Dual Ghia Logo

Dual-Ghia two-speed automatic auto 1956-58 made bij Ghia in Italy on a Dodge frame and the design was bij Chrysler. Italy and USA

1957 Dual Ghia-Conv-DV-13-RMM-01 chassis 100

Production 1956–1958
Body and chassis
Body style
Layout FR
Engine 315 CID 4-bbl. 230 hp (172 kW) V8
Transmission two-speed automatic
Wheelbase 115 in (2,921 mm)
Length 203.5 in (5,169 mm)
Width 79 in (2,007 mm)

1957 Dual-Ghia D-5001957 Dual-Ghia D-500

1958 Chrysler Dual-Ghia Coupe Prototype1958 Chrysler Dual-Ghia Coupe Prototype

Dual-Ghia is a rare, short-lived, automobile make, produced in the United States between 1956 and 1958. The idea for Dual-Ghia came from Eugene Casaroll, who formed Dual Motors in Detroit, Michigan to build an exclusive car at a moderate price.

The design was based on 4 1954 and 1955 Chrysler concept cars, named the Firearrow II, III, and IV and the Firebomb, which had all been designed by Virgil Exner. The Dual-Ghia car was designed by Chrysler. The design was fairly conservative with single headlamps and slab-sided features, small conservative fins and no styling gimmicks. A four-place convertible was the only offering.

A Dodge frame and drive-train was transported to Italy, where the bodywork and interior was fabricated by the Italian Coachbuilder Ghia. Performance was excellent, due to the cars being powered by the small 315 cu in (5.2 L) Dodge hemispherical-head short-stroke V-8 engine.


With a retail price close to $7500, the Dual-Ghia was about $200 more expensive than the next most expensive American car, the late 1950s Cadillac Eldorado Biarritz convertible. Out of the 117 cars produced, 32 still existed as of July 2006. The cars were mostly bought by American celebrities, such as Frank Sinatra, Sterling Hayden, and Richard Nixon. Desi Arnaz owned one, but he wrecked it. Ronald Reagan owned one, which he lost in a high-stakes poker game with then-President Lyndon Johnson, who kept the car for several years. Dean Martin had one at one point as well, according to his son Ricci. Dean Martin can be seen driving his Dual-Ghia in the film Kiss Me, Stupid.

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See also

Dual Ghia Original Unrestored



Jump up^ Craig Cheetham (ed.). Ultimate American Cars. Amber Books Ltd. ISBN 0-7603-2570-7.

Jump up^ Craig Cheetham (ed.). Ultimate American Cars. Amber Books Ltd. ISBN 0-7603-2570-7.

Jump up^ Craig Cheetham (ed.). Ultimate American Cars. Amber Books Ltd. ISBN 0-7603-2570-7.

External links


Jaehnig, Kent. “The 1956-1958 Dual-Ghia: Hollywood Status Symbol”. Z. Taylor Vinson Transportation Collection. Hagley Museum. Retrieved June 17, 2013.

Horsley, Carter B. (May 18, 2002). “Classic Car auction at Christies”.

Brierly, Brooks (December 15, 2005). “1954 Dodge Firearrow Sport Coupe”. AutoWeek.

This was all what I could find ond the WWW. With special thanks to conceptcarz.com and others 


GINAF Trucks

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GINAF Heavy Duty Special Trucks 1948-present, but now in Chinese Hands sinds 2011



The story behind GINAF

In 1933, Evert van Ginkel Senior started a car dealership in Ederveen, the Netherlands. Right after the war the company branched out into dump truck services and conversion of A-Fords into agricultural tractors.

Evert van Ginkel’s sons Adrie and Wulfert established a partnership on 1 November 1948 to continue in their father’s footsteps
and further expand his business.

Their activities focused on army surplus trade and the conversion of lorries.

Throughout the 1950s the Van Ginkel family mainly sold unconverted REOs, which they obtained from surplus American army stock. The original petrol engine could, if required, be replaced by a new Leyland DAF diesel engine.

The floods of 1953 caused a huge increase in the need for dump trucks.

The purchase of an enormous batch of army surplus material from the US army in 1959, led to the Van Ginkel brothers, who had in the meantime been joined by the third brother, Evert-Jan, deciding to assume a more professional approach to their business and start building new trucks. These new trucks were the REOs with a cabin.

It was up to client to decide what kind of engine he wanted to have put in. But the best results were attained with DAF components.

In 1967, the Netherlands Centre for Vehicle Technology and Information recognized and registered Van Ginkel as a certified truck builder. From that moment on, their products were sold under the trade name GINAF. GINAF occupied a strong position in the dump truck segment.

