The Lloyd LT-600 LWB Van 1956 is a classic, vintage van. This model was produced in the mid-1950s and is built with a very rare concept that offers a variety of great features. It features a large cab, with up to three spacious seats and a front bench. It has a novel and roomy cargo area, perfect for transporting a variety of items. It comes with an impressive, robust body design, equipped with the traditional chrome grille that these vehicles are known for. The fenders are slightly rounded to add a sense of stylishness. The interior of the van has been kept in excellent condition and still retains the classic Lloyd style of the 1950s. The Lloyd LT-600 LWB Van 1956 has been built with a completely corrosion-proof steel body frame, allowing it to be reliable even after many years of use. It has a potent 2.2-liter four-cylinder engine, with a 4-speed manual transmission. The engine is paired with an advanced four-wheel mechanical drum brakes. For extra convenience, the van can also be fitted with the optional Lloyd air conditioning and a heater for those colder months. The vehicle remains relatively easy to operate and its short wheel-base allows it to navigate tight roads and small spaces. It is a rare and classic model and an icon of the 1950s.
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