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1958 Chevrolet Task-Force Apache Stepside NAPCO

1958 Chevrolet Task-Force Apache in The Six Million Dollar Man, TV Series, 1974-1978 IMDB Ep. 01.03

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

1958 Chevrolet Task-Force Apache Stepside NAPCO

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

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Ddey65 US

2010-06-01 23:21

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1958 Apache 3100.

Jale PL

2010-06-05 14:44

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01.11 [*]
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Neptune US

2012-05-16 01:19

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It’s a four-by-four. The NAPCO "Powr-Pak" all-wheel drive conversion kit was supplied entirely by NAPCO (including the front drive axle of NAPCO’s own design) and was available from the factory in limited numbers.

NAPCO converted period Ford pickups to all-wheel drive also, but was mostly known for its work on GM pickups.

-- Last edit: 2012-05-16 01:20:34

eLMeR MH

2014-10-10 18:34

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- 1958 was the first year for the Stepside/Fleetside bed option.
- For the 1958-59 models, light-duty trucks names were 31, 32, 36 and 38 models, and no longer 3100, 3200, etc.
- NAPCO means 4WD, in "GM language", so it's certainly not really usefull to "repeat" it :)
- The factory chassis code for the 4WD pickups was 3154 for a 31 pickup with the Stepside bed option and 3184 for the Fleetside option.

If sure of the 31 pickup (114" -2.90 m- wheelbase and 78" -1.98 m- bed; 32 and 36 models have both a 123¼" -3.13 m- wb and 98"-2.49 m- bed), then:

⇒ 1958 Chevrolet Task-Force Apache 31 Stepside NAPCO [3154]
or
⇒ 1958 Chevrolet Task-Force Apache Stepside NAPCO (if unsure of the model)

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