1947–1948 Chevrolet 3100 Truck (EP-FP-3100) Design

1947–1948 Chevrolet 3100 Truck (EP-FP-3100) Design – Chevrolet’s first major upgrade post-World War II, the Advance-Design arrangement was charged as a greater, more grounded, and sleeker outline in examination to the prior AK Series. Most readily accessible on Saturday June 28, 1947, these trucks were sold with different minor changes throughout the years until March 25, 1955, when the Task Force Series trucks supplanted the maturing Advance-Design model. The same fundamental plan family was utilized for the greater part of its trucks including the Suburban, board trucks, shelter express and taxi overs. The taxicab overs utilized the same essential taxi arrangement and comparative grille yet utilized a shorter and taller hood and diverse bumpers. The exceptional Cab Over bumpers and hood required a custom cowl territory which makes the Cab Over Engine taxicabs and ordinary truck taxis inconsistent with each other while all truck taxis of all weights exchange. Fuel tank filler neck on traveler side of bed. No vent windows in entryways. Hood side symbols read “Chevrolet” with “Thriftmaster” or “Loadmaster” under it. Serial numbers: EP ½ ton, ER ¾ ton, and ES 1 ton. Radios were most readily accessible in Chevrolet trucks as an “in dash” alternative on the “Development Design” body style. Manual transmission shifter now mounted on section rather than floor. Serial numbers codes: FP ½ ton, FR ¾ ton, and FS 1 ton. From 1947 until 1955, Chevrolet trucks were ……

Citroën 2CV 1949 Design Interior Exterior Car

Citroën 2CV 1949 Design Interior Exterior Car – The level of innovation in the 1948 2CV was wonderful at an auto of any cost in that period, not to mention one of the least expensive autos on the planet. While hues and detail determinations were adjusted in the following 42 years, the greatest mechanical change was the expansion of front plate brakes (by then officially fitted for quite a long while in the mechanically comparative Citroën Dyane 6), in October 1981 (for the 1982 model year). The unwavering quality of the auto was improved by the moderate rearrangements of the planners, being air-cooled (with an oil cooler), it had no coolant, radiator, water pump or indoor regulator. It had no wholesaler either, only a contact breaker framework. Aside from the every water powered brake, there were no pressure driven parts on unique models as damping was by tuned mass dampers and grating dampers. The body was built of a double H-outline stage undercarriage and flying machine style tube structure, and a flimsy steel shell that was dashed to the chassis.[48][49] Because the first plan brief required a low speed auto, almost no consideration was paid to optimal design. The outcome was that the body had a drag coefficient (Cd) of a high 0.51. The suspension of the 2CV was humorously delicate; a man could without much of a stretch shake the auto side to side ……

1941 Chevrolet Pickup Truck AK-3104 Design

1941 Chevrolet Pickup Truck AK-3104 Design – The Chevrolet AK Series truck was a light obligation pickup truck sold under the Chevrolet brand, with generation starting in 1941 until 1947. It utilized the GM A stage, imparted to the Chevrolet Deluxe. The AK arrangement was likewise marked and sold at GMC areas, with the essential visual distinction being the Chevrolet had vertical bars in the grille, while the GMC had even bars. The 1941-45 GMC models were sold as C-Series and turned into the E-Series for the 1946 and 1947 model years (CC-Series/EC-Series for the ordinary taxicab models and CF-Series/EF-Series for the COE ones). The AK arrangement spoke to an appearance split from past Chevrolet items where the traveler autos and pickup trucks shared a typical appearance, as showed in the Chevrolet Master truck. The Chevrolet Deluxe was an all new appearance when it was presented in 1941, and imparted quite a bit of its mechanicals to the third era Chevrolet Suburban. The 1941 Chevrolet AK Series pickup conveyed to the General Motors light-truck lineup another feeling of quality in configuration and designing. Knowing their items may soon be moving into World War II most likely urged truckmakers to plan more grounded, more adaptable new models for the mid 1940s. One such was the 1941 Chevrolet business lineup. 1941 Chevrolet Pickup Truck (AK-3104) Design