FARGO Model WFR51DW
The multi-purpose one box car was not a truck variant but developed specifically to meet the diversification of leisure activities and growing needs for the transportation of high-value added products.
The so-called “capsule body” consisted of curvy planes. Unlike the compact appearance, the interior was spacious since the step-up roof was higher in the rear than in the front.
The monocock body and the minimum turning radius of 4.8m made the car as maneuverable as a small passenger car.
It was exported to the U.K. and Australia and earned a high reputation.Later, 4WD and FARGO trucks were added.
|Type||Water-cooled inline 4-cylinder|
|Maximum output||66 PS (49 kW)|
|Full length||4,350 mm|
|Full width||1,690 mm|
|Overall height||1,940 mm|
|Complete vehicle curb weight||1,435 kg|
|Riding capacity||9 people|
Origin of a name
The name was "FAR and GO" put together.