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1961 Chevrolet C-10 Apache Panel [C1405]

1961 Chevrolet C-10 Apache Panel [C1405] in Adam-12, TV Series, 1968-1975 IMDB Ep. 2.14

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

1961 Chevrolet C-10 Apache Panel [C1405]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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night cub US

2012-11-26 04:58

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[Image: adam-214-27.jpg]

Ddey65 US

2012-11-26 15:30

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My first thought; 1965 Chevrolet C-Series Panel Truck. I almost thought it was a C-30, but the thumbnail made me realize it's not as long or as heavy.

eLMeR FM

2014-10-03 02:38

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Don't the windshields look more likely to the "wraparound" 1960-1963 one, and the fender emblem to a 1961 one?
C-10 had a 115" (2.92 m) wheelbase, while the C-30 had a 133" (3.38 m) one. Not easy to see with such a picture, indeed.

1961 Chevrolet Panel Truck [C-Series]?

antp BE

2014-10-03 15:32

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Didn't we say we would name them C-Series Panel ? (though that none have that name currently)

eLMeR FM

2014-10-07 19:33

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antp wrote Didn't we say we would name them C-Series Panel ? (though that none have that name currently)

I just proposed the MY, and leaved on purpose the rest of the previous identification, because I was not sure of what was chosen after my suggestion. A few last pros and cons in the forum to be sure before a "naming convention"?

eLMeR FM

2014-10-11 00:42

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GMC C/K-Series of this generation seemed to have a round emblem in the front part of the fender (claiming "V6") and no other identifying fender emblem. So this truck is most certainly a Chevrolet panel...

-- Last edit: 2014-10-11 02:55:00

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