The reason why nobody talks about these things is that they were only available in the U.S. for a handful of years in the 1960s—between 1964 and 1969 according to the Truth About Cars, though Toyota’s website seems to imply that sales stopped in 1967, and I can’t seem to find any U.S.-spec 1968s or 1969s anywhere on the interwebs.
The Stout shared its platform with the Toyota Dyna until 1968, when the Dyna was given its own platform, called the Toyota "U". In Japan, it was sold at Toyota Japanese dealerships called Toyopet Store.
- Engine: 1.5 L R I4 (RK45); 1.5 L 2R I4 (RK43, ...
- Curb weight: 1,420 kg (3,131 lb)
- Wheelbase: 2,600–2,800 mm (102.4–110.2 in)
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