ŠKODA Works founded in 1859 in Pilzen, the Austrian Empire – Czech Republic till 1999

Škoda WorksLogo Škody

For the automobile manufacturer, see Škoda Auto.
ŠKODA, a.s.
Former type Private
Industry Conglomerates
Fate divided
Successors
Founded Pilsen, Bohemia, Austrian Empire (1859)
Founders Emil Škoda
Defunct 1999
Headquarters Pilsen, Czech Republic
Area served Worldwide
Products
  • locomotives
  • aircraft
  • ships
  • machine tools
  • steam turbines
  • guns

BUSES

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Skoda 14 Tr in Vilnius Skoda 14 Tr Škoda 14T TT Ke Stírce - Elektrárna Holešovice, Trojská, Škoda 14T Škoda 14Tr02

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Škoda 14TrM 795

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Škoda 15T 9247 Škoda 15T Jugla 06.2010 Škoda 15T Škoda 15Ta Škoda 15Tr 1992 Škoda 15Tr 1998 Škoda 15Tr Nr. 1-13

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Škoda 15Tr Nr. 1-16

© Aleksandrs Grigorjevs

Škoda 15tr trolleybus Škoda 15Tr Skoda 18Tr Škoda 19T MPK Wrocław 3117 Skoda 20 TR Škoda 21Tr Ostrava Škoda 21Tr Škoda 22Tr Škoda 24Tr ŠKODA 25 Tr SONY DSC Skoda 28 Tr IM000332.JPG ŠKODA 31 Tr SOR Škoda 31 Tr Škoda 248 Škoda 350 Csorba ŠKODA 706 karosa ŠKODA 706 ROg Škoda 706 RT TN (6A2 2830) a návěsu NO-80 ŠKODA 706 RTO - LUX

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Škoda 706 RTO (2) Škoda 706 RTO a Jelcz P-01 Ostrava Škoda 706 RTO Kabriolet OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA ŠKODA 706 RTO MTZ Škoda 706 RTO SPZ AX 49-63 a vleku Jelcz PO-1E SPZ AD-35-82 Škoda 706 RTO, Jan Kukla ŠKODA 706 RTO ŠKODA 706 RTTN Škoda 706RTOvyhlidkovyVM Škoda 1203 0 Škoda 1203 Škoda 2002-09-28 Teplice Bus Nr.22 Škoda Eberswalde obus Škoda Electric Škoda fuel cell hybide bus with proton Motor Fuel cell and 22 L-Ion batteries Škoda historie-v-krnove Škoda RTO II Škoda RTO, interiér Škoda RTO706 Skoda Sanos 70 Tr OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA Škoda Sanos S200 Tr Skoda Seal 100 TR SanosS115tr Škoda skodametro 538521 81012 Škoda SM Škoda ŠM11 Škoda T 11 Bus Karosa ŠM 11 Brno IM000587.JPG Škoda Trolley bus ŠKODA TROLLEYBUS 9 TR-O Škoda trolleybuses Škoda U Škoda Skoda_Works_logo Škoda-3Tr Skoda-17-Tr-1 Skoda-17-Tr-2 Škoda-20Tr Skoda-23-Tr SKODA-25-Tr-IRISBUS-2-500 Skoda1203Brumov-BylniceAlofok(4) Škoda-busse-oldtimer-02b-0017 Škodalike bus TNB 18 Škoda

Škoda Works (Czech: Škodovy závody) was the largest industrial enterprise in Austria-Hungary and later in Czechoslovakia, one of its successor states. It was also one of the largest industrial conglomerates in Europe in the 20th century.

History

1859 to 1899: establishment of Škoda

The noble Waldstein family founded the company in 1859 in Plzeň; Emil Škoda bought it in 1869. It soon established itself as Austria-Hungary‘s leading arms manufacturer producing heavy guns for the navy, mountain guns or mortars along with the Škoda M1909 machine gun as one of its noted products. Besides producing arms for the Austro-Hungarian military, Škoda also manufactured locomotives, aircraft, ships, machine toolssteam turbines and equipment for power utilities and still does so.

In 1859, Count Wallenstein-Vartenberk set up a branch of his foundry and engineering works in Plzeň. The output of the plant, employing over a hundred workers, included machinery and equipment for sugar mills, breweries, mines, steam engines, boilers, iron bridge structures, and railway facilities. In 1869, the plant was taken over by Emil Škoda, an industrious engineer and dynamic entrepreneur.