From a technical point of view, the trucks were still made of components with an armed forces background. After thorough revisions, the axles, gearboxes, steering mechanisms etc. turned out to be indestructible.  The use of these components ensures a low purchase price, which was the deciding factor leading many to buy a GINAF.  The annual production grew to about 150 trucks. The 1970s saw an increase in the use of new components (such as cabins), mainly manufactured by DAF.

In 1976, GINAF introduced its own four-axle vehicle, the KFS 16 8×8. This was only the second 8×8 on the Dutch market. At the end of 1978, GINAF moved to new premises in Veenendaal. The spares warehouse and the service department remained in Ederveen. As of 1 January 1992, the old and the new branches were split up into separate companies.

The company continued to produce vehicles with army surplus components up to 1987. The year 1980 saw the introduction of the F 480 8×8, the first GINAF completely made up of new parts. The company signed a contract with DAF on 1 February 1982, which laid down that the latter would be taking care of the sales and service of GINAF products.

GINAF is still an independent family business. GINAF has been closely cooperating with DAF since the 1970s. GINAF has taken on a great deal of conversion work for DAF throughout the years. The 1980s heralded a time that saw a strong drive towards increasing the loading capacity of lorries. At the Dutch car industry trade fair of 1984, GINAF was ahead of the competition once more with the introduction of the first five-axle vehicles. The arrival of new, heavier components enabled a considerable upgrade of the product line.

Even greater tonnages turned out to be possible with the Hydropneumatic Suspension System (HPSS), which was introduced in 1986.

GINAF has been working on the basis of the modular construction principle since 1988. The company buys standard components from DAF, and builds its trucks in modules. This allows more flexible working methods and greater diversity in the models GINAF offers.

From 1990, all models could be supplied with the new DAF 95 (the G series). The type designation of GINAF trucks was changed when the new series was introduced.  A numeric code indicates how many axles the truck has in total, how many of these axles are driven, and its registered gross vehicle weight.

GINAF presented the EVS (Electronic Vehicle Steering System) in 1991.  This system was custom developed to enable steering of the rear straight axle in widespread tandems. This leads to a 4-tonne increase in the legal loading capacity. In 1993, GINAF introduced the M series with a DAF F75 or 85 cabin.  After the introduction of the Tridem series (with triple rear axle arrangement) the present day X series followed.

GINAF has, throughout the years, also built a range of smaller series or single trucks. These “specials” are the result of the greater flexibility that GINAF has been displaying.

GINAF X3331 Containerauto

 GINAF X3331 truck with a crane

GINAF X3331 Dakar rally service truck

GINAF X3331 Dakar rally service truck

GINAF is a truck manufacturer which produces trucks mainly for heavy duty off-road transport, construction and agricultural work. About 250 trucks are made each year in the company’s factory in Veenendaal in the Netherlands. The company also has a service center for their trucks in the small Dutch town Ederveen.


The company was founded in 1948 by Wuf and Adrie van Ginkel and started out as a truck dealer. Modifications to trucks left over from the US Army such as the GMC Diamond were also done and these trucks were then sold. In the early 1960s the company became a true truck manufacturer and changed name to Van Ginkels Automobiel Fabriek, or GINAF for short. The company started producing their own trucks using mainly DAF components. Because of this GINAF trucks often look similar to DAF trucks as the cabin used is usually the same as the ones used by DAF.

Since 1986 GINAF uses a hydropneumatic suspension system for many of its trucks, which functions better under heavy loads and rough terrain compared to conventional suspension systems and also has a longer lifespan.

GINAF was declared bankrupt in December 2011; it was then taken over by Chinese Hi-Tech Group Corporation (CHTGC).

Special trucks

Special custom made trucks include firetrucks, riot control trucks, military trucks, garbage trucks and airport fuel bowsers. Several GINAF trucks also participate in the annual Dakar Rally as both rally and service trucks, having done so since 1987, though the first GINAF to participate in the rally was labelled as being a DAF for marketing purposes. The amount of GINAF trucks participating in the rally has been on the rise since Dutch driver Hans Bekx entered a newly constructed GINAF truck in 2000.

