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Here's a full-size '65 Chevy panel delivery truck edited into a lower profile version inspired by the popular solid panel Sedan Delivery vehicles.

A sedan delivery, commonly called a delivery in American English and a car derived van in British English, is a two-door station wagon with driver and front passenger seats or driver's only seat, and steel sheet-metal panels in place of rear side windows. Sedan deliveries have spartan interior trim and were used by businesses ranging from plumbers, couriers and local merchants such as bakeries as cargo vans are used today. ~ With the growing sales of the Volkswagen Type 2 and the introduction of compact vans, sedan deliveries faded from the scene. Chevrolet dropped the body type after 1960, while Ford moved it to the Falcon line-up until 1965.
*Source-Sedan delivery - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


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that would be a whole lot of work to section and chop a panel truck
you'd need 2 or 3 good bodies to start with

i have a 59 panel truck that i thought of doing something similar, but different to :D
basically a roofectomy and a lowered cowl
i'd still like to do it, but i think my project days are done :(
this is not my panel just a pic i found on line





the idea came to me when i saw this cut up truck posted in a forum

 

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i have a 59 panel truck that i thought of doing something similar, but different to :D
basically a roofectomy and a lowered cowl

That's cool, I always favored the 55's myself.
I could make up a "what if.." image for ya' on that concept.
Message me the details here if ya' want.. ;)
 
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