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AM General » M35

Until 1989 the standardized 2.5-ton M35 series (6x6) was produced in A2 variant with the 6-cylinder 140-horsepower Continental LD-465-1C engine and 5-speed gearbox. The engines were multifuel and could run on a diesel fuel, airplane fuel, kerosene, heating oil or gasoline. Maximum speed of the trucks was up to 90 km/h. The series included: chassis M44A2 and M45A2, trucks M34A2, M35A2 and M36A2 with a long base, tanks M49A2 and M50A2, van M109A3, tractor M275A2, dump truck M342A2, works shop truck M185A3 and various special vehicles. Driver's cabs were closed type or with soft top. Future evolution of M35 series was M600 series. And in 1993, the AM General Motor Company began production of updated version M35A3 with a new motor.

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