Restoration project. From 1930 to 1935, the Mercedes-Benz Type Stuttgart 2.6-liter six-cylinder engine was at 10/50 hp probably the most widely-used jeep in the Reichswehr and the Wehrmacht. It was built in about 1500 units. A copy of this extremely rare vehicle is since 2011 owned by the military engineering friends Saxony / Germany.
History of this vehicle: - The delivery location and date: Berlin-Wittenau, 16.10.1934 - Receiver: Military District Command I, Berlin (Military District III police district Berlin-Reinickendorf.) - At the site Reinickendorf the flak battery Hermann Goering was created as part of front-line troops later.