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Vehicles made in Germany

DKW NZ 350

count of vehicles owned by club members: 3

A standard middle-class Wehrmacht motorcycle, it was used very much during the World War II.

TTD
engine:1-cylinder
transmission:4-speed, operated by feet or hand
breaks:mechanical
gears:3,25 – 19
length:2100 mm
width:770 mm
height:920 mm
weight:171 kg
max. speed:90 km/h

BMW R 12

BMW R 12

count of vehicles owned by club members: 1

This motorcycle was probably the most reliable type of motorcycle that had ever placed into service by Wehrmacht, and its popularity with the soldiers just confirmed this. It is interesting that this is the first motorcycle with a front telescopic hydraulic fork. It was produced from 1935 to 1942.

TTD
engine:air-cooled 4-stroke 2-cylinder boxer SV
transmission:4 gears, operated by hand
breaks:front drum break with cable, rear drum break with rod
gears: 3,50 x 19
length:2520 mm
width:1615 mm
height:1000 mm
weight:360 kg
max. speed:85 km/h
fuel consumption:5,4 l / 100 km

BMW R 75

count of vehicles owned by club members: 1

This motorcycle has a special military design. About 16,510 pieces were produced between 1940 and 1944. It was used transporting passengers and towing freights.

TTD
engine:2-cylinder, flat
transmission:3 gears forward, 1 reverse with engaged additional reduction gear. Differential lock.
breaks:hydraulic on the driven wheels (the rear wheel and the sidecar wheel) mechanical on the front wheel
gears:4,50/4,75 – 16
length:2400 mm
width:1730 mm
height:1000 mm
weight:460 kg

KdF/VW 82

count of vehicles owned by club members: 4

A car generally known as "Kübelwagen". This versatile little vehicle was designed by Porsche as a military version of the Volkswagen shortly after its introduction to the scene. About 52,000 pieces were produced in several versions between 1939 and 1945. The lightweight vehicle Kfz. 1 was the most numerous, but there was also liaison and communication vehicle Kfz. 2, repair vehicle Kfz. 2/40 and a lightweight reconnaissance car Kfz. 3. The basic vehicle was called leichter Pkw. K1, type 82 (lightweight vehicle K1, type 82).

TTD
engine:4-cylinder, flat, petrol engine
transmission:4 gears forward, 1 reverse
breaks:mechanical
gears:5,25 – 16 (for using in deserts 690 x 200 nebo 200 – 12)
electronic system:6V
length:3740 mm
width:1600 mm
height:1650 mm
weight:725 kg
volume of fuel:40 l

Opel Blitz 3,6 – 6700A 4x4

count of vehicles owned by club members: 1

About 25,000 pieces of these vehicles were produced by Adam Opel A6 in its Brandenburg/Havel plant between 1940 and 1944. Despite their too small tires (double ones at the rear), it was probably the most successful Wehrmacht lorry. About 70,000 pieces of the 4x2 version were produced. Both the versions had a number of bodies, open ones as well as closed ones. The closed ones were mainly the Kfz 305 series – box-type ones (Koffer Aufbau), designed for various special technical tasks. There were tankers, fire fighting vehicles and more.

TTD
engine:6-cylinder petrol engine
transmission:5 gears forward, 1 reverse, all wheels driven, 2-gear additional gearbox with a clutch for disconnecting the front-wheel drive
breaks:hydraulic
axles:rigid with half-elliptical leaf springs
electronic system:12V
gears:190 – 20 or 7,25 – 20
length:6010 mm
width:2265 mm
height:2175 mm (2825 mm including skew)
weight:2710 kg
volume of fuel:92 l

DKW F 91/4 Munga

count of vehicles owned by club members: 1

A quarter-ton all-terrain vehicle produced for the Bundeswehr and export from the mid 1950s until 1968. Since 1958, there were alternative (at request) six- and eight-passenger bodies. The earliest models had the option of four-wheel drive.

TTD
engine:3-cylinder
transmission:all the wheels driven by a four-gear gearbox and an additional two-gear gearbox
breaks:hydraulic
axles:independent suspension by transverse leaf springs
gears:6,00 - 16
length:3455 mm
width:1500 mm
height:1740 mm
weight:1120 kg
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