Škoda soon expanded the firm, and in the 1880s founded what was then a very modern steelworks capable of delivering castings weighing dozens of tons. Steel castings and, later, forgings for larger passenger liners and warships went on to rank alongside the sugar mills as the top export branches of Škoda’s factory.

1899 to 1945: before and during World War II

1918 German anti-tank gun & crew AWM H13453

In 1899, the ever expanding business was transformed into a joint-stock company, and before the First World War Škoda Works became the largest arms manufacturer in Austria-Hungary. It was a navy and army contractor, mainly supplying heavy guns and ammunition.

Exports included castings, such as part of the piping for the Niagara Falls power plant or for the Suez Canal sluices, as well as machinery for sugar mills in Turkey, breweries throughout Europe, and guns for the Far East and South America.

The First World War brought a drop in the output of peacetime products. Huge sums were invested into expanding production capacities. By this time, Škoda Works already held majorities in a number of companies in the Czech lands and abroad that were not involved in arms manufacture. In 1917, the company had 35,000 employees in Plzeň alone.

Following the emergence of the Czecho-Slovak Republic in 1918, in the complex economic conditions of post-war Europe the company was transformed from what was exclusively an arms manufacturer into a multi-sector concern. In addition to traditional branches, the production programme embraced a number of new concepts, such as steam (and later electric) locomotives, freight and passenger vehicles, aircraft, ships, machine tools, steam turbines, power-engineering equipment, etc.

In 1923, the company’s world-famous registered trademark—the winged arrow in a circle—was entered in the Companies Register. The deteriorating political situation in Europe saw arms production rise again in the mid-thirties.

Škoda manufactured the world’s first triple-barrelled gun turrets for the Tegetthoff-class battleships of the Austro-Hungarian navy. Prior to World War II Škoda produced LT-35 tanks, which are better known under their German designation Panzer 35(t). These tanks were originally produced for the Czechoslovak army and were used extensively by the Wehrmacht in the Polish campaign, the Battle of France and also in the German invasion of the Soviet Union. In July 1944 Skoda started production of Jagdpanzer 38(t).

In 1924, Škoda Works acquired the Laurin-Klement car manufacturer, later known as Škoda Auto. Both companies became separated after 1945, when the entire Czechoslovak economy came under government control.

CS 363 086-0 in prag

ES499.1 locomotive

1945 to 1989: after World War II

Skoda 14 Tr in Vilnius

Škoda 14 Tr trolley bus in Vilnius

After WWII, in 1945 (the year when nationalisation efforts began in Czechoslovakia and when the Communists started to come to power) Škoda was nationalized and many sections were split from the company (e.g. the car works in Mladá Boleslav (Škoda Auto), the aircraft plant in Prague, some factories in Slovakia, and other plants producing food-industry equipment). The company was renamed Závody Vladimíra Iljiče Lenina (Vladimir Ilyich Lenin Plants) in 1951, but since the new name caused losses of sales abroad, the name was changed back to Škoda in 1953. The factory concentrated on markets in the Soviet Union and the Eastern Bloc. The company produced a wide range of heavy machinery such as nuclear reactors andlocomotives. A lack of updates to its product designs and infrastructure considerably weakened the company’s competitive position and its brand.

After 1962, Škoda became well known in the USSR and other countries as a trolley bus manufacturer, beginning to export Škoda 9 Tr, one of its most successful models. The successor, Škoda 14 Tr, manufactured between 1982 and 1997, is still widely used, for example, in post-Soviet states.

In 1978 the company was turned into the government-owned group of companies (“koncern”) Škoda. It was based in Plzeň and consisted of the companies: První brněnská strojírna [First Machine Works of Brno], ČKD Blansko, ČKD Dukla Praha-Karlín in Prague, Slovenské energetické strojárne S. M. Kirova [Slovak S. M. Kirov Energy Machine Works] in Tlmače, and Výzkumný ústav energetických zařízení [Energy Facilities Research Institute] in Brno.

