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Hino HE

Hino HE in Lip pau hang tung, Movie, 1992 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: JP

Hino HE

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Raji DZ

2016-05-10 18:26


Since we can't see the rear axle, then it could be also an HH (tandem axle).
Algeria was a big market for them (both HE & HH):
Pesanti & Eccezionali 3/2007 nr.7 wrote
[Image: hino_he_445_pesantieccezionali_3_2007_nr7.jpg]
In 1971 Hino introduced a totally new version of its heavy tractor HE, produced
since the beginning of sixties. Projected both for internal market and for the great
exportation, it was equipped with the same cab shown in 1970 for the vehicles of
the medium range KB. Because of the larger dimensions of the engine, the cab
was mounted on a higher position, with a very particular look produced by the
short frontal overhang and by the larger width at the mudguards height (2490
mm) compared to the cab width (2140 mm at windscreen height). The HE series
was available only as tractor: in Japan and other Asiatic countries was available
with Hino engines from 235 to 415 hp (a real record for that time). It was produced
in two basic versions: HE 445 (with 270 hp EF100 V8 aspirated engine) and
HE 435 (with 235 hp ED100 six cylinders in line engine). For models with right
hand drive the code names were HE 345E and HE 335E. The HE remained in
production up to 1982: in 1980 it was renewed with a longer front overhang now
at 1270 mm and a cab completely renewed inside. The renewed HE was available
also with 260 hp EK 100 engine. From 1971 to 1982, the HE was produced,
in the various versions, in almost 12.000 units, of which near 4.000 sold in
Japan. It was also sold in different countries of Central and South America, in
Mediterranean Africa (particularly in Algeria with almost 5.000 units), in all the
Eastern Asia and in many European countries such as France, Portugal, Greece
and Ireland. This last was its best European market with 1833 units sold.

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