ERF Trucks

ERF (truck manufacturer)

Sandbach, Cheshire, England 1933 – 2007

ERF
Industry Automotive
Fate Bought/Closed
Successor MAN AG
Founded 1933
Founder Edwin Richard Foden
Defunct 2007
Headquarters Sandbach, Cheshire, England
Products Trucks
Parent MAN AG
Website ERF.com

Edwin Richard Foden was a British truck manufacturer. Established in 1933 by Dennis Foden, 1932 Edwin Richard Foden retired from Foden.

1933 The new company used the same Jennings cabs and Gardner engines as Fodens had done.

1933 The first ERF vehicle was a 6 ton type C14 which remained in production until 1946.

WWII Production of military lorries, mostly for the Royal Army Service Corps, with some vehicles for essential civilian users.

1950 Edwin died

1951 Used steel cabs by Willenhall Motor Radiator Co

1952 The oval radiator grill was introduced

1961 The LV cab was introduced. The company employed 315 persons.

1961 Manufacturers of commercial motor vehicles. 315 employees.

1967 Fire appliances were produced, a situation which continued for ten years until taken over by Jennings

1970 Changes to the A range

1973 Developed the SP cab for vehicles up to 42ton gvw

1974 The B range introduced

1996 Company bought by Western Star of Canada

After a period of recuperation he returned to the development of a diesel lorry on his own account. With the collaboration of his son Dennis, William’s son Ted, and several key figures dismissed by Fodens, Edwin went on to establish a rival concern, which became ERF Ltdits factory in Sandbach, Cheshire was closed in 2002, and it was discontinued as a marque by owner MAN AG in 2007.

History

In 1881 the first Foden traction engine was built in Sandbach, Cheshire. Then in 1898 Edwin Richard Foden influenced future truck design by designing the first steam wagon running on steel tyre wheels which had been successful until 1913 when vulcanised solid rubber tyre development had advanced to the stage of allowing their fitment on heavy vehicles. Edwin introduced the first pneumatic-tyred Foden steam wagon, but as steam transport appeared to be going out of favour, Edwin turned his attention to the development of a 6-8 ton chassis fitted with new Gardner LW (Light Weight) high speed oil-engine.

At the beginning of the 1930s, Britain’s industry was struggling to survive the worst recession in living memory and unemployment exceeded two million. At this time insurers were becoming increasingly reluctant to underwrite steam boilers. As a result, Edwin believed the future of the lorry building industry lay in Diesel engine power. The Foden boardroom did not agree, and consequently he resigned along with his son Dennis.

With the help of his son Dennis and two former colleagues, including Ernest Sherratt who became Chief Engineer, Edwin worked to build the first ERF diesel lorry in 1933 and gave the first chassis the number 63 which was Edwin’s age. Fromm the beginning the company only bought in the best components available, including engines from Gardner, gearboxes from David Brown and axles from Kirkstall Forge, rather than making everything in house. This concept would serve ERF well throughout its existence. A new and striking cab was styled by Sandbach coachbuilder John Henry Jennings, who also provided initial factory space to assemble the new lorry. Based in Sandbach, Cheshire, the company made their own chassis and cabs, originally with engines from Gardner, but later also Cummins, Perkins, Detroit Diesel and Caterpillar Inc..

ERFs used to be marketed under the Western Star badge in some countries such as Australia. It also built a specialist fire engine chassis, with a body built on by in-house company JH Jennings, later Cheshire Fire Engineering. However, when recession came in the early 1980s and production fell from a total output of 4,000 chassis per annum, CFE was sold to management to eventually become Saxon Sanbec.

ERF was never a major manufacturer; as an example their domestic sales total only reached 1,083 trucks in 1981. The company was bought by Canadian truck maker Western Star in 1996. However, after PACCAR‘s purchase of Foden, DAF Trucks and Leyland Trucks increased competitive pressure, and Western Star was approached by Freightliner Trucks corporation, the decision was made to sell ERF.

Purchase by MAN

In 2000, ERF became part of MAN AG. Freightliner tried to sue Western Star and ERF’s former auditors, but failed on the grounds of corporate negligence.

