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1941 Chevrolet Light Delivery [3104]

1941 Chevrolet Light Delivery [3104] in 2 minutos: Aeropuerto, Music Video, 2005

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

1941 Chevrolet Light Delivery [3104]

Position 00:02:43 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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Exiv96 BE

2010-09-10 21:48

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1941-1947 Chevrolet.

eLMeR FM

2015-01-17 21:34

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Main screenshot made at 02:43.

1941-47 Art Deco truck indeed.
• 1½-ton payload = Heavy-Duty model = 4104 / OR pickup (but this model existed only for 1946 and 1947 model years);
3104 = ½-ton payload = Light Delivery pickup = AK code too.
In a nutshell: 1½-ton payload and 3104 code are incompatible :)

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(02:43 // 02:45 // 02:53)

With no vertical reinforcement bar before the rear fender, this pickup is a light-duty Light Delivery one (115"/2.92 m wheelbase, ½-ton payload). It has then both the (1941-59) 3104 and the (1941 only) AK Chevrolet internal code. For now, the 2-letter option is the only one used in the IMCDb for the Art Deco trucks.

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⇒ 1941 Chevrolet Light Delivery [AK]
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Edit (some months later):
The
3104 model code appears to be better, in fact, as AK was just for the 1941 model year. Even if this truck is a 1946 3100, it also have the 3104 code...
And the 1½-ton pickup (
4104 model code) was available from 1941 onward.

-- Last edit: 2015-09-17 06:43:20

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