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Tama Truck EOT-47-2 : 1947

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The Tama Gasoline Truck EOT-47-2 was launched in 1947 by the Tokyo Electric Cars Co. together with a sedan. Both truck and sedan were available in electric and gasoline versions. "Tama" was the brand name used by Tokyo Electric Cars Co., which was derived from the Tachikawa Aircraft Company. Tokyo Electric Cars Co. later became Tama Cars Co., and eventually gave rise to the Prince Motor Co., Ltd.


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1947 Tama Truck (gasoline) EOT-47-2

Specifications.
Overall length / width / height: 3,200/1,350/1,710mm
Wheelbase: 2,000mm
Tread (front/rear): 1,050/1,050mm
Seating capacity: 2
Load capacity: 500kg
Engine: E8 (4-cyl. in line)
Displacement: 760cc
Tires: 5.00-16-6PR

(source: Nissan)


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