Final model range

ERF’s final model range consisted of the ECT, ECM and ECL built on MAN’s production line in Munich (for heavy trucks), and a plant in Sandbach for light trucks – positioned to win a contract from the Ministry of Defence for 8,000 new British Armed Forces trucks.

All the ERF trucks were based on MAN’s existing products, the only difference being that the ERF model came with the option of specifying use of Cummins ISMe power plant as an alternate to MAN’s own D20 common rail power-plant. The Sandbach factory was closed by MAN in 2002, with production of the ECT moved to Munich, Germany, ECM and ECL units moved to Steyr, Austria where they are built on the same facilities as their identical MAN counterparts.

In the light of Cummins’ intransigence on upgrading the ISMe engine to comply with the Euro4 emission regulations, MAN initially decided to replace it completely with the new series of MAN D20 engines. With ERF badging only used for the British market, MAN decided to cease the supply of ERF badged trucks from July 2007.

In popular culture

  • On the BBC motoring programme Top Gear, the presenters are challenged to buy lorries and presenter Richard Hammond buys an ERF from Walker Movements Limited in Leicester. He pronounces the name phonetically. In response to a quip about its diminutive size, Hammond responds by calling it ‘the Caterham of lorries’ as it has an engine that could match Jeremy Clarkson‘s 12 litres (732.3 cu in) Renault Magnum, but as light and as small as James May‘s Scania P94D. It was also the fastest among the three; it has a top speed that exceeds 90 miles per hour (145 km/h).

Gallery

Bibliography

  • Dai Davies, ERF: The Inside Story, 2009, 160p. 300 col. & b/w ill. h/b.
  • Peter Foden, 60 Years On: The Story of ERF, A British Commercial Vehicle Manufacturer, 1995, ISBN 0952213605, ISBN 978-0952213604, 96 pages

List of Models

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1949-03cv-erfModel V (1948- )1960-erf-kv546-reg-no-999-nvt 1957-erf-kv-ballast-tractor-reg-no-yyc-430 1956-erf-kv-reg-no-kjt-437-side 1956-erf-kv-reg-no-kjt-437-front 1956-erf-kv-reg-no-kjt-437 erf-kv-was-taken-in-the-yard-at-welwyn erf-kv-templemore-1991-youngs-in-templemore-co-tipperary-h erf-kv-54g-851ahr-a-nice-little-kv-unit-we-rescued-from erf-kv-this-kv-has-had-work-done-on-the-cab-but-i-dont-th 1992-erf-kv-merv-wines-sale-1992-bison-2 erf-kv-ici-buxton-limeworks-z erf-kv-coates-cider-ketton-cement-ahb 1963-erf-68g-kv-a-great-restoration-of-an-early-1960s-24-ton-g 1968-erf-68g-older-kv-cabbed-model-i-last-saw-it-at-oulton-par 1960-erf-64g-kv-a-gardner-6lw-120-bhp-engine-powers-this-erf erf-5-4-a-rare-type-with-a-kv4-cab 1968-erf-68g-kv-_-this-erf-was-about-to-go-out-of-service-with-th 1965-erf-56gts-kv-_-an-early-lv-cabbed-erf 1962-erf-kv-64gx-edward-beck-son-ltd-z-w 1959-erf-kv-66tsg-g-plant-macclesfield-253pma 1962-erf-64gx-kv-richard-read-transport-ltd-1737df erf-66r-kv-dan-taylor-benningfield-ltd-durban-sa erf-kv-ici-buxton-limeworks erf-66r-kv-bell-bros-pty-ltd-ubb601 erf-kv-66gsf-sabrina-park-gate-iron-rotherham-4874wu erf-kv-88r-thomas-hedley-co-ltd-newcastle-tanker-3136wy-by-e-r-f 1944-erf-kv-removal-van-registered-hgc-695 1961-erf-kv-54-g 1960-erf-kv-8-wheeler-flat 1957-erf-kv-ballast-tractor-8-6 1956-erf-kv-tractor-unit-100hp 1964-erf-kv-jss-246b-rj-strang 1962-erf-kv

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ERF KV
ERF KV 6LX 1966 - grille
ERF KV 6LX 1966 – grille

