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This fire-fighting vehicle with a 26 m high turntable fire-escape, automatic tilt safety device and cardan shaft drive was in service in Munich during the Second World War.
Top speed was over 40 km/h. This vehicle had a mileage of 8,000 km when it was handed over in 1971.
The first experimental engine
Two-cylinder crosshead diesel engine
Six-cylinder diesel engine
Tractor with four-cylinder diesel engine
Omnibus "The Miracle of Bern"
Manually operated flatbed press
Single-reel rotary letterpress
Opening hours and directions
No top, a spiral-shaped horn with a rubber bellow, and a hose reel on the back: That's what one of MAN's very first fire engines looked like in 1917.