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1947 GMC New Design

1947 GMC New Design in Deadly Weapon, Movie, 1989 IMDB

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

1947 GMC New Design

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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Skid US

2010-03-05 20:43

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It's a 1947-1953 GMC pickup...can't tell if it's a 3100, 3600, or 3800.

typhlosion US

2010-03-05 20:46

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gmc did not use them model numbers!

Skid US

2010-03-05 20:56

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As far as I know, Advance Design-era GMCs and Chevrolets shared model names. I can't find any information that suggests otherwise.

typhlosion US

2010-03-05 21:11

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i'm pretty sure they used 150 250 and up unless thats just a 1954 thing?

Skid US

2010-03-05 21:19

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Hmm. A quick Google of "GMC 150" reveals you may be correct.

3loader RU

2010-03-05 22:46

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eLMeR MH

2015-01-06 00:52

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Pickup from the 1947-55 New Design trucks line for sure, with a 1947-53 2-part windshield. But with no better picture, it could be identified as:
• a "short" 100 model (116"/2.95 m wheelbase, 6.5ft./1.98 m bed and ½-ton payload. FC-101 GMC code);
• a "long" 100 one (125¼"/3.18 m wheelbase, 7.5ft./2.29 m bed and ½-ton payload. FC-102 code);
• a 150 one (same wheelbase and bed as the "long" 100, but ¾-ton payload. FC-152 code);
(The longer 1-ton 250 pickup seems not to be an option with its 137"/3.48 m wheelbase)

⇒ 1947 GMC New Design (with nothing more?)

-- Last edit: 2015-01-06 00:55:47

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