How long were the AA trucks in production?

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bluesman
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How long were the AA trucks in production?

Post by bluesman » January 20th, 2013, 5:05 am

Model A fords ended production in 1931. Did the AA's end production then as well or did the big trucks continue into 1932 and beyond?

What were they replaced by?

If the model A pickup was the Ford ElCamino of the day, what was the AA, the F350?
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Re: How long were the AA trucks in production?

Post by spectria » January 20th, 2013, 7:07 am

bluesman wrote:Model A fords ended production in 1931. Did the AA's end production then as well or did the big trucks continue into 1932 and beyond?

What were they replaced by?

If the model A pickup was the Ford Ranchero of the day, what was the AA, the F350?
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Re: How long were the AA trucks in production?

Post by TomH » January 20th, 2013, 8:46 am

Early 32 bangers (4 cyl) were AAB's. Later in 32 they were BB's through 34 I think. I don't know what the V-8 trucks were called.
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