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Wanderer W 11 10/50 PS 2.5 litres Kübelwagen

 

 

Wanderer_W_11_2,5_Liter_frühe_Ausführung

 

 

In 1930, the first three testing vehicles of the Wanderer W 11 10/50 PS Kübelwagen with 2.5 litres engine were delivered to the Reichswehr. The superstructure corresponded to the mittlerer geländegängiger Personenkraftwagen - middle cross-country passenger car - (Kfz. 11). The wheels of these early vehicles had no wheel hubs. The front fenders had the older, more angular shape and the spare wheels were stored at the rear.

 

 

 

 

 

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Further 80 vehicles were delivered in 1931/32. These vehicles had wheel hubs and the new, more round shaped front fenders. The spare wheels were now stored on both sides of the engine bonnet. Until 1937, altogether 1,997 Wanderer W 11 10/50 PS Kübelwagen were manufactured, although only two vehicles were finished in 1937.

 

 

 

 

 

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The 2.5 litres model of the Wanderer W 11 is easily identifiable by the swung front fenders with an inset spare wheel. Because of the relocation of the spare wheels, a tow coupling could be mounted at the rear. Now the superstructure corresponded to the mittlerer geländegängiger Personenkraft- wagen mit Zugvorrichtung - middle cross-country passenger car with towing device - (Kfz. 12).

 

 

 

 

 

Wanderer W 11 2 l als Kfz 15, Fellmuth via Hoppe-

 

 

Kfz. 15 with a large box at the rear of the vehicle based on the Wanderer W 11 10/50 PS were rather rare. Such vehicles were first made beginning in 1935.

 

 

 

 

 

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This Wanderer W 11 10/50 PS was converted to a Truppenluftschutzkraftwagen - anti aircraft vehicle - (Kfz. 4). The photo was made in Russia in 1943.

 

 

 

 

 

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