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1949 Chevrolet Advance-Design 3100 [3104]

1949 Chevrolet Advance-Design 3100 [3104] in Dirty Mary Crazy Larry, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US

1949 Chevrolet Advance-Design 3100 [3104]

Position 00:02:02 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Ddey65 US

2006-04-04 19:19

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Old Chevrolet from the late-1940's or early-1950's.

TheDriver CH

2006-04-04 20:31

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maybe a 3100 semi-ton.

firebird86 US

2006-04-04 23:12

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1947/53

TheDriver CH

2006-04-05 18:28

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Rating: 3 stars

70mstang US

2007-04-09 10:15

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i don't get that bumper sticker

robdog US

2008-06-21 14:02

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From what I understand,the bumper sticker relates to the big lay-offs from the Boeing company,during the early seventies.
Many people lost thier jobs during that time.
The quote was made famous by a banner,(or graffiti)hanging onto an interstate overpass leaving the city.(to the best of my knowledge)

Skid US

2010-11-04 09:03

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Revision: No older than a 1949, since the gas cap is mounted on the cab rather than a filler neck on the side of the bed.

cycolac fan EN

2014-10-01 01:18

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rob dog is correct:

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On April 16, 1971, real-estate agents Bob McDonald and Jim Youngren put the words, "Will the last person leaving SEATTLE -- Turn out the lights" on a billboard at S 167th Street and Pacific Highway S near Sea-Tac International Airport. The two realtors, who work for Henry Broderick, Inc., put up the billboard as a humorous response to pessimism generated by the national aerospace industry's nosedive, known locally as the Boeing Bust.

eLMeR ST

2015-03-23 02:42

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Advance-Design pickup.
It seems to be a ½-ton 3100, as it doesn't seem to have the 1947-53 2nd vertical reinforcement bar in front of the rear fender used by the longer ¾-ton 3600. So if a 3100 pickup, it has the 3104 Chevrolet internal code.

-- Last edit: 2015-03-23 02:43:35

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