FAR was a French truck firm that was associated with car maker Chenard-Walcker.
The FAR CM 75 was a 3 wheel truck that was ideal for urban deliveries as the front wheel greatly facilitated manoeuvres in tight corners. The vehicle was also equipped with an automatic release system, so the driver did not need to get down to unhitch the trailer. They were so popular that they were made for nearly 20 years between 1953-1973.
SNCF, the French firm that runs the TGV (Bullet Trains) also had a logistics and a freight forwarding division. For nearly 2 decades SNCF was the biggest user of these trucks.
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