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    Chevrolet rescue/towtruk 1964

    I realize that this is an old thread, but that's no Chevy or GMC. The general cab and hood shape is more like a '56 Dodge, but then again they didn't have quad headlights, let alone canted quads.
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    Mercedes-Benz Miesen Ambulance (1957) side view

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    Chevrolet Flower Car National(1951) photo side view

    I wonder if the one pictured in the ad was the only one built... :)
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    Chrysler PT Cruiser Coupe Concept Patent Drawings (2002)

    In short, the PT Cruiser developed from the Pronto. I like the Pronto coupe design better than the Pronto sedan concept that preceded it. That one lacked the "retro" styling cues that the coupe and PT's have. A more recent concept gave the PT a strange fastback roofline that I'm not...
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    Chrysler PT Cruiser Coupe Concept Patent Drawings (2002)

    ...in a two-door sedan bodystyle. Interesting.
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    Volkswagen Transporter T3 (1979)

    ...just needs a bottom view. :grin:
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    Chrysler Voyager (1992)

    I have some brochure drawings myself I was going to post one of these days, including the earlier ones.
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    ZIS 112 Coupe (1952)

    Actually, more like GM's 1951 "LeSabre" concept car.
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    ZIS 112 Coupe (1952)

    Cool. I've seen pictures of this car, but not these illustrations.
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    GMC 4500 Crew Cab with Platform Body

    Platform body for towing trailers. Brochure has two very nice dimensional drawings of rigs similar to the one in the photo.
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    Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck Camper with Chevrolet (1979)

    From an article in Mechanix Illustrated magazine (May 1979), for building a "slide-in" camper for a pick-up truck. Chevrolet depicted may or may not be accurate. :)
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    American-LaFrance Fire Truck Bodies (1970s)

    Scanned from American Volunteer Fire Trucks by Donald F. Wood & Wayne Sorensen
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    ZIS 101 (1936)

    At this point it appears I have found more drawings for the ZIS cars than Packards. :-D I think the chassis are nearly identical...just dimensions may vary by a few mm either way. There are hearse and ambulance brochures (Henney body,Packard chassis) from this period that may be of some help...
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    ZIS 101 (1936)

    From what I've gathered through reading and observation of photos, there really isn't much other than a strong resemblance between the ZIS-110s and Packards. Although the mechanicals bear a strong Packard resemblance, no parts will interchange. The Packard Club has discussed this at some...