KV range (1954- )1971-erf-lv-reg-no-abw-896j 1971-erf-lv-tractor-reg-no-wjg-948j 1964-erf-lv-8-wheeler-reg-no-bom-948c erf-vgv337k-erf-lv-series-unit-2x1-ojh-smith-sons-lt jfl26d-chassie-no-12415-erf-lv-recabbed-with-a-b erf-66g-lv-probably-the-oldest-shomans-lorry-at-kirkcaldy erf-lv-swj886l-taken-at-cellar-clough-mills erf-lv-recovery-seen-at-an-essex-steam-rally-many-years-ag erf-lv-heavy-duty-well-thats-what-the-drivers-thought erf-lv-6x4-units-south-african-built erf-lv-6x4-articulated-bus-yes-bus-south-african 1968-erf-68g-lv-the-twin-of-the-previous-erf 1967-erf-68g-lv-a-very-tidy-showmans-van 1968-erf-68g-lv-cab-with-an-a-series-front-at-oulton-park-in-1 1966-erf-66g-lv-in-later-times-sported-a-1960s-square-style-me 1968-erf-54g-lv-and-g-rhodes-foden-fleetmaster-5419ru-and-rov 1967-erf-54g-lv-seen-in-its-last-days-having-been-put-off-the 1960-erf-54g-lv-on-the-fairs-about-25-years-ago-and-now-set-as 1962-erf-54g-lv-a-farm-lorry-that-was-still-working-in-the-late erf-54g-lv-a-fairly-rudimentary-recovery-wagon-with-a-gard erf-44lkg-not-many-of-the-small-56-ton-erfs-had-the-lv-ca erf-broken-lv-cummins-200 1965-erf-lv-66gx-scottish-newcasle-breweries-ebb217c 1965-erf-lv-64gx-whiteways-cider-duo547c 1965-erf-lv-64gx-r-goodall-duo546c 1965-erf-56gts-kv-_-an-early-lv-cabbed-erf 1964-erf-lv-long-door-ljl-cab-on-the-woolwich-ferry 1964-erf-lv-long-door-lv-jl-cab-on-the-woolwich-ferry 1964-erf-lv-66gx-6x4-heavy-haulage-tractor-unit 1963-erf-lv-44g-coates-cider-592xyb 1963-erf-lv-j-woolley-transport-ltd-230djw 1963-erf-64gx-lv-boalloy-long-door-edward-beck-son lvpygk8mpfsd2ml0a1h5 1963-erf-64gx-lv-boalloy-long-door-edward-beck-son-l 1963-erf-54g-lv-long-door-230djw-this-is-a-very-early 1963-1964-erf-lv-64gx-tractor-units-edward-beck-son 1963-erf-lv-66p-boalloy-long-door-sisk-ireland-nze524 1963-erf-54g-lv-jh-jennings-long-door-goodwin-kirk-sons-ltd-5081tu 1975-erf-lv8-livestock-transporter-engine-10450cc-gardner-diesel-registered-hcd 1972-erf-lv-flat-bed-180bhp 1972-erf-lv-flat-bed-180hp 1969-erf-lv 1963-erf-lv

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SONY DSC
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LV

LV range (1962- )1975-erf-a-series-reg-no-glg-139n 1974-erf-a-series-reg-no-gao-399n 1973-erf-a-series-reg-no-jjn-226l 1972-erf-a-series-reg-no-gbt-309l 1972-erf-a-series-reg-no-wtl-160k 1968-erf-a-series-reg-no-mdc-255g-a 1968-erf-a-series-reg-no-mdc-255g erf-64g-a-well-known-scottish-preserved-lorry erf-m16-a-lightweight-16-tonner-in-the-erf-range-in-the-ea erf-a-series-up-from-weston-super-mare-for-the-2011-ayrshi 1969-erf-a-series-more-usual-artic-version-of-the-a-series-wit 1968-erf-68g-lv-cab-with-an-a-series-front-at-oulton-park-in-1 1971-erf-a-series-dju-874kA Series (1972- )1979-erf-b-series-reg-no-cbu-915t 1979-erf-b-series-reg-no-gjf-530v 1975-erf-b-series-reg-no-kyb-926n 1996-erf-b-series-first-registered-in-1996 1978-erf-b-series-a-versatile-lorry-than-can-also-be-used-as-a 1980-erf-b-series-eagle-diesel

