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Ammunition field depot Rautakorpi near Viipuri?Jagala wrote: Where are we?
peeved wrote:Hi Aleks,
Since the question was for the manufacturer, Tempo will do nicely. The small lorry was their model A 600 of which Germany delivered 200 to Finland; Photo source Puolustusvoimien moottoriajoneuvot 1919-1959 by Markku Mäkipirtti. Mäkipirtti estimates that Finland received around 100 of the cross-country Tempo G 1200 (aka Tempo-Vidal G 1200 aka Vidal G 1200), another Vidal & Sohn Tempo-Werke GmbH product using a 600 cc twin-stroke engine, in fact two for one car.
Over to you,
Koty wrote:Hello Markus, Aleks
mofre details for u in regard of metioned A600... number of frame: 666366 from 1939 year... Shortened one due to and accident probably but renovation done as it was...
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