• No.435

Nissan Patrol Fire Engine (1978: FHN60)

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Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,825/1,850/2,100mm
Wheelbase
2,800mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,386/1,404mm
Curb weight
2,400kg
Engine
PF (6-cyl. In line, OHV) 3,956cc
Engine Max. power
96kW(130ps)/3,600rpm
Engine Max. torque
294N·m(30.0kgm)/1,600rpm
Suspension (front/rear)
Parallel leaf / Parallel leaf
Brakes (front/rear)
Drum / Drum
Tires
6.50-16-PR.LT / 7.00-16-10PR.LT

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Nissan Patrol (1972: 60)

The second generation Patrol 60 remained a long-selling product from 1960 to 1980 when the next generation Safari 160 was released. Robust design of ladder frame and leaf rigid suspension was passed down from the first generation 4W60.
2WD and 4WD could be switched by a lever. The lineup had short body (the wheelbase of 2200mm), long body (the wheelbase of 2500mm), soft top/hard top/van/station wagon. It is also adopted as fire engine (with the wheelbase of 2800mm) because of its powerful engine and mobility.
In overseas markets, the name Patrol has been passed down since the first generation that was born in 1951. This is the most long-lasting name except “Nissan/Datsun Pickup”. This car is its fire engine version that worked in a company for 37 years from 1978 to 2005.