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