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.


Engine model 4FC1
Type Water-cooled inline 4-cylinder
Displacement 1,995 cc
Maximum output 66 PS (49 kW)
Fuel Diesel fuel
Full length 4,350 mm
Full width 1,690 mm
Overall height 1,940 mm
Wheelbase 2,350 mm
Complete vehicle curb weight 1,435 kg
Riding capacity 9 people

Origin of a name

The name was "FAR and GO" put together.


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