Toyota Dyna

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The Toyota Dyna is a light truck for commercial use. In the Japanese market, the Dyna is sold alongside its twin called Toyoace. The original Toyoace of 1956 was an improvement over the Toyopet SKB Truck. It was also sold as the Daihatsu Delta and the Hino Dutro (2002 onwards).

Prehistory (1956–1959)


The Toyopet Route Truck RK52 was the roots of the Dyna.

RK60 – RK80

Second generation of Toyopet Route Truck, Designed by Kanto Auto Works, Ltd. The frame was shared with the Toyopet RK23 pickup truck and the Toyota Stout.

Early Dyna K70 – K160 (1959–1963)

The Toyopet Route Truck was renamed as the Toyota Dyna in April 1959.<!-- Although it shared the same platform as the Toyoace, its appearance is more similar to its other derivative, the Daihatsu Delta.The K20 Series Toyoace was produced until the Y10 Series arrived. It was sold as Toyota PK25 Truck for the export market. -->

K170 (1963–1968)

The original semi-cab over Dyna was replaced by the new model K170 Series with leaner design in 1963. The picture shown is the cab over Toyoace, known as the PK series. Australian versions were badged as a Toyota 25. This picture is a PK3# with two single lights, the upgrade added in 1966 was the PK4# series which was fitted with quad lights. There were PK and RK models being powered by the R and P series engines respectively.

U10 (1968–1977)

U10 Series <br />RU1#<br />BU1#<br />JU10<br />HU15 etc.

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