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1941 Pontiac Utility

1941 Pontiac Utility dans 20 Cars That Changed the World, Documentaire, 2002 IMDB

Catégorie : Voitures, Pick-up — Origine du modèle : US — Lieu de fabrication : AU

1941 Pontiac Utility

[*] Véhicule d'arrière-plan

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stronghold EN

2006-05-13 09:55

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Looking for the pick-up in the centre. (...next up ..you may have guessed.... is the jeep at #12)

firebird86 US

2006-05-13 10:07

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looks alot like a 1941 Hudson Pickup.....any comment? link here

-- Last edit: 2006-05-13 10:08:53

tom chaney

2006-05-13 10:11

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Definately a Hudson.

pilou BE

2006-05-13 11:03

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Agree on Hudson 1941 .The pickup here seems to be a right hand driven unit.May be Australian Army?

Terraplaniac US

2010-06-29 04:41

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Not a Hudson. Appears to be GM Australia.

lagonda DE

2010-08-10 01:58

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Since it looks like a right-hand drive it may very well've been taken in Australia ... but I somehow spontaneously thought it'd be from WWII, quite possibly an Opel Olympia, of which there were also light truck and such models available, and of which the '39 grill looked pretty similar to the one here.
Then again, one of their earliest models was extremely similar to another car (Citroen 5CV), and the Opel GT always looked like a poor man's job of a smaller cheaper Corvette...

ingo DE

2010-08-20 21:02

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No Opel Olympia for sure. It has a tatal different grille, different shape and different size.

maxp SE

2011-01-19 05:54

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1942 Dodge Utility Coupe or "ute".

-- Last edit: 2011-01-19 06:53:47

DAF555 SE

2011-01-20 17:14

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I don´t think it´s a Dodge, they used the same style from 1939 until 1948 for the ½-Ton pickups mostly known as [WC] and it bears no resemblance with the passenger cars. Plymouth also built a similar model 1939-42 and also Sedan Deliverys based on passenger cars, but they don´t look like this one either.

As mentioned above it´s most likely built in Australia, and i guess it´s based on a 1941 Pontiac. The front fenders have the same style as 1941 Pontiac and 1940-41 Oldsmobile, but the hood, grille and position of headlights resembles the Pontiac quite well.

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