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1941 Chevrolet Light Delivery [3104]

1941 Chevrolet Light Delivery [3104] in The Karate Kid, Part II, Movie, 1986 IMDB

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

1941 Chevrolet Light Delivery [3104]

Position 00:09:22 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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wrenchhead US

2006-03-04 16:50

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1947 chevrolet ??

firebird86 US

2006-03-04 18:11

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I think you got it! :king:

wrenchhead US

2006-03-04 18:28

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Thanks, by the way, if you click on profile and then edit you can select your country flag. hint, hint :)

eLMeR MH

2014-11-14 14:24

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Main pic is 00:09:22

Not a 1947-55 Advance-Design pickup, but a 1941-47 "Art Deco" one. There were only 2 possibilities for pickups in that truck line: 115" wheelbase ½-ton payload model or 125.25" wb ¾-ton pl one.
So, depending on the model year, and if "½-ton" model, this one could be an AK (1941), BK (1942 & 1945-46) or CK (1947) truck. If a "¾-ton" pickup, then AL (1941), BL (1942 & 1945-46) or CL (1947) truck.

In addition to the longer wheelbase (which is not obvious to see sometimes), and like its successor the Advance-Design 3600 pickup, the ¾-ton xL model had a bed reinforcement bar in front of the rear fender. That bar is not present on the ½-ton pickup and on the one of this page:
[Image: kkii-000922-1941chevroletak.jpg]
(00:09:22)

So it can't be nothing else than a ½-ton pickup. But the MY is still vague, as the differences seem hard to tell.

1941 Chevrolet AK?

Or, if sure of the 1947 MY (but please, share information :) ):
⇒ 1947 Chevrolet CK?

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