See also


6×6 GINAF M3333S in Suriname95-tons Ginaf komt eraan1968 015-Reo (Ginaf) met Atlas kraan - 19681968 De GINAF T12 DAF1988 Ginaf F181 Tankautospuit 4x4 Vessem2003 Ginaf G5245-530 10x4 van C. Zwagerman B.V.2003 Ginaf X 4345 TSV 8x62005-06-17 Fugro Ginaf 6x6-22007 GINAF Rally Power Dutch Team2008 Ginaf X2223 4x4 Theo de Rooy2009 Ginaf X2223 Edwin van Ginkel2009 Pouw Ginaf Mack en Specialtransportdag2010 Dutch team truck Dakar 20102010-12-30 Ginaf2011-07-10 GINAF 6x6 1971 exposure 22011-12-GINAF in Chinese Hands JUMBO2012 Ginaf B2121N Ergotruck Van den Hadelkamp2012 GINAF TF2012-08-25 Ginaf Lewiszong Ginaf2014 Ginaf TKD 20142016 Ginaf HD5395TS38008-xserie-ginafAir GinafBS-HS-31-Ginaf-X4241S-Boomrooierij-Weijtmans5-Bordbuldog l met vrachtwagen logo ginafDAF in bijna zelfde uitvoering als de GINAF. hier verplaatst hij een 20.000 Liter Dieseltank met kettingen aan de portaal armendakar-dakar-2007-team-de-rooy-presentation-the-ginaf-x2223-rally-trucks-daf-faz-cf85-625-sdakar-truck-ginaf-rally-powerEen van de eerste GINAF's van Engelage Veenendaaletappe 7 dakar 2015 GRP (2)Ginaf » G4241 NedGINAF 03 1991 is de wereldprimeur van het Elektronisch Voertuig Stuursysteem (EVS) en in 1997 de wereldintroductie van de TRIDEM®-serieGinaf 5 asserGinaf 6x6 met Den Oudsten opbouw bij een reo fabriekGinaf 8x4 WVeenstraklein-6ginaf 10x8 510pk met trommel zeef

GINAF 10X8 Bram van der Leiginaf 2008 stofbestrijdingGinaf 5247E Mammoet TransportGinaf adGinaf Afvalservice West Gemeente A'damGINAF Automobilbedrijven bv 1967- HollandGinaf BD 31 VSGINAF Bonsai TruckGinaf Cement MixerGinaf DakarGINAF door Chinezen net niet kopje onderGinaf DSCF5466Ginaf dumpers voor ChinaGINAF duo voor SminkGinaf F520 10x8GINAF F521 F541 (KWS)Ginaf fuel tanker at Amsterdam AirportGINAF G 5450 Nic Jonk BVGinaf GI-HO NL GI-HO (1976-1983)GINAF HD5395TS op de Baumaginaf heijes oude pekelaGINAF kippervrachtauto-ginaf-8x6-19-m3-baggercontainer-containerwagens-6x6Ginaf kippervrachtauto-ginaf-knijperwagen-6x6-wsGinaf KreukGINAF M3233S (ex B.Q. de Ruyter) in SurinameGINAF Maistruck van larsfendtGinaf maxresdefaultGINAF Mesttruck van Martin HollandGinaf N380 ~ Ockhuizenginaf oud rond 6x6Ginaf Rally Power Dakar TruckGinaf Rally PresentatieGinaf Rally ServiceGINAF rally truckGinaf Rally ValvolineGinaf Rally X 2222 JB TradingGinaf Scania Motor U-borderGINAF specialginaf tf 01Ginaf TF 6x6 kipper. Gereed Higro Schaijk-2011 ETB-8135

De Ginaf TF 10 & TF 12 wachten geduldig op restauratie.
De Ginaf TF 10 & TF 12 wachten geduldig op restauratie.

Ginaf TF Vermeer H-borderGinaf toont op de BedrijfsautoRAI een primeur in de vorm van de nieuwe DuraTruck Light E2104 R te zienGinaf truck 6x6ginaf truck van der meerGinaf van v leeuwen valkenburgginaf Veenendaal NLGinaf voor de Jong - Zuurmond BeesdGinaf Water carrierGinaf X 3335 ISK harskampGinaf X 4241 S van Schaik (1)Ginaf X 4241-S met de DAF 12,6 liter motor van 430 pk. De trekker is een 8x4 met een toegelaten gewicht van 41 tonGinaf X 4243 TS VrijbloedGinaf X 5250GINAF X 5364 T 10 x 6 Hinterkipper tipperGinaf x 5450 S 10x8Ginaf X2222GINAF X3331 Dakar rally service truckGINAF X3331 KrieckaertGinaf X3331 waterwerper in Noord-Ierland aGinaf X3331 waterwerper in Noord-Ierland bGinaf X3331 waterwerper in Noord-IerlandGinaf X3335-SGinaf X4241-S - WeijtmansGINAF X4241S 25GINAF X4446-TS van P. van de Sande, Berkel-EnschotGinaf X5250 TS (owner Millenaar)GINAF X5250 TS TankerGINAF X5250-S van Mus uit Herwijnen BramGinaf Ziegler Foam tender TwenteGinaf, Veenendaal - ConamGinaf-Cummins-Mining-blogginaf-f-3333-s-loonbedrijf-groesbeek-(2) Max A-15Ginaf-HD2-copyGinaf-HD-5395-TS-mijntruck foto-1Ginaf's special's GetImageGINAF-X6-euro6-trucklandLogo GINAFlogo-ginaflogo-ginaf-dbdbdblogo-ginaf-origineelLR2016_15_04_Leg1_1330-495x400multitrac-ginafRoyal Dutch Army Ginaf X3335S watertenderSleepbedrijf Modern Utrecht ginafpowerstickers i’m proud to be a trucklogo ginafVrachtwagen-ledbord-GinafWater Ginaf

