The Info List - Ford Fordor

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The Ford Fordor, known officially as the Ford C11ADF, Station Wagon/Heavy Utility, 4x2,[1] was a militarized station wagon used in the North African Campaign
North African Campaign
of World War II. They often had roof hatches and sometimes were roofless.

Ford C11

Body and chassis

Body style Station wagon


Engine 239 cubic inch V8

Transmission 3-speed gearbox


Wheelbase 114 inches

Length 194 inches

Width 79 inches

Height 72 inches

Curb weight 4230 pounds


^ Vanderveen, Bart (1989). Historic Military Vehicles Directory. ISBN 0900913576. 

External links[edit]

1941 Ford C11ADF, Canadian War Museum, by Andy Bass - photo gallery

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British Commonwealth fighting vehicles of World War II

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Light tanks

Mk I, Mk II, Mk III, Mk IV, Mk V Mk VI Mk VII Tetrarch Vickers 6-Ton

Cruiser tanks

Mk I Mk II Mk III Mk IV Mk V Covenanter Mk VI Crusader Mk VII Cavalier Mk VIII Centaur Mk VIII Cromwell Mk VIII Challenger Comet Ram (Canada) Sentinel (Australia)

Infantry tanks

Mk I Matilda Mk II Matilda Mk III Valentine Mk IV Churchill

Medium tank

Medium Mk II Sherman Firefly M3 Grant Grizzly I (Canada)

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Self-propelled artillery

Bishop Sexton (Canada) Deacon Archer Achilles

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Armoured personnel carriers

Universal Carrier Loyd Carrier Kangaroo (Canada) Terrapin Windsor (Canada)

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Scout cars and armoured cars

Scout cars

Daimler Dingo Dingo Scout Car (Australia) Humber Scout Car Lynx Scout Car
Lynx Scout Car
(Canada) S1 Scout Car
S1 Scout Car

Light reconnaissance cars

Humber LRC Morris LRC Otter LRC (Canada)

Armoured cars

AEC Armoured Car Coventry Armoured Car Daimler Armoured Car Fox Armoured Car
Fox Armoured Car
(Canada) Guy Armoured Car Humber Armoured Car Lanchester Armoured Car Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car
Marmon-Herrington Armoured Car
(South Africa) Morris CS9 Rhino Heavy Armoured Car
Rhino Heavy Armoured Car
(Australia) Rolls-Royce Armoured Car Rover Light Armoured Car
Rover Light Armoured Car
(Australia) Standard Beaverette Armoured Carrier Wheeled Indian Pattern (India)

Armoured trucks

Bedford OXA Armadillo Bison C15TA Armoured Truck
C15TA Armoured Truck
(Canada) Leyland Beaver-Eel

Armoured command vehicles

AEC ACV Guy Lizard
Guy Lizard

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Experimental vehicles

A20 Avenger Black Prince Centurion Excelsior TOG 1 TOG 2 Tortoise Valiant Harry Hopkins Alecto Glanville Fighter Car Morris Motors Salamander Hillman Gnat Praying Mantis Thunderbolt (Australia) AC4 (Australia) Schofield (New Zealand)

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British Commonwealth unarmoured vehicles of World War II

Artillery tractors

AEC Matador Albion FT15N Morris CDSW Morris C8
Morris C8
FAT Scammell Pioneer CMP FAT Guy Quad-Ant FAT

Trucks and lorries

CMP Truck Bedford QL Austin K2/Y Morris 15 cwt Austin K5 Bedford OYD Bedford OXD Bedford MW Morris C9 Guy Ant Leyland Retriever
Leyland Retriever
(3-ton) Leyland Lynx (30-cwt) Leyland Hippo (10-ton) Thornycroft Nubian Thornycroft Tartar


Diamond T tank transporter Mack EXBX Scammell Pioneer

Utility and cars

Car, Heavy Utility 4×2 Ford C11 Car, Light Utility ("Tilly") Car, 4-Seater 4×2

Background: British armoured fighting vehicle production during World War II, Tanks in the British Army, Cruiser tank, Infantry tank

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