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I have a 1940's Chevy truck which is asemi tractor trailer .
The number on the I.D. plate is: 3PW-G1773. That is the only data legible on the plate. I think it is classed as a Utility -2 Ton type truck. I have seen this type truck only in World War II photos...every other 40's Chevy truck I have seen is flat bed, pickup, tow truck, etc. I understand civilian vehicle production was restricted during the war but it looks like a civilian commercial truck. It is a fairly complete chassis but the engine is out of it. The body is straight and sheet metal is intact It just has the transmission, differential. I may have the engine laying in by my barn but haven't identified it as the truck's for sure. I would appreciate any help in identifying this truck to determine what to do with it.
posted: September 28, 2012
 
    
 
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