Following its defeat to the Allies, Japan was in a mood to begin all new. Automobile firms made smaller vehicles that were cheap and could go about easily with lesser maintenance costs. These vehicles were also also termed kei* (pronounced KAY) class of vehicles.
With this in mind, Mazda (pronounced Maat-SUDAA) brought out its K360 pick-up van in 1955 with several changes such as 2 separate seats provided for the passengers.
With a 356ccc air-cooled V twin engine, the K360 was very popular in Japan with over 250,000 made.
* kei - small cars, mini-trucks and vans in Japan.
|- Premium collectible|
|- Licensed product|
|- Material: ZAMAC (zinc alloy), Rubber and Plastic|
|- Moving wheels|
|- Non-opening bonnet, boot and doors|
|- On plinth (platform base) and plexiglas hard-display case.|
|Box Dimension (in inches)||5.8 x 3 x 3|