In early 1955, a family of four found themselves stranded in a mud patch on the side of the road. They had swerved to avoid a moose and ended up stuck, unable to get out. The only vehicle able to respond was a 1325 Government model.
The serviceman arrived within the hour. Using the high-tech winch on the back of the vehicle, he connected his truck to their car and pulled them close enough to use a tow chain. Then they were pulled all the way out of the mud, the Government’s heavy tires and large motor making quick work of the sticky situation.
This situation is just one of many that the 1325 Government can overcome. Whether it’s identifying and protecting wildlife, towing stuck vehicles, or crawling to the rescue of injured hikers, it has proven its worth in the rugged mountains of Korea that it calls home.
Many of these vehicles run without frequent access to maintenance or high quality fuel. The parts can be sourced easily, as it shares much with KHI’s more common consumer vehicles. The high power light bar on the roof offers good visibility in the dark or the rain, making driving a much safer task. Heavy duty wheel covers, rock sliders, and a protective undertray keep the 1325 Government operating where no others will.
Kim Heavy Industries thanks you for your time.