1934 - 1940,|
approx. 2,250 produced
|Engine(s)||Volvo sv inline 6|
|Transmission(s)||4 speed non-syncro manual|
|Wheelbase||3.4 m (133.9 in) - 3.8 m (149.6 in)|
|Curb weight||3,000 kg (6,613.9 lb) - 4,750 kg (10,472.0 lb) (gross weight)|
In 1934 Volvo introduced its LV76 series. The truck was available in three versions: LV76 with a payload of 1 tonne, LV77 with a payload of 1.25 tonnes and LV78 with a payload of 1.5 tonnes. In 1935 the truck was modernized with a streamlined radiator cover and the larger EC engine.
In 1936 the series was supplemented with the sturdier LV79.
|LV76-78||1934||Volvo EB: I6 sv||3,366 cc (205.4 cu in)||65 bhp (48 kW)||Petrol engine|
|LV76-79||1935-40||Volvo EC: I6 sv||3,670 cc (224 cu in)||75 bhp (56 kW)||Petrol engine|
|LV79||1940||Volvo ECG: I6 sv||3,670 cc (224 cu in)||50 bhp (37 kW)||Wood gas conversion|
|Volvo Trucks timeline, 1920s - 1960s|
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