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    1941 chevrolet extended cab pickup is it factory built

     



    I just bought this truck in Washington state .Previous owner says it was built by chevrolet for army he said it was 1 of 5 built and the other 4 were destroyed making it one of 1 do you guys know how i can confirm this the body tag is missing i cant find a vin # on the truck but has vin on title i cant figure out how to add pictures

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    this site's image uploader can be tricky but [IMG] code works if you have the photos online.

    Without the pictures, I'll say unlikely. Military did use Suburbans and panel vans, not really pickup trucks all that much ( larger trucks yes of course ) But any people moving would be done in a larger truck in the back or a Suburban
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonka View Post
    i cant figure out how to add pictures
    If you'd like, flip me the pic (s) and I'll get'em up for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 34_40 View Post
    If you'd like, flip me the pic (s) and I'll get'em up for you.

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    Or review this old "sticky", and give it a shot - Posting Multiple Images (Pictures) In A Thread
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    GM used to make special trucks for the railroad. I'm not sure about that far back. I have a list of serial # starting numbers if they would help.for 41
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