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1946 Chevrolet 'Art Deco' Stake

1946 Chevrolet 'Art Deco' in Knight Rider 2010, Movie made for TV, 1994 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

1946 Chevrolet 'Art Deco' Stake

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

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wrenchhead US

2006-02-27 20:44

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1947 Chevrolet, 1.5 ton stakebed ?

-- Last edit: 2006-02-27 21:08:17

firebird86 US

2006-03-03 23:46

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thats right http://www.carnut.com/cgi-bin/02/_image.pl?/show/02/ark/ark053.jpg

wrenchhead US

2006-03-03 23:58

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Shall we just make it "1.5 ton" as model, stakebed as extra info ?

antp BE

2006-03-04 00:15

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I think, yes. We already have few like that. Usually we use "½" rather than .5 or 1/2, since it looks nicer :)

-- Last edit: 2006-03-04 00:15:49

eLMeR FM

2014-12-30 13:31

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1941-47 Chevrolet Art Deco for sure, but why 1947 model year, as even experienced fans say it is almost impossible to identify a specific model year over another? And as stake model and with what is visible from this one (no wheelbase length nor single/dual rear wheels views), it could be a ¾-ton model, a 1-ton one or a 1½ one. It could be the 1-ton and 1½-ton stake height, but we are talking here about a 1941-47 truck shot in a 1994 movie, so the accuracy of its fitting can reasonably be questioned...

1941 Chevrolet Stake?

-- Last edit: 2014-12-30 13:33:46

eLMeR FM

2018-11-14 03:56

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eLMeR wrote [...] as even experienced fans say it is almost impossible to identify a specific model year over another? [...]

Impetuous younger me :)
Almost 4 years and some searches later, it appears that this truck has the 1946-47 bumper. Which means that it's either a medium-duty 1½-ton model (4000-Series), a heavy-duty 1½-ton one (6000S-Series) or a heavy-duty 2-ton one (6000-Series).

→ 1946 'Art Deco'

-- Last edit: 2018-11-14 03:57:25

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