Long as I can build rep-stock, I'm happy.
Separate question- the sedan deliveries would have used car or truck colors, as they were different?
I can see a fleet of those for a nice big grocery store in Boston or Worcester; I think I just gave myself an idea for a build.
Ford marketed sedan deliveries always in their commercial vehicle lineup. Most all of them were produced to the lowest trim level of their passenger car bigger brothers, but the '40 was the exception--bodywork was all from the Deluxe series of Ford, and built on the same production lines as 1940-41 Ford passenger cars, so virtally the entire color palette was available.
Having said that, the AMT '40 Ford sedan delivery is seriously inaccurate! The body shell is way too slab-sided, where the actual body is as porky and roley-poley as roley-poley gets. This was due to AMT Corporation's making the sedel body to fit the fender/running board tree as the '40 coupe and sedan, meaning that the model uses coupe/sedan rear fenders, which are markedly different in how they mate to the body shell than the sedan delivery (they look the same from the side, however).