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Chase Motor Truck Company (1907-1919) The company produced a utility wagons in the form of an automobile which could be converted for use in business and pleasure. With a few minor changes the car could also be utilized as a commercial wagon. Chase was credited as the first manufacturer to build commercial grade motor trucks. Early Chase trucks had 'big, buggy-type wheels' and could attain a speed of 25 mph (40 km/h) on a 'suitable grade.'
This 3d model was built in 3ds Max 2008 using high resolution images to help capture the likeness and detail of this antique vehicle. Built accurately to be to be shown in any type of shot.
The model mainly consist of quads and triangles.
Two sets of rear doors included one open, one closed.
Some parts of the model are set up to be smoothed, which have a designation marking of MS after the objects name. Example: paint1_roof_MS.
Middle poly count, no mesh smooth applied: 224,347
High poly count, mesh smooth applied: 390,482
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