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Model TT Moving Van, circa 1923

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Included Formats
OBJ
Solidworks Assembly 2013
Other
3D Model Specifications
Product ID:654823
Published:
Geometry:NURBS
Polygons:2,275,034
Vertices:1,862
Textures:No
Materials:No
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:No
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Description
The development of the automobile in the first years of the 20th Century revolutionized public transportation. The famous Model T 'Flivver', the first automobile to be manufactured on the assembly line, sold at a price that every workingman could afford.

By the early 'teens an even bigger impact was made with the advent of trucking, quickly replacing the horse-drawn wagon for the delivery of goods. The simple and affordable Model T was a favorite chassis, and many coachbuilders began crafting a wide variety of truck bodies and styles to meet almost every requirement. In fact, the 1913 Model T was used by August Fruehauf (1868-1930) to create the first 'tractor-trailer' truck, marking the beginning of an American legend in trucking.

A 'heavy duty' chassis was soon offered, called the Model TT, with a longer 125' wheelbase and offered with a worm-drive rear-end, but with a top speed of about 28 MPH. A wide variety of bodies were offered by owners and independent coachbuilders to fit the standard TT chassis, and a 'Delivery Van' was one of the most popular.

The Model
This high resolution 2,275,034 poly CAD model was created in SolidWorks™ from research, field measurements and photographs. It is full-size (1:1) and accurately scaled, with most parts individually modeled. The modeling quality allows for extreme close-ups and rendering. It is ideally suited for hero and foreground shots within early 20th Century period sets and CG’s. There is no motor, only the “basic block” and oil pan that shows under the chassis.

All parts were UV color-mapped in SolidWorks™, and migrate to the .obj format. The SolidWorks™ model was converted to the .obj and Collada formats using SimLab Composer. Thumbnail renderings were created in KeyShot3 Pro from Luxion.

Files include appropriate graphics (.png) for Bergman's Fine Furniture and a post WWI Army Ambulance.
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