Thank you for all the beautiful pictures you photographers made in the last years. I can’t ask you all for permission and hope you enjoy the result of a collector about GINAF

Greetings and enjoy:


MAGIRUS DEUTZ Ulm Baden-Württemberg Germany 1866-1983 when it became IVECO

01 Ulmer Münster Magirus-Deutz Logo

Magirus Deutz

Magirus Fire Fighting Academy

Magirus GmbH
Industry Automotive
Founded 1866 (As Magirus Kommanditist)
1974 (Magirus Deutz)
1983 (Iveco Magirus)
Founder Conrad Dietrich Magirus
Headquarters Ulm, Baden-Württemberg, Germany
Number of locations
Production locations:
France: Chambéry
Italy: Brescia
Area served
Key people
Products Trucks
Decrease €1.042 billion (2009)
Owner CNH Global
Number of employees
2,100 (2009)
Parent Iveco
Website www.magirusgroup.com

Magirus GmbH is a truck manufacturer based in Ulm, Germany, founded by Conrad Dietrich Magirus (1824–1895). The company began manufacturing fire-fighting vehicles in 1866. In the late 1910s, it started the production of trucks and buses. These vehicles developed a reputation for high engineering standards, able to operate under the most arduous conditions.

The company also invented the turntable ladder, as Magirus Leiter, which quickly became an essential item of fire brigade equipment worldwide.

The parent company was Klöckner Humboldt Deutz AG, maker of the well-known Deutz engines, so the brand commonly used was Magirus Deutz, and for a short time Klöckner. The logo of Magirus Deutz was a stylised M with a sharp, long center point to represent the tower of the Ulm Cathedral.

In 1975, Magirus was purchased by Iveco which continued producing some Magirus trucks for a short while under the name “Iveco Magirus” before abandoning it completely in most countries. However, Iveco trucks were sold under the Magirus brand in Germany and other European and Middle Eastern markets until the end of the 1980s. Today, the Magirus brand is only used for the company’s firefighting equipment section, not for the whole fleet of manufactured trucks.

In 1974 he was awarded the contract (called Delta Project) for delivery in 1975-1976 about 9,500 dumper and flatbed trucks Magirus М 232 D 19 and Magirus M 290 D 26 in the USSR to work on the construction of Baikal–Amur Mainline (BAM). These models are export options KHD products on the domestic market of Germany were not supplied. By January 1, 1975 for the first batch of Magirus for BAM building was ready to be sent to the Soviet Union. Many of these trucks are working now. As a result of this, the largest in the company’s history, and other export transactions in 1975 export products accounted for 70% of total production Magirus-Deutz, and the firm took the second place among the German truck manufacturers.

Iveco Magirus is one of the leading manufacturers of fire fighting equipment. The underpinnings for the line of fire fighting trucks are primarily Iveco’s own chassis designs and engines, but occasionally platforms from other truck manufacturers serve as the base for specialized or customized fire-fighting equipment layouts. With its Magirus brand turntable ladder, Iveco Magirus is the unrivalled global market leader by sales.

Most trucks from Magirus are also known as Magirus Deutz because the air-cooled engine came from the factory of Deutz AG. These engines are still being sold for agricultural and marine use.

Though seldom seen today, the Magirus company produced almost all of the early, movable ladders used in the construction of large, rigid airships in both the Germany and the United States. The multi-extension, wooden ladders were mounted on massively constructed, wooden carriage frames with a “fifth-wheel” style, forward axle assembly. Although it appeared to be designed for horses, the ladders could be easily moved by two men. The carriage was equipped with four, hand screw type “outriggers” that would resist the ladder from tipping. The ladder did not swivel on the carriage. It was elevated and extended only towards the front of the carriage. In the “working” position, the ladder had to be elevated to about an 80 degree angle in order to allow full extension to 85 feet. (I do not know what the maximum extended length of the largest wooden Magirus ladder was, but the ones used during the erection of the Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation’s USS AKRON and USS MACON reached to 85 feet.)

They can be seen, commonly, in early photographs of airships under construction in the 1920s and 1930s.


