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Unicell Introduces the New Aerocell SRW Van Body for Chevrolet and GMC

November 5, 2001

Responding to the demand for more space and headroom in a cargo van, Unicell Body Co. has introduced the slim, new Aerocell SRW for the Chevrolet and GMC single rear-wheel cutaway chassis. Using fiberglass technology, Unicell designers used the GM cab’s door lines, sweeping them back and upward, resulting in a unitized and aerodynamic style that is uncommon in the commercial hi-cube industry.A space-saving flip-up rear door with inside release is water-tight and dust-tight, providing a no-rattle quite ride. Features such as a low step-in height and stand-up headroom increases operator comfort and mobility. The standard model includes a built-in skylight, a polyethylene lining, a cargo control system, extra storage tray over the bulkhead, and an access door to the cab.Like all Unicell bodies, the fiberglass exterior is stronger than .040” aluminum and more puncture-resistant.The Aerocell SRW is also available for the Ford E350 van.For more information, call 800-628-8914 or go to
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