Atlas (light trucks)

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For other uses, see Atlas (disambiguation).
Part of an advertising brochure for the Atlas 1200 P/3. Several details of a typical Greek three-wheel truck can be seen

Atlas (not to be confused with several other companies who used the same name) was a Greek company based in Rentis that produced three-wheel trucks and other metal structures. In business between 1967 and 1972, it used (often rebuilt) Volkswagen engines, as well as German Ford axles. Cabs were made of glass-fiber reinforced composite. Two different models were produced.

References[edit]

  • L.S. Skartsis and G.A. Avramidis, "Made in Greece", Typorama, Patras (2003)
  • G.N. Georgano (Ed.), "The Complete Encyclopedia of Commercial Vehicles", Krause Publication, Iola, Wisconsin (1979).