Current products


1904 Magirus Ulm L-feuerwehr

1904 Magirus Ulm L-feuerwehr

Anhängeleiter Magirus

Anhängeleiter Magirus

1923 Magirus Fire Engine Model BayernMagirus Fire Engine Model “Bayern” 1923

1961 Magirus Fire EngineMagirus Fire Engine 1961

Magirus-Deutz 232 in KasachstanMagirus 232 in the USSR

Iveco Magirus fire engine TLF16-25Iveco Magirus fire engine

Volvo Magirus fire engineVolvo Magirus fire engine

Hino-MagirusJapanese Fire Service Hino Motors Magirus fire engine

Astra en Magirus Iveco Parade Rome 2006Italian Fire Service vehicles with an Astra crane on the left and a Magirus turntable ladder on the right, Army Parade in Rome, 2 June 2006.

1945 Magirus-Deutz truck, similar to those used as gas vans in Chełmno extermination campMagirus-Deutz truck, similar to those used as gas vans in Chełmno extermination camp

Magirus ladder on floor at front of USS MACONMagirus ladder on floor at front of USS MACON

Magirus ladders in use on the construction of a rigid airship. (Notice men at the very top of several ladders.)


  • 1864 – Founded by Conrad Dietrich Magirus
  • 1872 – 1872 2-wheel hand ladder climbable when free-standing, model »Ulmer Ladder«
  • 1892 – First horse-pulled rotating ladder 25 m
  • 1904 – First steam powered self-propelled “fire engine”
  • 1916 – First fully automatic drive turn table ladder in the world
  • 1917 – Production of Magirus motor vehicles
  • 1931 – First turn table ladder with steel ladder set
  • 1936 – Fusion with Humboldt-Deutz Motorenfabrik
  • 1951 – Made the highest turntable ladder in the world 52 m
  • 1953 – First turntable ladder with hydraulic drive
  • 1965 – First forward control truck chassis
  • 1971 – First rescue vehicle RW-rail for subway and local railway operation
  • 1972 – First large airport crash tender
  • 1980 – First turntable ladder »low-design«
  • 1986 – First computer controlled turntable ladder
  • 1987 – Take over of previous Bachert production plant in Weisweil, Germany
  • 1992 – Iveco Mezzi Speciali, Brescia, Italy
  • 1994 – First articulated ladder DLK 23-12 GL CC
  • 1996 – Production start of light pumper vehicles in Görlitz/Germany
  • 1997 – Lohr-Magirus in Graz/Austria
  • 2000 – First oscillation-free turntable ladder (Computer Stabilized)
  • 2005 – „Firework of Novelties“ at the Interschutz in Hannover
  • 2007 – New modular bodywork generation AluFire 3
  • 2010 – Presentation of the models M 32 L-AT, M 33 P, SuperDragon 2, MultiStar2 at the Interschutz in Leipzig

 01 Ulmer Münster Magirus-Deutz Logo1904 Magirus Ulm L-feuerwehr1917 Magirus 3К11918 Magirus 70PS, 4x41919 Magirus Deutz wl531921 Magirus Elefant und Magirus LF 15 19421921 Magirus Lastkraftwagen1921 Magirus1923 Magirus Bayern1923 Magirus Deutz Bayern1923 Magirus1925 Magirus M1007 carr. Allan Rotterdam GTA 35 Stadsbus 1925 gebruikt van 1926-19361925 Magirus, M1007 Car Allan1925 Magirus-Deutz AG(D) M1007 1925 (via Geesink, Weesp) - Allan, Rotterdambusserie71926 Magirus-Deutz AG(D) (via Geesink, Weesp) - A.R.M., Amsterdam busserie9


