Hanomag-Henschel F 30
1972 Hanomag-Henschel F 30
Bilen kan køre. Bilen blev brugt som leveringsvogn i Danmark. Den har danske papirer, der går tilbage til den 29. juni 1972. Solgt enten "som den står" eller "kosmetisk restaureret". Disse mindre lastbiler bliver stadig vanskeligere at finde. Mærket blev købt af Mercedes-Benz.
Kilometerstand: 99607 km
Hanomag-Henschel-Fahrzeugwerke GmbH (HHF) was a truck manufacturer based in Hanover, Germany. The company was founded in 1969 by a merger of the traditional German truck manufacturers Hanomag and Henschel. After the takeover of all shares in HHF by Daimler-Benz AG, the Hanomag-Henschel brand disappeared from the market in 1974. Individual design models from Hanomag-Henschel were still developed under the Mercedes-Benz brand until 1978.
Constructively, the Hanomag F-series was a small truck with ladder frame chassis and without a self-supporting or carrying structure on which the cab and the superstructures were mounted.
In most cases, the F-series was available as a flatbed truck or a flatbed truck with a box-mounted body. In addition, it was also available as a semitrailer and chassis for external special constructions and was also used as a light-duty fire truck.