CFS Macro Datsun 17 Light Truck
CFS Macro Datsun 17 Light Truck. CFS Version of a WWII ground vehicle. The Datsun 17T is the light truck version of Datsun 17 sedan 1938. This model was used by Imperial Japanese Navy and Army during the Pacific Campaign on World War II. The Datsun 17T was introduced in April 1938. It replaced the Datsun 15T, no Datsun 16T model was produced. As Japan marched towards war the Japanese military shifted production away from passenger cars and towards trucks and commercial vehicles. The Datsun 17 sedan, that the 17T truck was based on, only stayed in production for a year or so after the introduction of the 17 range, but the 17T truck continued on until January 1944. The Datsun 17T was little more than a face-lifted version of the previous Datsun 15T, though not all the changes were improvemen
Show more... ts. As the state of war escalated many raw materials were becoming hard to find, including chrome. The 17T was much more austaire than the previous model, with less chrome and a more spartan interior. The design of the 17T was resurected after the end of the war. The chassis and engine of the 17T was used as the basis of the Datsun 1121 truck and the 2124 truck. In 1949 the 17T went back into production, with a different grille, as the Datsun 3135 truck, and then in 1950 an almost identical version of the 17T, including the grille, went into production as the Datsun 4146 truck. Specifications Length 3187mm Width 1190mm Height 1600mm Wheelbase 2005mm Top speed 80kph Transmission Floor change 3 speed Engine Side Valve 4 Cylinder 722cc 16hpat3600rpm. (Source. www. earlydatsun. com) I have created this api macro with Easy Object Designer (EOD), Version 2. 0. 47 (Matthias Br ckner), to generate a static Datsun 17, used by Imperial Japanese Navy and Marines on WWII. This macro was tested only in CFS1 sceneries, but I believe that can work without problems in CFS2-3 and FS2000-2002. All mine API macros, could be included on objects libraries with crash detection (for CFS missions), but must be distributed with the original API-MACRO copyright. Edmundo Abad Santiago-Chile October 2012 Show less...