1927 Magirus-Deutz M1007 AG(D)  Kromhout (via Geesink, Weesp) - Werkspoor, Zuilen  A'dam1928 Magirus ММ31929 Magirus Werkspoor Autobus G-66828, Amsterdam1929 Magirus-busse-oldtimer1929 Magirus-Deutz AG (via Geesink, Weesp) - Werkspoor, Zuilen a A'dam1929 Magirus-Deutz M1007 AG (via Geesink, Weesp) - Werkspoor, Zuilen  A'dam1930 Magirus-Deutz AG (via Geesink, Weesp) - Werkspoor, Zuilen a A'dam1930 Magirus-Deutz AG (via Geesink, Weesp) - Werkspoor, Zuilen A'dam1931 Magirus M1007 - Werkspoor, Zuilen  A'dam1932 Magirus 3881934 Magirus М206, 6x61935 Magirus M45L Fire Tender1935 Magirus Polte-Werksfeuerwehr1935 Magirus-deutz-busse-oldtimer-02b-01511936 Magirus Deutz De City 351936 Magirus M 301936 MAGIRUS wo46261936 Magirus1936 Magirus-bus 361937 Magirus KS151937 Magirus Römkens P-24101937 Magirus S88D1937 Magirus-busse1938 Magirus Deutz 33221938 Opel Magirus Deutz Karosseriefabrik VOLL Würzburg1939 Magirus Eindhoven1939 Magirus M401941 Magirus KL 26 FL1451942 Feuerwehrfahrzeug mit Klöckner-Deutz-Logo, Baujahr 1942a1942 Lf 25 lauf1945 Magirus Deutz carr Jongerius Eindhoveninbeeld1945 Magirus-Deutz truck, similar to those used as gas vans in Chełmno extermination camp1948. Merk Kromhout carosserie Hoogeveen, deze bus is later omgebouwd met een Magirus motor1949 Magirus S3500 Drehleitner DL221950 Magirus Deutz Bus Truck1950 Magirus Deutz KastenwagenTyp S 35001950 Magirus Deutz Klöckner Humbold ULM wh20221950 Magirus Deutz Löschzug1_Hermeskeil1950 Magirus Deutz. Known as The Jupiter this German truck1950 Magirus mit Vorbaupumpe (2)1950 Magirus Nachkriegszeit1950 MAGIRUS woAA1950 MAGIRUS woBB1950 Magirus-Deutz NJ 04-301950 Magirus-Deutz O3500H Omnibus1951 klöckner-deutz-o-3000-021951 Magirus 03500 bus1951 Magirus Deutz 33291951 Magirus Deutz bus NL1951 Magirus Deutz De City 481951 Magirus Deutz Rio de Janeiro1951 Magirus Deutz UK o35001L 0001951 Magirus Deutz1951 Magirus Deutzbus Type O 6500

