Isuzu Bellett B1966 - ...
Model: Bellett (1963 - 1973)
Wikipedia (Bellett): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isuzu_Bellett
Introduced in 1966 the Bellett B line was a simplified version with its own rear bodywork and larger luggage space, especially for commercial (mainly taxi) use. The B had a live rear axle with semi-elliptic leaf springs, which was cheaper and took up less space than the regular Bellett's independent rear suspension. The rear doors were the same as for the regular Bellett, but the section behind that was more squared in design, with rounded wheel openings and a reverse rake of the rear panel rather than the forward sloping design of the private use Bellett. Originally equipped with the 1.3 liter gasoline engine or the 1.8 diesel, a 1.5 liter engine which ran on LPG was added later in the year. This unit had 63 PS (46 kW) rather than the 72 of the regular G150. Another visual difference was the use of wide rectangular headlights rather than twin round units. A down-specced private use version called the "Bellett Special", using the 1.3 litre engine and the B's front clip, albeit with two-door sedan bodywork, was added in 1969. The Bellett B's suspension was also used for the larger Florian, which appeared in 1967.
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