1978-erf-b

KONICA MINOLTA DIGITAL CAMERA
B Series (1974- )

1980-erf-c-series-streched-tractor-unit-cummins-250 1982-erf-c-series-not-as-erf-had-intended-i-think-note-the-li 1986-erf-c-series-gardner-230-turboC Series1982-erf-d-series-reg-no-xnw-290xD Series1996-e-series-reg-no-p680-ytt

1988-e-series-reg-no-f521-mbl 1987-e-series-reg-no-e733-scl-front 1987-e-series-reg-no-d111-cvt 1987-e-series-10-litre-reg-no-e733-scl j-barretts-erf-e-series-e414uhs-pennine-eagleE Series

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BÜSSING Trucks

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BÜSSING Trucks Germany

I first made a two blogs about Büssing Buses. See the next links:

https://myntransportblog.com/2013/10/31/buses-bussing-germany-i/

https://myntransportblog.com/2013/10/31/buses-bussing-germany-ii/

Büssing AG was a German bus and truck manufacturer, established in 1903 by Heinrich Büssing (1843–1929) in Braunschweig. It quickly evolved to one of the largest European producers, whose utility vehicles with the Brunswick Lion emblem were widely distributed, especially from the 1930s onwards. The company was taken over by MAN AG in 1971.

Heinrich Büssing

1903 Büssing ZU-550, Bj. 19031903 MHV_Büssing_ZU-550_01

 1903 Büssing ZU-550 truck on display in the Deutsches Museum, Munich

At the age of 60, the inventor and businessman Heinrich Büssing together with his two sons founded the Heinrich-Büssing-Spezialfabrik für Motorwagen und Motoromnibusse. Büssing, the son of a blacksmith dynasty at Nordsteimke (in present-day Wolfsburg), had studied engineering at the Collegium Carolinum in Braunschweig and had founded several bicycle, engineering and railway signal works with varying degress of success. His first truck was a 2-ton payload machine powered by a 2-cylinder gasoline engine and featuringworm drive. That successful design was later built under license by other companies in Germany, Austria, Hungary and by Straker-Squire in England.

One year later he debuted a first 20 HP omnibus model carrying up to twelve passengers on the route from Braunschweig to Wendeburg, operated by his own Automobil-Omnibus-Betriebs-Gesellschaft. Büssing busses soon served public transport in European cities like Berlin (ABOAG), Vienna and Prague (Fross–Büssing), or London.

History

Before World War I Büssing started to build heavy-duty trucks for the time. These trucks featured 4- and 6-cylinder engines (5 tonnes and 11 tonnes, respectively). In 1914 the Büssing A5P armored car was developed at the behest of the German Oberste Heeresleitung. After the war, Heinrich Büssing had to enter a Kommanditgesellschaft limited partnership, converted into the Büssing AG joint-stock company in 1922. In 1923, Büssing introduced the first rigid three-axle chassis which was used in upcoming models and allowed Büssing to lead the market share in Germany in commercial vehicles.

Büssing Ludewig Kiepe O-Bus

 Büssing trolleybus preserved at the Frankfurt-am-Main Transport Museum.

Büssing NAG used inmates of several Nazi concentration camps in Braunschweig from 1944 to March 1945 for slave labor. These camps were subcamps to the Neuengamme concentration camp.

After World War II civilian production resumed with 5-tonne and later 7-tonne trucks. In 1950, the company name became Büssing Nutzkraftwagen GmbH and production was concentrated on underfloor-engined trucks which were to become the firm’s speciality. Most tractor units and all normal-control trucks had vertical engines, but in the mid 1960s there was a version of their Commodore maximum-weight tractor unit, the 16-210, which had a horizontal diesel mounted under the cab ahead of the front axle, the gearbox being mounted halfway along the truck’s chassis.

In 1969, Büssing started strong ties with MAN AG. MAN was a customer to some Büssing’s innovative trucks and parts while they were promoting their own line-up. In 1971, an MAN takeover of Büssing was announced. MAN started to use the lion logo on its newly named “MAN-Büssing” trucks. Büssing’s unique underfloor-engined truck range continued in production under the MAN AG through to the late 1980s.