1951 Magirus Hochdach

1951 Magirus O 6500 Reisebus1951 Magirus S 3500 Autotransporter1951 Magirus S3500S DL22 Escape Ladder1951 Magirus wh2022b1952 Magirus Deutz rtm1952 Magirus Deutz1952 Magirus Komunalfahrzeug1952 Magirus Sirius 85 D 7 Kurzpritschen-Lkw1952 Magirus type S 35001952 Magirus Veevervoerde van der Wal1952 Magirus-Deutz S3500 NF-73-101952 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn 1-HD (W6-621C-264)1953 Jonckheere Magirus Deutz  België1953 Magirus 130pk Gebr. Greving1953 Magirus Deutz S 4500 couchette1953 Magirus Deutz Typ S35001953 Magirus Grimmius1953 Magirus O 3500 H Reisebus1953 Magirus O65001953 Magirus-Deutz O3500H Omnibus1953 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn II (W6-5735-214d-10 9 1959)1953 magirus-deutz-bus-blechschild1953-magirus-deutz-saturno-i-prisky-buses-turismo-chile-tur-ex-via-sur1954 Magirus Bos141954 Magirus Deuts O 3500 H i1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW1011954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW1021954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW1031954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW1041954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW1091954 Magirus Deutz Hainje, op de plaat gezet door Jan Voerman1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW1111954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW1131954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW1141954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW1151954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW1161954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW1191954 MAGIRUS DEUTZ RET Reebok1954 Magirus Deutz S45001954 Magirus Deutz SH35001954 Magirus Gebr Greving1954 Magirus Klöckner-Humbolt-Deutz Magirus O 3500 7983cc1954 Magirus Koeneman Sappemeer Holland1954 Magirus Wigchers1954 Magirus-Deutz, Buses, Hobby1955 Magirus BE 36 73 NL1955 Magirus Deutz Eindhoven in beeld1955 Magirus Deutz S 3500 Sirius1955 Magirus Deutz S6500 Scherenhubkipper-teha1955 Magirus Deutz Uranus PSL7111955 Magirus Gebroeders Bos1955 Magirus Mercur 4500 A Allrad-Pritschen-Lkw1955 Magirus SH3504 SiSi Drankwagen1955 Magirus Sirius 90 L Pritschen-Lkw 77331955 Magirus Transport bedrijf1955 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ LKW 71955 Magirus-Deutz SH35041956 Magirus Deutz Ansair Australia1956 Magirus Deutz S 65001956 Magirus Deutz Saturn Ansair Pioneer701956 MAGIRUS DEUTZ SUPER1956 Magirus Entsorgungswagen1956 Magirus O 3500 Möbelkofferlastzug1956 Magirus_Deutz_O3500_-_Debono_bus_ex-no_1956_,_Floriana,Malta_1996_-_Flickr_-_sludgegulper1956 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ (2)1956 Magirus-Deutz A6500, 4x41956 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ1957 MAGIRUS- DEUTZ 03500H (W6-5735-1556-2-1957)1957 Magirus Deutz Eindhoven in beeld1957 Magirus Deutz SHE 3506, Dutch licence registration SB-47-631957 Magirus Deutz Veltman-Paulusma 21957 Magirus Deutz_SHE_3506 Dutch_licence_registration_SB-47-63_pic11957 Magirus V1957 Magirus-Deutz SHE 3506 SB-47-631957 TAM 4500 Tovarna Automobilov Motorjev (Maribor) Jugoslavia1958 Magirus Deuts O 3500 Hamburg1958 Magirus Deutz Hoogeveen De Jong 1601958 Magirus Deutz Mercure en cabine avancée1958 Magirus Deutz met Ahw. Maastrischt1958 Magirus saturn 145fl1958 Magirus type OS 550 6E Gelede bus RTM Verheul1958 Magirus-Deutz A6500, 4x41958 Magirus-Deutz NWF De Koe 111958 Magirus-Deutz NWF De Koe-91958 Magirus-Deutz RV-16-101958 Magirus-Deutz Sirius 90 L MB-93-961958 Southport beach bus (MCW 234J Magirus-Deutz of unknown model and bodywork)1959 Magirus Deutz Lindbergh 59 [2] Magirus Jongerius1959 Magirus Deutz lindbergh 59 Magirus Jongerius1959 Magirus S 6500 Pritschen-Lkw1959 Magirus S1959 Magirus Saturn II Linienbus Ruhr-Lippe-Eisenbahn D1959 Magirus Uranus Kranwagen1959 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn II (W6-5735-214d-10 9 1959)1959 Magirus-Deutz Saturn II Velo Deutz Hellas1960 Magirus Deutz fire truck1960 Magirus Saturn II1960 Magirus Saturn1960 Magirus-Deutz Jupiter 178D15A, 6x61961 Magirus Fire Engine1962 Magirus Deutz (2)1962 Magirus Deutz (3)1962 Magirus Deutz1962 Magirus Saturn II Reisebus Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Hollstein VHH1962 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn 1-HD (W6-621C-264)1962 Magirus-Deutz Sirius 90L (2)1962 Magirus-Deutz Sirius 90L1962 Magirus-Deutz Uranus-250АЕ, 6x61962 Magirus-Deutz1962 magirus-deutz-motorkracht1962 Vozila_TAM_19621963 Magirus De City 991963 Magirus Deutz De City 961963 Magirus Deutz Jupiter, V81963 Magirus Deutz Saturne en 4x41963 Magirus Saturn 150 FS1963 Magirus-Deutz Domburg Westercoach 151963 Magirus-Deutz Magirus Schmidt 241964 Magirus 118 de City Eindhoveninbeeld1964 Magirus Deutz 22 Citroenvlinder1964 Magirus Deutz Buses Via Sur Concep Saturn II1964 Magirus Deutz De City 911964 Magirus Deutz De City 111 Eindhoven1964 Magirus Deutz De City 1161964 Magirus Deutz des Transports Fournier1964 Magirus Deutz no43 RTM Reebok1964 Magirus Deutz RET 1011964 Magirus Deutz Saturn II D1964 Magirus Deutz Thai Bus 204-1 MD1964 Magirus Deutz Uranus KW161964 Magirus Faun F24 LF8 fire engine Germany Red NEW!1964 Magirus Rutgers Gouda1964 Magirus-Deutz Saturn II LS 30.09.19641964 TLF3800 firetruck on Magirus 178D15A chassis1965 Decaroli Deutz Intro Argentina1965 Magirus Deutz FLF 24 S1965 Magirus Deutz le modéle URANUS moteur V12, 250 cv, cylindrée 15966 cc, en 6x61965 Magirus Deutz no23 RTM Dagpauwoog1965 Magirus Deutz no24 Dennenspanner1965 Magirus Deutz no36 RTM Springbok1965 Magirus Deutz no94 RTM Zeearend [2]1965 Magirus Deutz no94 RTM Zeearend1965 Magirus Deutz RTM 241965 Magirus Deutz rtm 531965 Magirus Deutz Thai Bus Bangkok 101-5 MB1965 Magirus-Deutz Jupiter chassis,  Evacuator1965 Magirus-Deutz M150R101965 Magirus-Deutz Mercur 126 FL, Dutch licence registration 60-PB-601966 Magirus Deutz Geledebus RTM 1006 Fazant [2]1966 Magirus Deutz Geledebus RTM 1006 Fazant1966 Magirus Deutz lindbergh 45 Magirus Hoogeveen1966 Malta Postzegels Bussen1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 781967 Magirus Deutz RTM 941967 Magirus Deutz RTM 1001 a1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 1001 Bergeend1967 Magirus Deutz URANUS civil du Transporteur Belge Mondia1968 Magirus deutz 200LS 12 idem GTW 2011968 Magirus Deutz 200LS 12 idem GTW 2021968 Magirus Deutz GTW 202 [2]1968 Magirus-Deutz1969 Magirus Deutz 200 D16FS Arg1969 Magirus Deutz 230 Panzer1969 Magirus-260SH170-Gelenkbus-weiss-rot-Str-weiss-ex-RVM1970 Magirus Deutz  230D 19 de la flotte ONATRA1970 Magirus Deutz 200 D16FL Arg1970 Magirus Deutz 230D221970 Magirus Deutz Greece1970 Magirus Deutz Jupiter 210D19S refroidissement à air, des transports ONATRA1970 Magirus Deutz Saturne  porteur remorqueur1970 Magirus Deutz sortait ce modèle jupiter long nez pour les transports Charles André1970 Magirus-Deutz, year of manufacture 1970 must be ex-Military then, first registration 6 April 2001, engine size 7000cc Diesel1971 brachte Magirus-Deutz den Eckhauber der 3. Generation auf den Markt1971 Bundesarchiv B 1451971 Magirus 230 L 117 Überlandbus1971 Magirus Deutz arnhem tours 31971 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 178 D15A JUPITERa1974 Magirus M 2000  R 119 Reisebus 7071974 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Reisebus M2000 (PR-F)1974-83 magirus deutz Klöckner-Humboldt-Deutz AG, Ulm 1935-1974 - Magirus-Deutz AG, Ulm1975 Magirus Deutz Iveco R81

