1941 Tow Truck and 1932 Fire Chief Set
In 1941 Chevrolet trucks set a sales record for that time - and that does not even include the 5,600 that were made especially for the U.S. Army. Completely redesigned for 1941, this 1/2 Ton Heavy Duty Deluxe Flatbed had a new massive 2-section grille made even more prominent by the lack of a hood ornament. It also featured especially thick bumpers and the new RPO 6-cylinder engine, now increased to 90 horsepower. It is no wonder it set the pace for both civilian and military use. To commemorate the anniversary of the 5-millionth Chevrolet, The Historic Motor Museum Mint has been officially licensed to release a strictly limited, one-time-only special collectors edition of the 1941 Ajax Flatbed truck complete with its cargo of a 1932 Confederate Fire Chief Truck.
Flatbed features the folllowing: Towing hooks attached to truck bed, Baked enamel finish, Dual running boards, Official Chevrolet logos, Opening cab doors, Opening hood and Spare tyre located under truck bed
Coupe features the following: Opening hood, Opening doors, Baked enamel finish, Opening rumble seat, Dual running boards and Official Chevrolet logos