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South Australian for utility about 50 years ago: Load up the buckboard with the grog for the chop picnic.

Contributor's comments: [Adelaide informant] I agree with the definition.

Contributor's comments: A utility motor vehicle. In the 1950s in Adelaide as a child I learned the word buckboard for what later I learned to call a ute: "Can I put this in your buckboard?" When an owner replied in 1960 "I suppose it is getting old" I discovered that it was the left-over name for the horse-drawn equivalent.