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1947 Chevrolet Advance-Design Loadmaster COE

1947 Chevrolet Advance-Design Loadmaster in James Dean, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

1947 Chevrolet Advance-Design Loadmaster COE

Position 00:48:11 [*] Background vehicle

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Ddey65 US

2006-08-28 23:42

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1948-53 Chevrolet 5100, 5400, or 5700.

Firebird86 US

2006-08-31 00:33

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1952 Chevrolet COE 5700 Loadmaster link

-- Last edit: 2006-08-31 00:33:46

Ddey65 US

2006-09-01 00:05

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5700? Must be the long wheelbase model then.

Firebird86 US

2006-09-01 04:11

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Ddey65 wrote 5700? Must be the long wheelbase model then.


long enough, I guess, [:2501]

Ddey65 US

2006-09-02 16:14

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Firebird86 wrote
long enough, I guess, [:2501]

Yeah. :D ;) Well here's a reminder;


5100=Short Wheelbase Cabover.
5400=Medium Wheelbase Cabover.
5700=Long Wheelbase Cabover.


eLMeR FM

2015-02-08 02:14

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As the link given by Firebird86 shows another truck (a 1953 model in fact, due to the hood side emblem), there is for now nothing here to see more than a 1947-53 cab of a Cab-Over-Engine model from the 1947-55 Advance-Design truck line. As said by Ddey65, the model name depends on the wheelbase, and this picture doesn't show us anything about it.

Some tips can yet help us to give this truck a (more or less) precise identification:
• All Advance-Design COE trucks were 5000-Series. Using both as complement is then redundant;
• 1947-48 Advance-Design heavy-duty trucks were not identified by their numbers: only the generic Loadmaster name appears on their hood side emblem. 1949+ h-d trucks became 4100 to 6700, but no longer with Loadmaster.

If totally sure of a 1952 5700 model (I want to see the evidence ;) ):
⇒ 1952 Chevrolet Advance-Design 5700 [5703]?

or (depending on what we want to highlight):
⇒ 1952 Chevrolet Advance-Design 5000-Series?
⇒ 1952 Chevrolet Advance-Design COE?

As in my eyes nothing is sure, my choice would be:
1947 Chevrolet Advance-Design Loadmaster COE

-- Last edit: 2015-02-08 03:31:33

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