Debut: February 2016

 




   

.: Bob Williams' German Mercedes-Benz 4WD Heavy Cargo Truck - for the "Rob McCallum Collection"

Brand:

Zvezda

Scale:

1/35

Modelling Time:

? hrs

PE/Resin Detail:

none

Comments:

"Mercedes-Benz Schwerer LKW 4.5 T

Zvezda kit No. 3596"

Mercedes-Benz trucks

Mercedes-Benz Lo 2000 from 1932 (with diesel engine)
Mercedes-Benz LA 1500 of the Wehrmacht in 1943
The '90s Mercedes "of the 1950s, Mercedes-Benz L 3500
Mercedes-Benz Kurzhauber
Mercedes-Benz Actros from 1996 (MP1)

Mercedes-Benz trucks are the trucks sub-class ( Daimler Trucks ) of Daimler AG produced. Have their origin Mercedes-Benz trucks in the Daimler-Motoren-Gesellschaft (DMG with the brand Mercedes), who surrendered the first truck in the world on 1 October 1896 and in the company Benz & Cie. To, with the DMG 1926 Daimler-Benz merged. The vehicles of Daimler-Benz bear since the name Mercedes-Benz . With over 484,000 sold trucks (2013) is Daimler Trucks largest truck manufacturer in the world.

The most important production site since 1965, the Mercedes-Benz plant in Wörth in the Southern Palatinate . There all truck series (be Actros , Atego , Axor , Econic , Zetros and Unimog ) built. Specifically, this means the production of cabs and the assembly of vehicles. An exception is the plastic cabs Unimog. In Wörth worked claimed by the company 11,741 employees (as of December 31, 2013).

Products to 1945.

Trucks of Daimler and Benz

  • Daimler Trucks 1896

  • Daimler Trucks 1896

Trucks from Mercedes-Benz

In the early 1930s there was Mercedes-Benz trucks with crude oil engines for 5 t payload (see, also: Mercedes-Benz tractor OE -Motor). The advantages praised for example, a promotional advertisement like this: "75% savings in operational costs, simplest operation, reducing repair costs, long life, odor and smoke free operation". [2] In the Great Depression (1928-1930), the good arguments were. On the global media side of the company. Daimler there for this type of truck, an image with the title "Mercedes-Benz type L 5 (70 hp diesel engine OM 5) 5-to Flatbed" oil engine "1927".

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