Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals & Spare Parts Catalogs for FARGO Trucks.
We owe the development of a family of trucks to an enterprise whose name today will tell few people about something - Fargo Division.
But it was the name Fargo in 1928 that Chrysler appropriated to its commercial models.
Fargo trucks were produced along with Dodge and DeSoto trucks (this brand was also owned by Chrysler Corporation) and, moreover, often duplicated them.
Moreover, it seems that the meaning of such an extraordinary marketing policy was not completely clear even to the management of the corporation.
But nevertheless, in the 20-30s of the last century, Fargo trucks could be found on almost all continents of the planet.
And only in the early 70s Chrysler Corporation decided to abandon the Fargo.
But finally the brand is not dead.
Under this name, trucks are produced in Turkey in the former Chrysler branch to this day.
Why all this Fargo story, you ask?
I will answer: it is quite likely that if in those distant years Chrysler began to produce light army all-wheel drive trucks under the name Fargo (and given the above circumstances, this was quite real).
By doing so, she would actually immortalize this trademark, as happened with Willys all-terrain vehicles.
Moreover, in the late 30s, Chrysler Corporation became the largest contractor for the military department.