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The utilty vehicle has great storage space and a great get away car

 

Utility vehicle

Utility vehicle

A ute

In 1932 there were half a million motor vehicles in Australia most of these were passenger cars and some were trucks Australian farmers were changing their horses and carts for cars. some farmers cut the back off a passenger sedan and fitted a table top making a useful vehicle that carried goods and people
In 1934 the ford company produced their first utility vehicle These vehicle had a comfortable cab with a useful tray behind and they were very popular. Australians call them utes as in short for utility vehicle.

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