Harley-Davidson Servi-Car 1942
- Fully modeled in 3ds Max 2010. Compatible from that version on.
- All objects are properly named for their easy identification.
- The .MAX version includes both the Brazil r/s materials used on the previews above and Standard materials, in case you prefer not to use Brazil r/s.
- No other plugins are used.
- All polygonal geometry. See wireframe renders.
- The model is in scale, in millimeters.
The Harley Davidson Servi car was a three-wheeled utility motorcycle manufacture by Harley Davidson from 1932 to 1973
The Servi car was designed during the Great Depression when Harley Davidson was desperate to expand its product base to increase sales. Targeted at the automotive service industry, the vehicle was designed to be towed behind a car to be delivered to a customer: when the car was delivered at its destination, the driver would unhitch the Servi car and ride back to the garage. For this reason, it was available with a tow bar at the front and a large 60Ah battery.
In 1942, the small and large boxes were replaced with a standardized intermediate size box that was manufactured for Harley Davidson by the Chas. Abresch Co. In Milwaukee, Wisconsin. A gold, red, and black water transfer decal from this company was affixed to the top inside of the box lid. This box lasted until 1966, after which it was replaced by a fibreglass box; all preceding boxes were made from steel.
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