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1941 Ford Super De Luxe Station Wagon

1941 Ford Super De Luxe Station Wagon in The War of the Worlds, Movie, 1953 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: US

1941 Ford Super De Luxe Station Wagon

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Comments about this vehicle


fintail CA

2006-10-09 18:34


That wood style certainly looks like a ca. 1940 Ford Super DeLuxe wagon to me, but it's really hard to tell more specifics - ie: it could be up to 1948.

-- Last edit: 2006-10-09 18:35:32

Brizio IT

2007-01-06 10:38


Willys Wagon???

4x4peru US

2007-01-06 12:52


The Willys Wagon was "All Steel" making it unique at the time. This appears to be a real woody wagon.

nzcarnerd NZ

2007-02-28 00:39


Fairly certain it is a Ford - prewar I think.

shan US

2009-12-02 01:14


The station wagon shown here is a 1942 or later Ford or Mercury, up to 1948 because the running board trim as seen in the lower left portion of the photo; 1942 was the first year this trim was installed on war-era Ford wagons, but was an approved accessory option for 1935-1939, but looked much differemt than that shown here. There was no such trim available for 1940-41. Also, the split rear window on Ford/Mercury wagons of this era began in 1940, whereas the 1939 and earlier wagons had an undivided, one-piece rear window. 1940 Ford Cars including Station Wagons came in two versions; Deluxe and Standard. \"Super Deluxe\" was not a line-name used by Ford until 1941.

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