1989 to 2011: after the fall of communism

Škoda 15T Jugla 06.2010

 The latest model of Škoda tram—Škoda 15 T featuring 100% low floor, pivoting bogies and 999,9HPPlzeň, Škoda Transportation, rozestavěný vůz metra typu 81-71M II
 Hall of transportation section, parts of tram Škoda 14 T on left, modernized metro wagon 81-71 on right.

After the Communist Party lost power in late 1989, the company was privatized into the hands of management. Mismanagement and asset stripping led to a collapse—the company was restructured and some factories closed. Except for some smaller companies named Škoda and Škoda Auto, after the chaotic 1990s period, the Czech Škoda companies were again regrouped within the holding company Škoda Holding a.s. in 2000. In 2010, the holding company changed its name to Škoda Investment, a.s..

Following the change in the political climate in 1989, Škoda started along a path of privatization, and used this time to come up with an optimal production programme, making new business contacts, and looking for markets other than those that had so far been its priority markets, i.e. the Communist Bloc countries and the Soviet Union, which collapsed after 1989.

In 1991, a foreign partner for the passenger car works Škoda Auto a.s. was sought by the Czech government. Volkswagen was chosen, and the German firm initially took a 30% stake, rising to 100% ownership by 1999. Škoda Auto is now a completely independent entity from other companies bearing the Škoda name.

In 1992, the company was privatized by the so-called Czech method. It began expanding its production activities, acquiring the TATRA and LIAZ vehicle works and constructing a plant to produce aluminum soft drink cans. This expansion put the company’s financial stability in jeopardy. In 1999, it concluded an agreement with creditor banks, and restructuring of the entire capital structure of the Škoda group was undertaken. The result was legal and financial stability at the company. Currently a sectoral restructuring of production companies in the group is under way. In April 2000, Škoda Holding, a.s. took over the helm, controlling nineteen primary subsidiaries and most product lines.

In 2003, the Czech government sold its 49% stake to the Appian Group for 350 CZK million, later that year the Appian Group acquired the rest of its stake in a liquidation of the previous owner. The Appian Group is a holding company incorporated in the Netherlands and controlled through a screen of shell companies. The real owner or owners are unknown, despite investigations by the Czech police. In September 2010, a group of four managers (current or former Škoda or Appian managers) announced that they would acquire Škoda from Appian for an undisclosed price. The Czech media speculated that the acquisition was only a formality, as the managers probably owned the parent company Appian.

Škoda was subsequently focused solely on the transport sector. Other divisions have been sold, a large part of them to the Russian company OMZ (the price was not published, estimated at around 1 CZK billion). Simultaneously some smaller transport companies were acquired, for example a part of the Hungarian company Ganz, VÚKV (owner of the Velim railway test circuit) and some transport-related assets of the former ČKD, now called Škoda Vagonka. In 2009, Škoda holding announced that the South Korean conglomerate Doosan will acquire its power section for 11,5 CZK billion ($656 million). Finally in March 2011 Škoda sold its Škoda Transportation subdidiary to Cyprus based company SKODA INDUSTRY (EUROPE) LTD, later renamed CEIL (CENTRAL EUROPE INDUSTRIES) LTD.

As of 2012 Škoda Investment still own Škoda brand and some real estate, but does not perform any industrial activity. Between 2007 and 2012 the company paid dividends to Appian – a whopping sum of 32 CZK billion (app. 1.18 billion Euro/1.6 billion USD).

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Cars, Buses + Trucks LiAZ Likinskiy Avtobusnyi Zavod Russia

LiAZ

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LiAZ Russia buses logo

(Russia)

LiAZ (RussianЛикинский автобусный завод (ЛиАЗ) Likinskiy Avtobusnyi Zavod, English: Likino Bus Plant) is a bus manufacturing company located in Likino-DulyovoRussia. It is now a wholly owned subsidiary of GAZ.

