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The 1941 Chevrolet Pickup Truck featured in this article is a beautifully restored classic vehicle. The  year 1941 of course was significant to automobile and truck production because of the World War Two. 1942 models that were introduced had a short production run therefore the 1941 models were really the last prior to the U.S. Total Chevrolet Pick-Up Truck production for the 1941 model year was 65,500 units, Because of the U.S.
An interesting side note is that the federal government did allow Chevy to build a limited number of light trucks in both 1944 and 1945 for essential state side uses. The half-ton 1941 Chevrolet Pickup shown here represents one of the more popular selling truck models in 1941.
The 1941 Chevy Half-Ton came with a valve-in-head in-line six cylinder 216.5 cubic inch engine delivering 90 horsepower.

It was reported earlier this year that a 1941 Chevy Half Ton Pickup formerly owned by actor Steve McQueen sold at auction for a bit over $66,000. Although there were some similarities to the passenger car design the trucks were in no way designed as clones.
Although Chevrolet built a wide array of trucks in 1941, both light duty and heavy duty, the light truck category were the truck selling leaders.
These included Windsor Blue, Boatswain Blue, Export Blue, Mariner Blue, Apple Green, Brewster Green, Channel Green, Forester Green, Fathom Green, Seacrest Green, Hollywood Tan, Airedale Brown, Circassian Brown, Medium Cream and Sun Beige, Armour Yellow, Omaha Orange, Bordeaux Maroon and Cape Maroon. As far as present day values, they obviously can vary quite a lot depending on degree of restoration and the economy but a finely restored 1941 Chevy Half-Ton could fetch a price in the high thirty thousands.
It’s often been said that the 1941 Chevy trucks were built stronger on purpose with the prospect of war in the air. One result was that there was more space in the truck’s cab and for the driver, more leg room.

The cab seats themselves were upgraded to provide more comfort to both driver and passenger. When post war truck production resumed, the models offered were very similar to the pre war models.
Big changes didn’t occur until mis 1947 when Chevy came out with their Advanced Design models.

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