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Chevrolet Series F

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Chevrolet Series F
Overview
ManufacturerChevrolet
Also called
  • F-2 Chevrolet Royal Mail Roadster
  • F-5 Chevrolet Baby Grand Touring
Production1917
Body and chassis
Classmid-size
Body style
  • F-2 2-door roadster
  • F-5 4-door touring
LayoutFR layout
Powertrain
Engine171 in3 (2.80 L), 24 hp (18 kW), I4
Dimensions
Wheelbase108 in (2,743 mm)
Chronology
PredecessorChevrolet Series H
SuccessorChevrolet Series FA

The Chevrolet Series F of 1917 was an American automobile manufactured by Chevrolet before they became a division of General Motors. The successor of the Series H, it had a longer wheelbase and other improvements, but kept the same engine. It was replaced the following year by the Series FA in 1918, which had a larger, more powerful engine.

Technical features

The F had a wheelbase of 108 inches. It had the same four-cylinder engine as the H, with a displacement of 171 cubic inches and 24 horsepower.

Engine specifications

  • Overhead-valve
  • Inline
  • Four-cylinder cast-iron block
  • Bore and stroke: 3 11/16 × 4 in
  • Displacement: 171 cid
  • Brake hp: 24 HP
  • Main bearings: three
  • Valve lifters: solid
  • Carburetor: Zenith double jet [1]

Models

The Series F preserved the model names and body styles of the Series H it replaced: the Royal Mail model F-2 roadster and the Baby Grand model F-5 open touring car.

On both models, the front fenders followed a straight line from right behind the center of the front wheels to the runningboard.[2]

References

  1. ^ Gunnell, John. Standard Catalog of Chevrolet, 1912–2003: 90 Years of History, Photos, Technical Data and Pricing. Krause Publications. p. 13. ISBN 978-1-4402-3051-6.
  2. ^ Gunnell, John. Standard Catalog of Chevrolet, 1912–2003: 90 Years of History, Photos, Technical Data and Pricing. Krause Publications. ISBN 978-1-4402-3051-6.
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