For the defunct Czech truck manufacturing company see:LIAZ (Czech Republic)
LiAZ (Likino Bus Plant)
Native name Ликинский автобусный завод
Industry Bus manufacturing
Founded 1937
Headquarters Likino-DulyovoRussia
Products Busestrolleybuses (2005–2012)
Employees 2,061
Website liaz-bus.ru
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

A LiAZ-677M in Yelets (Lipetsk Oblast)

LiAZ-5256 bus (first generation) in Stary Oskol (Belgorod Oblast)

LiAZ-5256 bus (first generation) inStary Oskol (Belgorod Oblast)
LiAZ-5256 bus (second generation) in Oradea (Romania)

LiAZ-5256 bus (second generation) in Oradea (Romania)
Two LiAZ-5292.20 buses in Moscow

Two LiAZ-5292.20 buses in Moscow
LiAZ-5280 trolleybus in Kursk Russia

LiAZ-5280 trolleybus in Kursk

History

The factory was created in 1937 as a wood processing plant LOZOD (Likino Engineered Wood Test Factory). It produced pressed wood products, as well as wood particle boards. In 1944 the factory was renamed to LiMZ (Likino Machinery Factory) and it started producing small machinery like power saws and portable generators.

In 1959 the factory started to assemble passenger buses ZIL-158. It was renamed to LiAZ the same year. In 1967 the factory designed and manufactured the first bus model of its own named LiAZ-677. The factory produced 194,183 buses of this model in the next 29 years.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, LiAZ started to experience difficulties. In 1996 bus manufacturing ceased and the factory declared bankruptcy in 1997. The factory has since been restructured and is known as LLC Likinskij Avtobusnyj Zavod. In 2000 it became part of the RusAvtoPromCorporation, and has been part of the GAZ Group since 2005.

The trolleybuses were produced by LiAZ from 2005 until 2012.

Models

Buses

Historical

  • ZIL-158/LiAZ-158 (1959–1970), front-engined bus

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  • LiAZ-677 (1967–1996), front-engined bus

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LiAZ-158 (ZIL-158V), 1965

1965 Liazik 677M Moskou

LiAZ-677M, rear view

Current model range

5256

2005 LiAZ 5256 autobus 5256 LIAZ 5256.00 LIAZ 5256 Liaz 5256a LIAZ 5256b liaz 5256c OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA liaz_5256_2318231_orig LiAZ-5256 bus (first generation) in Stary Oskol (Belgorod Oblast) LiAZ-5256 bus (second generation) in Oradea (Romania) liaz5256 liaz-5256-04 liaz-5256-05 liaz5256-city-bus_26edf liaz-5256-city-bus-01-image-size-505-x-337-px-imagejpeg-44170-views_51f04 liaz-5256-city-bus-04 ??????????????????????????????? liaz-5256-city-bus-06 liaz-5256-city-bus-07

  • LiAZ-5256 (since 1986), rear-engined bus

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  • LiAZ-5293 (since 2006), rear-engined low-entry bus

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  • LiAZ-6213 (since 2007), low-floor articulated bus based on LiAZ-5292

LiAZ-5292

Trolleybuses

5280

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  • LiAZ-5280 (2005–2012), trolleybus based on LiAZ-5256

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA LIAZ_52802

  • LiAZ-52802, low-floor trolleybus based on LiAZ-5292

LiAZ-VZTM-52803 LiAZ-VZTM-52803a

  • LiAZ-52803, low-entry trolleybus based on LiAZ-5293

1957 LIAZ 706 RO LIAZ Skoda 706 11781cc  Hiller-Aufbau 19571957 LIAZ 706 RO LIAZ Skoda 706 11781cc Hiller-Aufbau

1962 LIAZ 676 123p 6x4

1962 LIAZ 676 123p 6×4

liaz-5e-676-01

liaz-676

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LIAZ

(Czech Republic)

For the Russian bus manufacturing company see: LiAZ (Russia)
LIAZ MT – one of most successful series

LIAZ MT – one of most successful series

LIAZ (LIberecké Automobilové Závody – Liberec Automobil Works) is a defunct Czech and Czechoslovak manufacturer of trucks. The company was formed in 1951 by the government as a division of Škoda. In 1953 LIAZ became independent of Škoda, but still continued to use its name until 1984 (Škoda LIAZ). Main plants were in RýnoviceMnichovo Hradiště and Liberec, later there have been opened factories in MělníkZvolenVeľký Krtíš,Přerov and Holýšov. In the 1970s LIAZ was the biggest Czechoslovak truck manufacturer. The production ceased in 2002.

