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► Photothread: Kriegsmarine Vehicles

Post by Genscher Russia » 24 May 2007 16:45

Lets make the gallery of such vechicles.
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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 24 May 2007 17:17

Good idea dear Genscher :)

Kriegsmarine's Mercedes L.3000 :)
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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 24 May 2007 17:23

Opel Blitz 2,5 Ton.
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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 24 May 2007 17:25

WM Opel Olimpya ...
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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 24 May 2007 17:27

WM Citroen "Avant"...
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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 24 May 2007 17:30

WM BMW R12 Sidecar ...
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Post by SIS 5 » 25 May 2007 15:25

Hi Genscher, hi Francy,

a good idea with the new thread of vehicles of the Kriegsmarine.

A question to Your posted pic of an Opel. Could it be the 1,5 to model and not the 2,5 to model?

By the way: an excellent pic of the Mercedes Benz L 3000 S in the long version, which I´ve never seen before.

I want to post a pic of a vehicle of the Kriegsmarine, too. It´s a Bedford MWD 15 cwt with a special German cab. (source: Jochen Vollert: Britische LKW im Dienste der Wehrmacht)

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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 25 May 2007 16:05

Hello Bert !!! :D
It's sure Opel Blitz 2,5 Ton , noticed the differences of dimension ,(and many other difference) between Opel Blitz 2,5 Ton and Opel Blitz 1,5 Ton .:)
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Saluti from Francesco..

Opel Blitz 2,5 Ton.
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Opel Blitz 1,5 Ton.
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Luftwaffe Opel Blitz 1,5 Ton.
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Post by SIS 5 » 25 May 2007 16:11

Hi Francy,

thank You for the fast answer. For me the pics You posted at last are Opel 1 to trucks and vans. If You want I can post some pics of Opel trucks (1 to and 1,5 to), but not today.

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Post by jagdpanther.302 » 25 May 2007 16:16

FRANCY RITTER wrote:Good idea dear Genscher :)

Kriegsmarine's Mercedes L.3000 :)
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Hello Francy,

An L 3000 with long-base-chassis is complete new to me. I've never heard from it before and I'm still not to old to learn. But this truck seems to be an L 3750, what do you think ??

And ooh, do I like discussions, your first picture is definately an Opel Blitz 1,5 ton and not 2,5. The 2,5 ton looks different. Here a picture of the 1,5 ton :



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And you're second Blitz (Kastenwagen) is a 1 tonner and not a 1,5 tonner :



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Sorry, :oops: but I'm very sure of all.....

Greetz,

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Post by SIS 5 » 25 May 2007 16:26

Hi Bert,

I was thinking in the same way like You, because I´ve never seen a pic of a Mercedes Benz L 3000 with the long-based chasis. But anywhere I have read about the following trucks with a short and a long-based chasis, but I forgot where. Please, read the following informations about these trucks I noticed:
Klöckner-Magirus-Deutz S 3000 (short version: 3,70m, long version 4,20m), Mercedes Benz L 3000 S (3,80m / 4,25m), MAN E 3000 (4,00m / 4,65m) and Saurer BT 4500 (4,50m / 5,00m).

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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 25 May 2007 16:39

Hello friends !!
Another small pic on this model (Mercedes L3000 S "lang" ) .

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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 25 May 2007 16:43

Not problem Bert ..and still thanks for INFO. :) :wink:

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Post by jagdpanther.302 » 25 May 2007 16:45

Hi SIS 5,

From the Opel Blitz 1 Ton and 1,5 Ton I'm 100 % sure.

The 3000-series which you mention are sure made with a longer chassis, but only for fabricating "Kraftomnibusse". Of each brand exists a 3-ton Bus variant on long base chassis, but sure no trucks.... But as I already stated, I'm not to old to learn and you never know. That is so beautiful about Wehrmacht History, still after 60 years new photo's and infos keep popping up. For me it always will be an adventure in search of new things......

Bert

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Post by FRANCY RITTER » 25 May 2007 16:52

[quote=],
For me it always will be an adventure in search of new things......
Bert[/quote]
Bravo Bert!! :wink:

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