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American Body Company Step Van

American Body Company Step Van in Mr. Ice Cream Man, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: US

American Body Company Step Van

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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stronghold EN

2007-07-30 00:35

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-- Last edit: 2007-07-30 00:38:27

Alexander DE

2007-07-30 01:28

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Comes close to this 1954 Chevrolet Step Van:
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big dave VA

2007-07-30 02:13

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What a grille!

Neptune US

2007-07-30 15:42

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Agree with Chevrolet Step Van.

Neptune US

2007-07-31 05:48

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Kind of reminds me of this little evil Ice Cream van:
Link to van :D

rmeneses US

2013-09-06 00:03

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This is an old Weber's Bread truck, all fiberglass on a Chevrolet P-30 Chassis, they were mainly only on the west coast as the builder (american bodyworks) was based out of Lynwood California. It is related to the older on that Alexander posted. Looks are deceiving as this body style was made well into 1967...

luisrk MX

2014-02-06 03:17

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I have one. :) is one of my future projects.

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eLMeR PW

2016-02-11 06:28

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No Step-Van before 1958. This van is more likely a 1948-55 Dubl-Duti (which was in fact sold as Forward Control chassis with a specific body made by an external coachbuilder).

Jale PL

2017-04-08 15:37

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American Body Company Step Van --> /vehicle.php?id=131584

This one has different grill, but exactly same body. Probably older (pre 1955) version.

rmeneses US

2017-06-16 03:04

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Elmer, I have a brochure for the Chassis this truck was built on, Chevrolet sold (up until they sold their incomplete chassis division) a step van at least since 1957, yes it was made by Utilimaster,
but it was sold/marketed as a Chevrolet/GMC through Chevy GMC dealers.

eLMeR PW

2017-06-21 00:27

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@ rmeneses:
No Step-Van as model name doesn't mean no step van as vehicle type ;)
The model name appeared in 1958 only in Chevrolet's truck line, but the (1948-57?) Dubl-Duti was indeed a step van.

-- Last edit: 2017-06-21 00:34:16

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