Trucks

LiAZ 3151 LiAZ 1010124cb LiAZ cz Liaz Liaz 100 P LIAZ MT – one of most successful series liaz-100-10 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA liaz-110-06 liaz-111-04 liaz-122-01 KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA liaz-4033-sc-8x4-02 liaz-10045-02 liaz-10186-cas-25-02 liaz-10186-cas-25-03 OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA liaz-liaz-100-06 ?????????????????? Pin Badge Russian Car Automobile Bus Liaz

  • Škoda 706 R
  • Škoda 706 RT
  • RT
  • 100
  • 200
  • 300
  • S
  • FZ
  • 400 Xena
  • 400 Fox
  • The Engine Plant of LIAZ trucks has been purchased by TEDOM Trucks which has also purchased all the technical data and drawings and is now marketing LIAZ Concept Trucks under the brand of FOX. The official website is. In late nineties LIAZ in Jablonec and Nisou was mainly producing diesel engines which were assembled and tested at the industrial estate.
  • The engine line production actually tested every single engine by running it and collecting various parameters about it. Every n-th engine was sent to disassembly to check for any engine tolerances. The testing rigs were called Brzda (brake) where the engine was connected to fuel, exhaust extraction piping and electronic probes.
  • The industrial estate of LIAZ has also been used for production of steam which is routinely used to heat housing estates. This highly presurised steam is piped to smaller transformer stations round the town of Jablonec nad Nisou. In the transformer stations, the pressure is reduced and used for heating blocks of flats.

A few examples of products (click to truck-name redirected you to gallery of this vehicle on http://www.liaz.cz, or http://www.busportal.cz)

R series (1952–1958)

name type axles drive cab
ŠKODA 706 R drop side truck 2 4×2 short
ŠKODA 706 RS tipper 2 4×2 short
ŠKODA 706 ROK garbage truck 2 4×2 middle

RT series (1956–1990)

name type axles drive cab
ŠKODA 706 RT drop side truck 2 4×2 middle
ŠKODA 706 RTTN truck tractor 2 4×2 middle
ŠKODA 706 RTS tipper 2 4×2 middle
ŠKODA 706 RTHP fire truck 2 4×4 double cab

MT series (1965–1990)

name type axles drive cab
ŠKODA LIAZ 706 MTC drop side truck 2 4×2 middle
ŠKODA LIAZ 706 MTTN truck tractor 2 4×2 middle
ŠKODA LIAZ 706 MTSP tipper 2 4×4 short

100 series (1974–2003)

name type axles drive cab
ŠKODA LIAZ 100.47 truck tractor 2 4×2 middle
ŠKODA LIAZ 100.05 drop side truck 2 4×2 middle
LIAZ 111.054 drop side truck 2 4×4 middle
LIAZ 122.053 drop side truck 3 6×2 middle
LIAZ 151.261 tipper 2 4×4 short
LIAZ 101.860 fire truck 2 4×4 special

200 series (1990–1995)

name type axles drive cab
LIAZ 230.573 truck tractor 2 4×2 high
LIAZ 230.073 drop side truck 2 4×2 high
LIAZ 250.261 tipper 2 4×2 short
LIAZ 251.154 army truck 2 4×4 short
LIAZ 232.471 truck tractor 3 6×2 middle

300 series (1992–2003)

name type axles drive cab
ŠKODA LIAZ 18.33 TBV truck tractor 2 4×2 high
ŠKODA LIAZ 18.29 PB drop side truck 2 4×2 middle
ŠKODA LIAZ 18.29 SA tipper 2 4×4 short
ŠKODA LIAZ 18.29 XA fire truck 2 4×4 special
ŠKODA LIAZ 24.33 PZV drop side truck 3 6×2/2 high
ŠKODA LIAZ 24.23 KYV garbage truck 3 6×2/4 middle
ŠKODA LIAZ 29.33 SD tipper 3 6×4 short
ŠKODA LIAZ 29.33 SDA tipper 3 6×6 short
ŠKODA LIAZ 40.33 SC tipper 4 8×4 short
ŠKODA LIAZ 12.18 PB/S delivery truck 2 4×2 short Steyr

400 series (1996–2003)

name type axles drive cab
ŠKODA Xena truck tractor 2 4×2 high
ŠKODA Fox tipper 2 4×2 short

TEDOM 400 (2006–2009)

name type axles drive cab
TEDOM Fox tipper 2 4×4 short
TEDOM Fox 6×4 tipper 3 6×4 short

That’s it

Buses KAvZ Kurgansky Avtobusny Zavod Russia

KAvZ

 (RussianКурга́нский авто́бусный заво́д, КАвЗKurgansky Avtobusny Zavod)

