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Totalmente! Y el radiador tan plano. Eso no se si esta original.

 

Es del 40 casi seguro, pero la verdad eran muchas las marcas en esas épocas.

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Si, para colmo la perspectiva no ayuda.

 

Ahi le mande la foto a los amigos con los que hicimos el Ford T tracción delantera, a ver que reconocen. Ellos son mas duchos en el tema, aunque suelen ser entendidos de pre guerra y este no tiene pinta de serlo.

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@Sr.Fede

Estuvo a la venta en noleilasreglas. Como usted dijo de 1937......y es un Olsmobile Oil Truck

 

 

 oldsmobile-oil-truck-1937-450405-MLA2085

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Venia a poner que era un Oldsmobile, aunque investigué bastante menos, hice zoom con Google street view...

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Venia a poner que era un Oldsmobile, aunque investigué bastante menos, hice zoom con Google street view...

 

El que sabe sabe, el resto tenemos que mirar un poco mas jeje

 

A mi me desconcerto la perspectiva y el recorte de la parrilla. Pero bueno, excusas! jeje

 

pd: igual mas que saber, hay que tener el telefono del que sabe! 

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Chevrolet, GMC Y Oldsmobiles construidos en Flint (Michigan ). Entre un GMC y Oldsmobile solo diferían las parrillas . Este llevaba un motor 224 Olsmobile para ambos y generalmente Oldsmobile se exportaba (porque GMC era mas popular en  Usa) , como se ve en la foto y la ubicacion del volante.

  Es un C series que variaba su distancia entre ejes y de allí su denominación.....

 

The C-Series truck was produced between 1936 and 1939. It was rarely available in North America and built mainly for export to Europe and Australia. This was due to the established Olds brand at the time in those places. Also, the GMC brand was starting to get a stronghold in the U.S., and GM did not want to cannibalize those sales.

Oldsmobile offered a genuine full line of trucks with a wide range of wheelbases and weights.

The sub-model designations were determined by the truck’s wheelbase: C-157= 157 inch, C-131= 131 inch , etc.

1936 models featured a 213 c.i.d. straight 6 powerplant backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. Wheelbases available were 131 inches and 157 inches. Capacities available were 1-1/2 tons or 2-1/2 tons. Bodies offered were flatbed or drop-side units.

1937 brought forth some changes which were generally carried over for the 1938 model year. Newly available was a new 3-speed transmission in the lighter sub-models, as well as an available panel body. The 131″ and 157″ wheelbase moved forward, plus 112″ and 122″ were added to the check-off sheet. The big news was a larger 230 cubic inch engine. Rated capacities were 3/4 ton, 1-ton or 2-1/2 ton.
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Un GMC                                                                                                                                                                      Chevrolet

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