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Saehan BL064

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Manufacturer  Saehan Motors Company
Related  Isuzu Journey M
Class  Micro Bus
Production  August, 1977 – September, 1981
Assembly  Busanjin, Busan, South Korea,
Layout  Front-engine, rear-wheel-drive

Saehan (SMC) BL064 is a licensed built Isuzu Journey M series.



Saehan Motors reintroduced this micro bus series after a brief absence since taking over from GM Korea. It continues to have the capacity of 25 passengers. However, this bus series received larger Isuzu based 4BA1 engine series from its predecessor. Production of this Micro Bus series ceased to be made after the government enacted “Automobile Industry Rationalization Policy.” Only 945 units were made during its production run.

Paint Scheme

The default color sold by the company was used at the Seoul area starting in 1977; white with orange horizontal stripes. Other colors were also applied as green with midsection of beige up to near front of the rear wheel with twice alternating colors in oblique angle strip at the bus. The remaining midsection part was matched to the body color. By 1980, some of these buses were painted as white divided with marine blue at the top at the windows area and the bottom horizontal.


Saehan BL064 Wikipedia

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