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Chevrolet C60 S 3 ton 4x4

Chevrolet C60 S in Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Animation Series, 2000-2018 IMDB Ep. 2.17

Class: Trucks, Tow-truck — Model origin: CA

Chevrolet C60 S 3 ton 4x4

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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pilou BE

2007-04-22 15:53

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Cab is Canadian Military pattern Ford or Chevrolet

Ddey65 US

2007-04-22 23:14

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pilou wrote Cab is Canadian Military pattern Ford or Chevrolet

I'm thinking strictly a Canadian Military Chevrolet.

pilou BE

2007-04-23 09:50

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It is hazardous to affirm that this is a Chevrolet.Canadian Military Pattern trucks were produced both by General Motors in Oshawa on Chevrolet chassis and by Ford Motor Co in Windsor on Ford chassis.Many were transformed after the war for civilian uses and I have personnaly known similar tow trucks on CMP Ford chassis in Belgium.For me it can be both Chevrolet or Ford but the cab design is unmistakably CMP.

antp BE

2007-05-03 10:31

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As it is just a drawing, if it is not a real car it does not deserve a page. "Made for movie" is for cars really "made", not just drawn.
A better solution would be to just pick one of the two makes suggested above.

-- Last edit: 2007-05-03 10:32:11

2491tj EN

2007-05-08 21:20

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layout suggests it to be a Chevrolet C60S 3ton 4x4 breakdown,fitted with Gar Wood twin swinging boom ..pretty much an accurate representation of the wartime vehicle..short wheelbase..."steel" rear body..twin booms...cab...so therefore, not "made for movie", as its a representation of an actual vehicle known to exist.

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