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1962 Chevrolet C-10 Panel

1962 Chevrolet C-10 Panel in Earthquake, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: US

1962 Chevrolet C-10 Panel

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

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Hecubus CA

2006-11-05 07:31

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Isn't that a Chevrolet? I don't know what kind (Suburban, maybe), but I'm sure that grille says Chevrolet.

Firebird86 US

2006-11-05 09:48

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1963/66 Chevrolet, didnt Chevrolet call the utility version of the Suburban a Carryall?

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Firebird86 US

2006-11-05 19:17

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1964/66 Chevrolets are Identical, what makes this a 1965?

-- Last edit: 2006-11-06 00:11:02

Ddey65 US

2006-11-05 23:44

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Firebird86 wrote 1963/66 Chevrolets are Identical, what makes this a 1965?

The 1963's had the wraparound windshield, and the "Chevrolet" name on the bottom of the grille, not the top.

Firebird86 US

2006-11-06 00:05

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Im I losing my eyesight?? this looks like a wraparound windsheild, but the chevrolet name is above the grill??????, maybe a different year grill? http://www.carnut.com/cgi-bin/04/_image.pl?/show/04/wfo/wfo330.jpg ...maybe its just the shadows of the spotlights...I dunno :think:

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Firebird86 US

2006-11-06 00:09

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heres a pic of a 64 Carryall http://www.chooseyouritem.com/classics/files/122500/122801.html

eLMeR FM

2014-10-14 15:21

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Firebird86 wrote 1963/66 Chevrolet, didnt Chevrolet call the utility version of the Suburban a Carryall?

Suburbans were Carryalls. Or Carryall Suburbans. or Carry-all Suburbans :D
You meant panels?

This truck has a 1960-63 wraparound windshield + 1962-66 hood:
[Image: earthquake.jpg] [Image: 2228673935_39729f8451_n.jpg]
("Ours" compared to a 1964 model cab)
The grille may have been changed during it's 11 or 12 years of existence (1962 to 1974).

In any case, ambulances were most of the time based on panels. But nothing help us here to see if it is a C1405 (115" -2.92 m- wheelbase / 7.5 ft. -2.29 m- load compartment) C-10 or a C3605 (133" -3.38 m- wheelbase / 10.5 ft. -3.2 m- load compartment) C-30 panel.
And no indication tell us if it is a C-Series or a K-Series model, as panels can be with 4WD too.

1962 Chevrolet C/K-Series Panel

-- Last edit: 2014-10-14 15:25:44

no-a RU

2016-03-22 20:52

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-- Last edit: 2016-03-23 00:21:53

rjluna2 US

2016-03-22 21:30

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I bet that is the same truck later used in one of the 'Emergency!' episode: /vehicle_295788-Chevrolet-C-10-Panel-C1405-1964.html :think:

62imperial US

2016-04-01 07:30

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Second new thumbnail clearly shows the A-pillar slanted forward, so 1964 at least?

GodzillaFan54 CA

2018-12-16 05:02

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Sweet, I didn't even know they existed as ambulances!

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