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1950 Isuzu TX

1950 Isuzu TX in Kyojin to gangu, Movie, 1958 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: JP

1950 Isuzu TX

Position 00:04:11 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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DidierF FR

2015-08-06 20:23

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Isuzu TX, I guess. But I woudn't say more.

(Seen twice in the movie, on the same purpose and in the same kind of frame, very partial.)

Lateef NO

2015-08-06 20:47

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Yes, 1954+ Isuzu TX

eLMeR FM

2015-08-06 22:58

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This brochure, with a handwritten 1952 on the last page, shows the same front face?

Lateef NO

2015-08-06 23:11

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Sorry, I've been dozing off. It's got the 1950-53 grille - 1954+ grilles have the 4x2 layout.

-- Last edit: 2015-08-06 23:13:28

Q-Ball JP

2015-08-07 03:07

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"World Coffee Caramel" says the flag.

eLMeR FM

2015-08-07 04:47

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Thanks for the details, Lateef. Does 4x2 layout mean the 2 main headlamps in the fenders and the 2 small ones in the grille? If so, this configuration seems to have appeared in 1955 or 1956, as the 1954 brochure cover (ja) doesn't show these additional lamps.

(The linked page seems to give a whole story of the TX, although weirdly stored in a directory named porsche356a911s. Happy Japanese language readers, who apparently also have a fairly complete Wikipedia page about this truck)

-- Last edit: 2015-08-07 04:51:54

Lateef NO

2015-08-07 09:20

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No, I mean that the upper grille has got eight grille slots (4x2) starting in 1954, rather than sixteen (8x2) as seen on this example.

eLMeR FM

2015-08-07 15:06

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Thanks again for this explanation :)
Could the additional lamps, when present, be a 1955+ or 1956+ clue, or were they optional / put on some models only?

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