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1969 Chevrolet C-10 Fleetside [CS/CE10734]

1969 Chevrolet C-10 [CS/CE10734] in Das unsichtbare Visier, TV Series, 1973-1979 IMDB Ep. 5.03

Class: Cars, Pick-up — Model origin: US — Made for: ZA

1969 Chevrolet C-10 Fleetside [CS/CE10734]

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supcoach US

2020-08-13 00:43

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GM C-Series

dsl SX

2020-08-13 01:41

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Are we in ZA?? There's a Holden-ish pick-up nose across the street, which could be local-build Chevy something.

elmer MH

2020-08-13 06:40

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As US vehicle, 1967-72 model, and I suspect a 1969-72 hood. Most probably a Chevrolet, due to the thin fender badge, and with what seems to bee a front differential, although the ground clearance doesn't seem to be that high and the tires look really small, for a 4×4 K-Series.
Plus a short Fleetside bed.

→ 1969 Chevrolet K-10 Fleetside? (unless model years and name differ in ZA)
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@dsl: according to IMDb the episode title is "Der Afrikaanse Broederbond 3" (The African Brotherhood 3, in Afrikaans), but no location is given. So probably in ZA... if East-German producers from the late 1970s had enough money and political influence to send their actors there. Or maybe is it just a footage?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2020-08-13 10:48

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Probably stock footage from a documentary. Notice how pale the colours are in the genuine South African shots, compared to the already poor image quality of the series as a whole.

-- Last edit: 2020-08-13 18:34:54

supcoach US

2020-08-13 13:45

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Lack of side marker lamps would suggest a 1967 model. And in my opinion a K-Series would sit higher.

4x4peru US

2020-08-13 18:00

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Agree with supcoach on ride height. This looks 2wd. The rear trailing arms of the 2wd suspension are visible on either side of the rear differential (perhaps confusing one into thinking it is a front diff?). A K series would have leaf springs mounted above the axle. Agree with elmer about the swb thus half ton. C10 if correct for ZA?

elmer MH

2020-08-19 01:18

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supcoach wrote Lack of side marker lamps would suggest a 1967 model. [...]

We're talking about a South-African vehicle, here. The side markers were mandatory in North America, but what about South-Africa? I see here a square hood, hence the 1969+ idea.

@4x4peru: as I also said,
elmer wrote [...] although the ground clearance doesn't seem to be that high and the tires look really small, for a 4×4 K-Series [...]

I was really unsure of the 4wd, hence the question mark at the end of the identification I proposed ;)
So, the cubic thing visible on the left of the differential is the end of the trailing arm. My mistake!

As 2WD model, the model code is then CS/CE10734 (S if with a 6-cylinder engine, E if with a V8 one).

-- Last edit: 2020-08-19 01:20:37

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