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Chase 1/4 ton


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Was at a local car show 2 weeks ago and saw this truck. Didn't see the owner around when I took the pictures so I couldn't get any info. Powered by a 2 cyl air cooled 2 stroke. Nice old locally built truck, first and only one I have ever seen. PT
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Mroz's truck book says Chase was formed by Aurin Chase, once VP of the Syracuse Chilled Plow Co in 1907. Original engines were two, three and four cyl 2-cycle, but doesn't mention how cooled. Models grew larger, becomiing "conventional" in 1914 (4cyl Wauk and Cont), models ranging up to 31/2T by 1917, when prod ended. Beautiful example of one of the earlier ones.
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