what was the 1st chevy that had a flex drive shaft?

Asked by Sep 16, 2007 at 10:06 PM

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If you are talking about a driveshaft with u-joints, I would say probably 1930s. That was when Hupmobile pioneered the U-joint as we know it today. U-joints have been in use in driveshafts since 1902, however. http://www.motorera.com/history/hist10.htm

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