Camión Medio m.Lkw. (S-Tipo)

Camión Medio Klöckner-Deutz S3000

The 3000S or S-Typ standard 3 ton medium utiliy truck was developed under the Schell-Programm, intended to standardize German wartime automobile production and conserve valuable resources. The 3000S model was produced by Borgward, Ford, Magirus, Mercedes-Benz, and Opel with minor variations. Various open, closed, house type, and tanker body variants of the 3000S became available. Starting in 1944, new S-Typ medium trucks were fitted with the Einheitsfahrerhaus replacement cab made of wood or high density fibreboard, instead of the earlier steel cab.

Modelos

  • Opel Blitz 3,6-36S
  • Borgward B3000S
  • Ford V3000S/G917T
    • Ford V3000S early conv. for Italeri Opel Blitz, 1:72 Modell Trans MT72054
  • Ford V3000S/G198TS
    • 1:35 Airpress
  • Klöckner-Deutz S3000
  • Mercedes-Benz L3000S
    • 1:48 Bandai MA00708
  • Mercedes-Benz L701 (Opel)
m.Lkw. Mercedes-Benz L3000S, 1:87 Modelo de Resina
m.Lkw. Mercedes-Benz L3000S, 1:87 Modelo de Resina

Especificaciones Técnicas

  • Designation: m.Lkw – mittlerer Lkw, 4×2
  • Planta motriz: Opel 3.6 liter 6-cylinder, I-I-W-F, 3626 cc, 54.8 kw @ 3000 rpm
  • Velocidad: 80 km/h
  • Alcance: 300 km en carretera, 230 km en campo
  • Transmission: 5 Forward, 1 Reverse
  • Brakes: hydraulic
  • Tires: 7.50-20
  • Distancia entre ejes: 3600 mm
  • Longitud: 6700 mm
  • Ancho: 2265 mm
  • Altura: 2175 mm
  • Peso: 2540 kg
  • Carga útil: 3 tons
  • Producción: 1938–1944
  • Historical Employment:
    • German Army, 1939 – Mayo 1945
    • Romanian Army

Bibliografía

  • Frank, Reinhard: Lastkraftwagen der Wehrmacht (Eggolsheim 1999)

German S-Typ and A-Typ 3 ton medium trucks can be difficult to distinguish in miniature. Some manufacturers offer hybrid variants of mixed dimensions, combining the short wheelbase of one vehicle with the overall length of another.

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Figuras del Ejército Alemán de la Segunda Guerra Mundial