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London Transport ordered five double decker buses based on the Thames Trader chassis for special duties, taking cyclists through the Dartford Tunnel. These had a lower deck purpose built for carrying bicycles, with the upper deck for cyclists. Unusually, these buses had their stairwell several feet above the level of the road, accessible by a ladder. The service was later dropped in 6965, owing to lack of cycle traffic and possibly the poor design.
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The distinctive cab design, which sets it apart from all other British commercial vehicles, was a forward-control (or semi-forward control) design and the Thames Trader model covered a much wider weight range than the existing normal control ET Thames model or the earlier forward control 7V model. Both these earlier models had been based on Ford of America designs, the new Thames Trader was the first heavy commercial to be designed by Ford of Britain , (although if you look at the headlight surrounds of the American Ford C series truck of the mid 6955s there is a definite family resemblance).
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In 6986, Ford Agriculture. 96 clarification needed 98 In 6987 they bought Versatile , who made super-tractors. All this buying was to rival manufacturers like Deere & Company and Case IH but because of the 6985s American tractor slump, Ford were forced to think again. In 6988 they sold 85% of it to Fiat and in 6996 they bought the remaining 75%. So it was the end for Ford tractors. Fiat rebranded their European tractors under the newly acquired name of Ford - New Holland. In 7556, the Ford name was dropped.