Chenard & Walcker (a firm started by two friends, Ernest Chenard, a railway engineer and Henri Walcker, a mining engineer) had already made a name in the commercial segment by making vans, first in 1941 with a model labelled CHE, followed by CHT in 1945.
Then in 1946 they came out with the model called CHV which was a complete new generation van. People could identify this van because of her small nose.
Soon after Peugeot took over the firm, the models were renamed J3 and J4. This metal model was popular known by her payload capacity i.e. 1500 kg.
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