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Gaz-group-logo

GAZ GROUP LOGO

KAvZ-42382006- KAvZ-4238

KAvZ-39761993-07 KAvZ-3976

KAvZ bus (right) in Ust-Kut, Irkutsk oblast', RussiaKAvZ bus (right) in Ust-Kut, Irkutsk oblast’, Russia

KAvZ (RussianКурга́нский авто́бусный заво́д, КАвЗKurgansky Avtobusny Zavod) is a bus manufacturer in KurganRussia. The factory started producing buses in 1958, based on trucks from GAZ. During the 1990s, it assembled Ikarus buses for the Russian market. Now a subsidiary of GAZ, it specialises in producing small buses, in particular school buses.

KaVZ is a subsidiary of Russian Buses which is a subsidiary of GAZ Group.

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1958 kavz 651

1958 kavz 651

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1960 KAVZ-985a1960 KAVZ-985

1962–70 KAvz 6511962–70 KAvz 651

1963 kavz 3100 sibir a1963 kavz 3100 sibir

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1964 kavz 3100 sibir

1966 kavz 685 32701966 kavz 685 3270

1968 kavz 685 32701968 kavz 685 3270

1969 kavz 685 32701969 kavz 685 3270

1969 kavz 685 3270a1969 kavz 685 3270

1971 kavz 651, 685, 3100 II1971 kavz 651, 685, 3100 II

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1971-91 KAVZ 6851971-91 KAVZ 685

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1971-91 KAvZ 3270a Rusland1971-91 KaVZ 3270

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1971-91 KaVZ 3270b1971-91 KaVZ 3270

1971-91 KaVZ 3270c1971-91 KaVZ 3270

1971-91 KaVZ 3270d1971-91 KaVZ 3270

1971-91 KAVZ R1971-91 KAVZ

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1975-76 kavz 3100 sibir1975-76 kavz 3100 sibir 2

1975-86 kavz 685 32701975-86 kavz 685 3270

1976  kavz 3100 sibir1976 kavz 3100 sibir

1976 kavz 3100 sibir 111976 kavz 3100 sibir 11

1976 kavz 3100 sibir1976 kavz 3100 sibir

1976 kavz-3100-sibir-21976 kavz 3100 sibir

1979 kavz concepts 21979 kavz concept

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1984 kavz 685 3270 11984 kavz 685 3270

1984 kavz concepts photos 11984 kavz concept

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kavz1KAvZ Bus

1993-07 kavz 3276 (2)1993-07 kavz 3276

1993-07 kavz 32761993-07 kavz 3276

1993-07 KaVZ 39765-0231993-07 KaVZ 39765-023

1993-07 KaVZ 39765-023a1993-07 KaVZ 39765-023

1993-07 KaVZ 39765-023b1993-07 KaVZ 39765-023

1993-07 KAvZ 397671993-07 KAvZ 39767

1993-07 KAvZ 397620 Rusland1993-07 KAvZ 397620 Rusland

1993-07 KAvZ 397653 Rusland1993-07 KAvZ 397653 Rusland

1993-07 KAvZ-39761993-07 KAvZ-3976

1998  kavz-422910-091998 kavz-422910-09

1998 07 kavz 32441998 07 kavz 3244

1998 Kavz 4229101998 Kavz 422910

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA1998 kavz-4229 10-01

1998-03 KAVZ 42241998-03 KAVZ 4224

2002-08 kavz 32762002-08 kavz 3276

2003 kavz 39762003 kavz 3976

2006  KAVZ-4238 CNG2006 KAVZ-4238 CNG

KAvZ bus emblems2006 -- KAvZ-42382006 — KAvZ-4238

2006  KAVZ-4238-05 school2006 KAVZ-4238-05 school

2006  Salon KAVZ-4238-052006 KAVZ-4238-05 school insides

2006 KAVZ 4238 Aurora2006 KAVZ 4238 Aurora

2007 kavz 4235 12007 kavz 4235 1

2007 kavz 4235 22007 kavz 4235 2

2007 kavz 4235 32007 kavz 4235 3

2007 kavz 4235 42007 kavz 4235 4 inside

2007 kavz 4235 52007 kavz 4235 5

2007 kavz 4235 62007 kavz 4235 6

2008 kavz 4238 images 12008 kavz 4238 images 1

2008 kavz 4238a2008 kavz 4238

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Buses and lots more CSEPEL Hungary

