--In 1962 (Showa 37), the final models of Daihatsu's three-wheeled trucks, the CM (1.5 ton product) and the CO system (2 ton product), appeared.
――In appearance, the roof, which used to be a hood, is now made of steel, and the cabin is made entirely of steel.
――Since there was no limit on the overall length of tricycles, the ability to carry long loading platforms was an advantage over four-wheeled vehicles, and long vehicles were often used in industries such as lumber dealers.
――Especially, the Daihatsu CO series, which has the strongest 85 horsepower engine of tricycles, has a smaller turn than other cars, so many cars were active until later years in mountainous areas, and after the end of production in 1972, there are still many enthusiasts. It is one of the three-wheeled trucks.
--In the TLV series, the Daihatsu CO series was commercialized in 2005, the beginning of the series. In the actual vehicle, there were 3 types of 8 shaku, 10 shaku, 13 shaku and loading platform length, but the CO10T type of 10 shaku is reproduced.
――This time, a variation model has appeared for the first time in a while.
――This time, we will develop it in a light green body color that you can see in the actual car.
-Since it is a highly versatile coloring, you can enjoy it even if you combine it with TLV with various figures such as CO10T type released at the same time and GeoColle 64 # car snap sold separately.
* The photo is a prototype. It may differ from the actual product specifications.
( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )