NOW! A NEW WORLD OF WORTH! ’62 CHEVROLET JOBMASTER TRUCKS with new High Torque power! (Oct, 1961)

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NOW! A NEW WORLD OF WORTH! ’62 CHEVROLET JOBMASTER TRUCKS with new High Torque power!

NEW FROM DIESEL DAZZLE!

Meet the trucks that are powered to work harder, built to work longer and styled to look good doing it. . . the ’62 Chevrolet Jobmaster Trucks.

There’s new power, new torque, more work, more worth … throughout Chevrolet’s ’62 line. For heavies, the mightiest Chevy truck engine yet, the new High Torque 409 V8*, has 16-1/2 per cent more torque than ever before available from Chevrolet. Brawny newcomer for middleweights is the new Chevy-GM 4-53 Diesel. Compact, rugged, high in torque, low on fuel costs, backed by years of GM Diesel experience—it’s a sure booster of truck earning power. In the light-duty lineup, joining the famed High Torque 235 Six, is the High Torque 261 Six* for new sock and savings in extra-tough applications. Nine ’62 Chevrolet truck engines in all-more worth in every weight class.

New work-styling includes forward-sloping hoods that allow drivers to see as much as 10% feet more of the road directly ahead . . . maneuvering’s easier, driving’s safer. Chevrolet’s famous Independent Front Suspension gives you the smoothest riding, easiest working trucks in the business. Loads ride easier, drivers stay fresher, trucks last longer. Middleweight models have beefier, heavier duty hypoid rear axles. Rugged new l-Beam front axles are optional* on heavyweight models. Mufflers are longer lived on all models.

Three work-proved Corvair 95′s (2 pickups and a panel) haul up to 1,900 pounds of payload with low-cost dependability and sure, rear-engine traction.

Every one of the 198 new models for ’62 is designed to make working, earning and saving easier. And it’s easy to find out how . . . see your Chevrolet dealer. . . . Chevrolet Division of General Motors, Detroit 2, Michigan.

1 comment
  1. experiment 626 says: November 1, 201211:30 am

    I would assume the tandem axle could be had in a diesel but what one? Better yet why did they not advertise it for the heavy? (my guess is diesels in the medium duty segment was new and deserved the attention?) Even better was I wonder what it was like pulling the kind of weight for a heavy duty tandem axle truck with a gasser?

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