Buses, Fire&Rescue, Sewingmachines, Chassis, Motors, Cycles +, Motorcycles, Scooters, Trucks, Military Equipment, CSEPEL Hungaria Csepel is een historisch Hongaars merk van motorfietsen.002 Csepel: Manfred Weiss Stahl- und Metallwerke AG Csepel, later Mogürt, Boedapest (19371951). Hongaars merk dat ontstond uit de WM (Weiss, Manfred)-bromfietsfabriek. Csepel bouwde grote aantallen 98-, 123- en 146 cc tweetakt-motorfietsen. Het bedrijf dat gevestigd was in Csepel bij Boedapest werd overgenomen door Mogürt in Boedapest. In 1945 werd het een staatsbedrijf. Men ging vanaf 1947 50 cc bromfietsen, scootershulpmotoren en 100 cc motorfietsjes maken. Deze laatsten werden snel vervangen door 125 cc uitvoeringen. De eerste 250 cc machines verscheen in 1950. In 1952 veranderde de naam in Pannonia en Danuvia. Pannonia-modellen werden in grote aantallen geëxporteerd. In dezelfde fabriek produceerde men ook scooters onder de naam Tünde en motorfietsen met de merknaam White (waarschijnlijk naar de naam van Manfred Weiss). Zie ook Panni, Tünde, WM, Dongo en Berva. Het bedrijf heeft ook auto‘s en bussen geproduceerd. Ze maakten zelfs naaimachines e.d.020 Het Nederlandse bedrijf Germaan verkocht vanaf 1949 Csepel-motorfietsjes onder haar eigen naam. This is going to be a very interesting blog. Csepel works together with MOGÜRT, ROBUR, AVIA, TAZ, STEYR, IKARUS, CROWN, CHollima, LAZ, LIAZ, so the pictures I show will come from Korea, the USA, Germany, and lots off other countries. It’s complicated. How do I build this blog. I think I purely start with Csepel, let’s see what it becomes.

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1950 Csepel 125 kl

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Ikarus 4-Takt-Diesel Csepel D614 Hubraum 8 267 ccm Leistung 145 PS

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1956 Csepel Danuvia 125

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1963 Mogurt Csepel D344 Truck Brochure Hungary German

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1969 Csepel jarmutipusok.preview

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Csepel sewingmachine

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1972 Mogurt Csepel D705.14

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1988 Csepel Mogurt D752.03 Truck Brochure Hungary

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1988 Csepel Mogurt D75231 Dump Truck Brochure Hungary

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1989 Csepel Mogurt D75200 10 Ton Truck Brochure Hungary

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1995 Csepel Coach

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MB 8477 is a Csepel with a Custom Coaches CB50 body, ex Baxters Bus

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CSEPEL 257 & 268

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Ikarus 543 távolsági kivitel Csepel © Darth Peter

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Ikarus 543-mas Csepel

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Ikarus 548-as Csepel

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CSEPEL

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CSEPEL + echelle Magirus, pays de l’ est 1960

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Csepel

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CSEPEL D750

1948 Csepel 100/48

Csepel 100 1948 98cc

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Csepel 125 1949

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Csepel 125 1950

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CSEPEL 125-GRANDE

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Csepel 125t 1951-1955

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Csepel 250 1951-1953

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CSEPEL 250

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Csepel 250u 1951

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CSEPEL 350 PROTO

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CSEPEL 450

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Csepel 462 mit Motor D 614

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Csepel 706 D614

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Csepel 744  4189 border © mikevanstein

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Csepel 800-01

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Csepel 800-02

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Csepel 800-03

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Csepel 800-04

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Csepel 800-05

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Csepel 800-6

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Csepel 800-07

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Csepel 800-08 © Anga András

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Csepel 875-21

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Csepel 844.19-Australian Bus Manufacturing

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Csepel 1954 Advert Australia

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Csepel 1994 border © mikevanstein

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Csepel 4228 border © mikevanstein

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Csepel 4247 border © mikevanstein

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Csepel 8178-BorderMaker © Alex Miedema

