Essentially a motorized farm wagon, the Chase was conceived as a gasoline-fueled high-wheeler that could be transformed into either a truck or passenger car. Chase was the first manufacturer to build commercial grade motor trucks. By 1912 they were supplying fleet orders to many prominent corporations in the United States and shipping trucks to Canada and overseas. Of the 5,000 vehicles produced by the Chase Motor Truck Company from 1907 to 1917, less than one percent remain today.
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