Chase runabout

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Summary Chase Motor Truck Company had its roots in the manufacture of farm implements. Company founder, Aurin M. Chase, former vice president of the Syracuse Chilled Plow Company, a company that had been in business since 1804, started production of a one-ton truck with an air-cooled, three-cylinder, two-cycle engine. Chase was backed by Paul Bellinger of the Solvay Process Company, Roy Grant of Grant's Hardware and other Syracuse business figures. That same year, Aurin Chase negotiated sale of the Syracuse Chilled Plow Company to Deere & Company. Chase had what seemed like a solid idea in the early days of automobile manufacturing, a gasoline-fueled "high wheeler" that could be transformed into either a truck or passenger car. The company motto in 1912 advertisements was "The emblem of efficiency." According to the company, "Chase trucks are not pleasure cars. They are service vehicles. That increasing numbers of leading business houses everywhere are sending in repeat orders is due to the fact that after an intimate study of motor truck efficiency they are satisfied that the Chase truck is the simplest and most efficient light delivery truck on the market to-day

Photo by Bill Schonfelder, Texas

Instructions:

Printed at 0.2mm 

Resolution with 10% Infill. Support free printing

Design Files

File Size

rear_axle.stl
10.8 KB
rub_wood_wheel_thin.stl
1.53 MB
body_coupe2.stl
470 KB
front_axle.stl
63.8 KB
wood_wheel.stl
2.28 MB
steering_wheel.stl
286 KB
Chase_engine.stl
372 KB
lamp.stl
1.46 MB
frame_R-L.stl
2.13 MB
seat_big.stl
1.81 MB
Ch13.stl
60.4 KB
fenders.stl
512 KB
rear_brakes.stl
1.13 MB
body_sed1.stl
1.16 MB

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