Leipzig, Petersstraße, Lastkraftwagen

1975 MAGIRUS DEUTZ SH110 JONCKHEERE1975 Magirus-Deutz 120D7F (120 PS)1975 Magirus-Deutz 232D20FAL, 6x61976 Iveco Magirus deutz1976 Magirus Deutz Iveco1976 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 230T1171976 Magirus-Deutz-Fahrzeug1977 Magirus Deutz Cametal Nahuel , coche 145 de La Estrella1977 MAGIRUS DEUTZ Program übersicht1977 Magirus gelede bus1977 Magirus-Deutz R81, der Kurzbus wurde1978 Decaroli A y L C Magirus Deutz EDS280 Tirsa1978 Magirus 232-D1978 magirus deutz 230 l 1171978 Magirus Deutz 232 D1978 Magirus Deutz C de Jong 111978 Magirus Deutz Clubbus R80 Wohnmobilumbau1978 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ1978 Magirus-L117-Überlandbus

Markborn, Staatsbesuch Sudan, Magirus Deutz

1979 essen dieser-magirus-deutz-578621979 Magirus 230 L 117 Überlandbus1979 Magirus Deutz 200 RS Arg1979 Magirus-Deutz 150LS12 mobiles Postamt1979 Magirus-Deutz 260L1171979 Magirus-Deutz L117 Überlandbus1979 Magirus-Deutz-R81-Kurz-Reisebus1980 Camecas Magirus Deutz C1980 Decaroli Deutz 280 RS14 U2 19801980 Magirus Deutz Rosarinos Argentina colectivos 0171980 Magirus Deutz TR 1201980 Magirus Deutz Zakynthos Griekenland1980 Magirus Deutz Zakynthos Griekenland

1980 Magirus TR 120 Heck

1980 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ M2000 (1-1980)


1980 Magirus-Deutz R 81 Woernitz1980 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ1981 Irizar Magirus Deutz Buses Pullman Bus Lad Chili1981 LF 16 Magirus-Deutz 1921981 Magirus 160 R 81 Magirus-Deutz BF6L913 6500cc1981 MAGIRUS DEUTZ M 20001981 Magirus Deutz Shortbus Greece1981 Magirus R 81 Klein-Reisebus (Clubbus)1981 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 130R81 (1-80)1981 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 130R81 (TOB-130R81)1982 G-KTW BF Frankfurt1982 Magirus 260 SH 170 Gelenkbus ex Regionalverkehr Münsterland RVM xi1982 Magirus Deutz Diana1982 Magirus Deutz M20001982 Magirus M2000 - Greece1982 Magirus R 81 T1982 Magirus-Deutz 192D13F ladderwagen1983 Magirus Deutz M20001984 Magirus 260 SH 170 Gelenkbus zk1984 Magirus Deutz SH110 Vestische Straßenbahn1985 Decaroli Deutz SL 751 Argentina1988 Magirus TR 120 Heck1988 Magirus TR 1201999 Magirus M 2000  R 119 Reisebus