créée le 5 mai 2008 et dernière mise à jour le 5 mai 2008

marque

CHEVROLET

modèle

3800/3G

finitions

1 Ton Panel Truck
"Milk Bomb"

année

1 9 5 9

quantité / prix

306 237 Chevy 1959 / $2626

carrosserie

camionnette

moteur/boite

6cyl de 235,5cid - 135cv

<<BARRETT-JACKSON>> ENCHERES DE SCOTTSDALE 2008 (Arizona)
  • hôte : <<BARRETT-JACKSON>> se dit lui même "the world's greatest collector car events" met aux enchères un bon millier de voitures en une semaine à Scottsdale (Arizona) tous les ans en janvier. Puis c'est au tour de Las Vegas, Palm Beach etc etc
  • voitures américaines : c'est 95% des propositions au marteau
  • site iternet : mon compte-rendu au http://www.trombinoscar.com/musees/barrettjackson.html
  • photos : du webmestre du trombinoscar en janvier 2008

PRODUCTION 1959
  • la gamme utilitaires se compose de : 
  • EL CAMINO 1100 pickup pour $2352 en 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
  • EL CAMINO 1200 pickup pour $inconnu en V8 de 283cidcid développant 185cv, compression 8.5:1
  • SEDAN DELIVERY 1100 pour $2363 en 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
  • SEDAN DELIVERY 1200 pour $inconnu en V8 de 283cidcid développant 185cv, compression 8.5:1
  • SERIES 3100 1/2Ton et moteur 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
    • Chassis, Chassis-Cabin, Stepside ou Fleetside pickup, Panel, Suburban (5e porte ou hayon) de $1580 à $2616
  • SERIES 3200 1/2Ton, benne longue et moteur 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
    • Chassis et Chassis-Cabin, Fleetside et Stepside pickup de $1872 à $2002
  • SERIES 3400 3/4Ton roues AR jumellées Court et moteur 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
    • Chassis à $1716 et Step-Van à $3112
  • SERIES 3400 3/4Ton roues AR jumellées Long et moteur 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
    • Chassis à $1754 et Step-Van à $3197
  • SERIES 3600 3/4Ton et moteur 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
    • Chassis, Chassis-Cabin, Stepside ou Fleetside pickup, Stake de $1753 à $2223
  • SERIES 3700 3/4Ton roues AR jumellées Extra-Long et moteur 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
    • Chassis à $1786 et Step-Van à $3308
  • SERIES 3800 1Ton et moteur 6 cylindres de 235,5cid développant 135cv à 4000t/mn, compression 8.25:1
    • Chassis, Chassis-Cabin, Stepside pickup, Panel et Stake de $1899 à $2626
  • production totale d'utilitaires Chevrolet = 306 237 unités

CE QU'EN DIT LE COMMISSAIRE-PRISEUR
  • adjugé $6000
  • 195 CHEVROLET CUSTOM DAIRY TRUCK "MILK BOMB"
  • Summary = This 1959 Chevy Apache, complete with a cow-milker/dispenser, pasteurizer and even a chocolate milk ability, leaves other dairies looking "utterly" ridiculous. Sold on a Bill of Sale only. Special conditions apply.
  • Description = Apparently Jesse and his team think that the local milkman isn't fast and fresh enough. Thus, the mobile milker is born. But in order to make this Milk Bomb, Jesse and his team first had to hollow out a beat-up 1959 Chevy Apache milk truck to make room for a milking machine, a custom pasteurizer, a cow stall and, finally, a 1,400-pound dairy cow. The cow enters from the rear of the truck on a custom build steel ramp and is milked. The floor, side panels and rear entrance were all modified to accommodate the cow as it does what it does best. After being milked, the milk goes into a custom pasteurizer, cooled, and then sent to a set of taps on the outside of the truck. There is even a chocolate milk dispenser. There is no milk fresher than milk straight from the monster. (The truck, not the cow.) THE BUILDERS: Jesse James, custom-bike builder/designer, West Coast Choppers, Long Beach, CA, Mark Clarke, marketing manager, Madison, WI, Jerry Galyen, installation manager, Modesto, CA, Kyle Brodowski, supervisor, Laguna Beach, CA, Bob Norland, overhead crane technician, Long Beach, CA, Susan Schalk, business analyst/certified master mechanic, San Diego, CA, and Craig Zell, research technician, Madison, WI. VEHICLE SPECS: Height: 79"; Width: 79"; Length: 223"; Ground Clearance: 14.5"; Weight: about 9,000 pounds. RAMP MEASUREMENTS: Height: 48.5"; Width: 35"; Length: 81.5" when attached to truck; 88.5" by itself. Special Welds: Include wire welds, MIG welds, stainless steel welds, pneumatics and TIG welds. Additional Acquired or Machined Parts: Include milking equipment such as meters, pumps, tubes, gauges, vacuum for pump and valves. Moving Parts: There were a number of moving parts in this build: the milk pump, lock gates, heat exchangers, cooling system for milk pasteurization, rebuilt engine, new brake system (front leaf springs), motor pump, carburetor, radiator, suspension system and complete engine tune-up. Biggest Challenge: The team faced a number of challenges: First, they had to adapt the design so cows could be milked from the rear of the vehicle. Then, a part called a pinch (a nipple clamp for the hose) disappeared. The team also spent a lot of time, three of the five days, on the floor fabrication to ensure stability once the cow was inside, and working in a confined, unbearably hot space (from the welding) was no picnic. Finally, as always on Monster Garage, locating tools and parts in working condition proved a problem.

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