Trak 3D Mga Modelo

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Trak 3D Mga modelo tulad ng pickup trucks SUV sports utility na mga sasakyan semitruck militar trak Ford 3d trak, GM trak 3dmodels at higit pa.

After the end of World War I, White trucks deservedly gained a reputation as durable and reliable cars. At the end of 1918, the production of 3-ton and 5-ton * trucks of TJ and TG models with cardan gears began. At the end of 1919, a new generation of trucks with a carrying capacity of 0.75 to 5 tons was created, which were already worn by digital indices. By the early 1920s, White trucks were found throughout the United States. In addition to individual owners and transport companies, the cars were popular with the authorities of large American cities, who used them in the police, fire brigade, for street watering, garbage collection and for other purposes. In 1921–1927 The range of manufactured trucks consisted of 8 main models – from 1-ton White 15 to 7.5-ton White 52.

Sa 1931, ang produksyon ng mga serye 600 na mga kotse na may kapasidad ng pag-load mula sa 1.5 hanggang 9 tonelada ay nagsimula. Ang lahat ng mga ito ay nilagyan ng six-cylinder overhead valve gasoline engine na may kapasidad mula sa 54 hanggang 108 hp. Sa 1932, ang hanay ng modelo ay pinalitan ng mabibigat na modelo na White 691. Ang trak na ito ay pangunahin nang ginagamit bilang traktor ng saddle na may isang saddle load hanggang 9 tonelada, ngunit may mga variant nito sa anyo ng three-axle chassis at kahit pagmimina dump trucks. Sa 1933, inilunsad ng kumpanya ang mga unang modelo ng bagong serye ng 700 na may isang cabin at balahibo ng isang mas bilugan na hugis. Ang isa pang bagong produkto ay ang di-pangkaraniwang para sa mga modelo ng mga naka-bond na trak na 730 at 731, na ginawa sa 1935-1937. Bilang isang yunit ng kuryente para sa kanila na ginamit ang isang 12-silindro engine, dati binuo para sa mga bus ng lungsod.

In November 1935, at the New York Auto Show, new cars of the 700th series were shown. These elements had rapid forms, which gave the trucks a stylistic similarity with the newest American cars presented at the exhibition. The subsequent series of White trucks retained this image until 1960. The new family included a large number of models – from the delivery White 700P with a lifting capacity of 0.75 tons to a 10-ton White 722A. Especially for these cars were developed six-cylinder engines ranging from 80 to 133 hp. Since 1936, production of the 800-series truckless trucks began. In 1939, the company launched the White Horse series rear axle truck delivery vans.