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Old 28-05-04, 01:02
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Does anyone have a photo of a tandem rear weeled 30cwt. I don't know if these vehicles were used overseas or not but were used in Canada as TCVs.
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Old 04-06-04, 07:20
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is this a 30cwt?
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Old 04-06-04, 10:34
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It's either a 1939 or 1940 Canadian-sourced Chevrolet, officially a 1 1/2-tonner/30 cwt. assembled presumably by GM-Holden's. I am useless at telling the difference between the radiator grille widths, but it looks to me like a 1940.
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Old 05-06-04, 06:25
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I am not sure if my question was mis-understood or if we are just getting a picture of a DUAL wheeled vehicle. Tandem wheeled vehicles had what I guess you would describe as a rear set of boggies.
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sorry for some reason I mistook the word tandom as meaning dual rear tyres. My mistake as I do know that tandom means a 6X4 or 6 X 6 unit.
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