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Kurogane Model 1

Kurogane Model 1

Description

1941 Kurogane Model 1 "Fire Trike" A 3 wheel firetruck (fire truck)

The Kurogane "Model 1" tricycle displayed at Motorworld museum was found in Malaysia in a very bad condition. The Kurogane tricycle's engine, as on many other machines of the time, is a V-twin 1100 ccm engine turned across the frame for better cooling. The gearbox is assembled in a separate block, making it easier to access and replace engine parts when needed. The engine for water pump is the first-series Nissan engine.


See below for Harry Kraemer's collection of 3 wheel fire truck pictures on Flickr. You can scroll through the pictures in this window or click on the image to open up a slide show in Flickr. If available, descriptions are found with the image in Flickr.

3 Wheel Fire Trucks


Website owner, Harry Kraemer has a 1980s Heald Hauler that he is converting into a firetruck. See link below for more information on this vehicle.

Click here for info on Harry's 3 wheel firetruck

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Kurogane Model 1

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