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What Am I for Monday 4/30/12

Posted By Jeff Lakaszcyck Sunday, April 29, 2012 1:40 PM
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Classy looking truck. Emblems removed. Photo from Mike W.

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1972 KW925 SC350 12513 240WB, restoral in progress, 1936 CAT RD4 w/LPC 4A blade restored ground up

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I believe Ford as well.

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The hand of the master has struck again. Bill has it. COLUMBIA SIX. This COLUMBIA Co.(Detroit MI - 1917 - 1924) was an automobile manufacturer. I believe this is an automobile converted for use as a Dealer Service Car. Very professional job. My information does not mention the production of any light trucks by this COLUMBIA Co.

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I'M WITH THE COLUMBIA GROUP.
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My tired ole memory bank seems to hint at the phrase " Columbia 2 speed rear" in model A & B Fords??????

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My six year old says that has to be a ford because why would anybody drive any other kind of pickup.
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Hail Columbia ! Bill White has it, this is a 1922 Columbia Six, an automobile chassis with a truck body installed. Don has pretty much explained everything I know about Columbia automobiles and then some. What I don't know is, is this the same Columbia who built the Ford 2 speed rears in the '30's ? I'm sure one of our sharp readers will know. Thanks to Mike W. for this Columbia photo from Shorpy's. The 1921 Columbia touring car below is from Bill White.

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One of the really trick aftermarket options offered for early Fords was the Columbia two-speed rear axle. One of several overdrives to appear in the late 1920s, it had great success after Ford began offering it as a factory option. Originally developed by the Columbia Axle Company in Cleveland, Ohio, the two-speed axle was first used as an option on the 1932 Auburn. Ford first offered it as a conversion for their 1934 models; it was later offered as a factory-option on the 1937-'41 V-12-powered Lincoln Zephyrs, Continentals and Custom models, and 1939-'41 Mercurys and Fords with the flathead V-8.


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