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Csepel 81285a38e5f9

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Csepel AD Finland

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Csepel Bus number 7 – Charter to Africa

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Csepel cz

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Csepel D 344 mit Motor D 414

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CSEPEL D 352

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Csepel d 452 4×201

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Csepel D344 Hungarije-2012

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Csepel D-344 Hungarije

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Csepel D344, 4×4, 1963

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Csepel d344

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Csepel D345

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Csepel D350 ben 1953

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Csepel d352-01

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Csepel d352-03

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Csepel d352-07

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Csepel d352-08

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Csepel D352-platós

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Csepel d354

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Csepel D420 Tanker

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Csepel D450

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Csepel d450 b1

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Csepel d450-01

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Csepel d450-02

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Csepel d450-02a

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Csepel d450-05

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csepel d450-08

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Csepel d464 705

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Csepel D469  05 4×4

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Csepel D566, 6×6, 1973

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Csepel D566

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Csepel D588 8×8 1971

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Csepel d700 serie 1976

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Csepel d705-01

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Csepel d705-02

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Csepel d705-05

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Csepel d705-07

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Csepel D707 1976

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Csepel d710-01 © etronom.hu

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Csepel d710-03

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Csepel D754 4×4

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Csepel D754 4×4

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Csepel D754 1429 01 © Sadian Radovanov

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Csepel D755 4×4 © NINJA

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Csepel D755.21 4×2

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Ikarus Csepel d766

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Csepel d710 4x2az Magirus 0nk5

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Csepel D450 en tracteur semi citerne en 1960

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Csepel D755 © NINJA

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Csepel d750 4x2pzk03

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Csepel d750 4x2tank01 © NINJA

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csepel d750 4x2tank02

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Csepel Danuvia 125 1954-1957

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Csepel Danuvia 125cc 1950

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Csepel F 9 Budapest (R)

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Csepel Industrial Park

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Csepel Danuvia

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Csepel Logo

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Csepel Milchwagen

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Csepel Nyirseg Transporter scooter

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Csepel Tanker

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Csepel В130, 4×4, 1951

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Csepel В300, 6×6, 1952

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CSEPEL-D344 ung

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Csepel d755-04

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Csepel d710 Ikarus preview

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Csepel D710

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Csepel D710

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Csepel D710-7

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Csepel d750-08

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Csepel 1965 White Export Motorcycle © ManxNorton

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1956 Csepel Danuvia 250

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1914 (Csepel) bus

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1967 Csepel Danuvia 0.preview

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Csepel-Ikarus-Robur- Bijeenkomst

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Ikarus-620-Csepel-Chassis

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Csepel elso-buszok-egyike-1915

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Csepel Cycle

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Dongo-Fahrrad-Hilfsmotor.-1955-1957

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Berva-Moped

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Berva-Panni-History-Motorcycle-Book

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Panni Scooter

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Panni ROBOGÖ

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Dongo-Berva-Panni-Motorcycle-Book

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Danuvia-Csepel

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Danuvia-DV-125

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Danuvia-SupeRetro-510i-Modern-Cafe-Racer

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Danuvia book

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danuvia 50.preview

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CSEPEL-MOTONETA-75

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Duna

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Duna-sidecar

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Pannonia-Csepel-250-T1-with-Duna-Sidecar

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Pannonia-Csepel-250-T1-with-Duna-Sidecar

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Pannonia-21obn

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PANNONIA-250-P32-P20-STRADA

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Pannonia-250RN-Prototype-boxern 1951

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Pannonia-7-Pannonia-1959-250cc-14-ps-Gleichstrommächine-Hungaria

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PANNONIA-BOL-DOR-NEW

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Pannonia-boldoro

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Pannonia p35

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Pannonia-t-l25

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Pannonia-T5

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Tünde-Roller-1960-1961 174cc

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Tünde-scooter

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White Csepel Pannonia-Motos

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White-MX-USA

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White-Enduro-Mk1

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White 1965 Enduro (Danuvia)

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White 250 Shooting Star Advertisment

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csepel snyirsgkisruszllt 60ér jaren 174cc

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wm csepel prototyp zigarrentank 1931-1935

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wm Csepel turan 1935-1937

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wm csepel nickeltank 1937-1944

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wm csepel 100 tura 1947-1948

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What a job was this.

I’ll stop now

By IKARUS will follow more

The End

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