1951, 1952, 1953 Kaiser Traveler


1951, 1952, 1953 Kaiser Traveler Specifications
Scholars argue that the 1951-1953 Kaiser Traveler was a major force in the popularization of the all-steel station wagon of the 1950s and 1960s.
Scholars argue that the 1951-1953 Kaiser Traveler was a major force in the popularization of the all-steel station wagon of the 1950s and 1960s.
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The 1951, 1952, 1953 Kaiser Traveler introduced a number of innovations, most notably design features that would eventually lead to the modern hatchback. Check out the 1951-1953 Kaiser Traveler specifications below.

Specifications

Engine: sidevalve I-6, 226.2 cid (3.31 × 4.38) 1951-52 115 bhp 1953 118 bhp

Transmission: Three speed manual; overdrive and Hydra-Matic optional

Suspension, front: independent coil springs, tube shocks

Suspension, rear: live axle, leaf springs, tube shocks

Brakes: front/rear drums

Wheelbase (in.): 118.5

Weight (lbs): 3,210-3,370

Top speed (mph): 90

0-60 mph (sec): 15.0-16.0

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