Acquisitions

  • First acquisition for Büssing was Mannesmann-Mulag Motoren und Lastwagen AG of Aachen.
  • Elbing plant of Automobil Fabrik Kornnick AG.
  • In 1934, Neue Automobil Gesellschaft (NAG). After the takeover Büssing used the brand Büssing-NAG until 1950.
  • Büssing took over the Borgward plant at Osterholz-Scharmbeck in 1962. This plant used for building military 4-tonne 4×4. (1968 Factory was sold to Faun-Werke GmbH)

Innovations

  • 1923: The Büssing III GL 6 is the world’s first full-size bus
  • 1930s: Büssing began building heavy duty trucks with diesel engines
  • 1936: Büssing pioneered the horizontal “underfloor” diesel engines
  • During World War II Büssing once again supplied military vehicles including 6×4 armoured cars and an 8×8 with all-wheel steering.

Trolleybus production

Büssing manufactured trolleybuses between 1933 and 1966, producing approximately 71 models. Most were for German cities, but production also included three trolleybuses for Chernyakhovsk, Russia, in 1939; four for Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1940–42; and 14 for Lucerne, Switzerland, in 1965. In Turkey, ESHOT converted 21 Büssing motorbuses into trolleybuses in 1962 and 1968 (these are not counted in the total of 71 given above). At least four Büssing trolleybuses have been preserved, including ones at the Frankfurt Transport Museum,DE at the Hannoversches Straßenbahn-Museum and at the Historama transport museum in Ferlach, Austria.

  1. Jump up^ The main camp Büssing and Schilldenkmal is listed as No. 165 Braunschweig in the official German list (German)
  2. Jump up^ Eckermann, Erik (2001). World History of the Automobile. SAE International. p. 127. ISBN 9780768008005. Retrieved 5 December 2012.
  3. ^ Jump up to:a b c d Murray, Alan (2000). World Trolleybus Encyclopaedia, p. 103. Yateley, Hampshire, UK: Trolleybooks. ISBN 0-904235-18-1.

1903 Büssing LKW 1903 Büssing truck 1-5th size model, Braunschweig, wood and iron 1903 Büssing ZU-550, Bj. 1903 1903 MHV_Büssing_ZU-550_01 1904 Büssing 1 Omnibus 1904 Büssing Linienbusses von 1904 1905 Büssing 1912 Büssing IV 1914 Büssing double-deck 1916 bussing beers ad 1917 Büssing artillery tractor, 4x4 1918 Büssing 2V 1922 Büssing busserie2 Büssing, Braunschweig(D) (via A. Beers, 's-Gravenhage) - Lange & Gützeit 1922 Büssing Sauggaswage 1922 Büssing, Braunschweig(D) (via A. Beers, 's-Gravenhage) - Lange & Gützeit, Berlijn(D) 1924 Büssing B-7571 Joure 1925 Büssing NAG-ABOAG(NAG) 1925 Büssing omnibus Baydekarte 1926 Büssing bus ReichsPost 1927 Büssing D 3 Büssing 1927 Büssing Double-Deck 1927 Büssing Krupp bus 20 Berlin

Die Eröffnung der Internationalen Automobilausstellung in den Ausstellungshallen am Kaiserdamm in Berlin! Blick auf den Büssing-Stand mit Chassis für Lastkraft.
Die Eröffnung der Internationalen Automobilausstellung in den Ausstellungshallen am Kaiserdamm in Berlin! Blick auf den Büssing-Stand mit Chassis für Lastkraft.

1928 Büssing Hochsitz Ausflugwagen Büssing 1928 Büssing III GL Aufbau Rembrandt Delmenhorst Z 1931 Büssing-NAG 3GL6, 6x6 1932 Büssing - NAG tipo 300 1932 Büssing ili krupp bus Berlin Z 1932 Büssing-NAG G31, 6x6 1932 Büssings offroad truck Dreiachs-Querfeldein-Lastkraftwagen 1932 Lastkraftwagen_mit_Hochkipper 1933 Büssing Bus 1934 Büssing D 2 Büssing 1934 Büssing-NAG80N-Langer Sachse 1935 Büssing D 3 Büssing 1935 Büssing NAG Aerodynamisch 1935 Büssing, Nag. 3080 cc, 65 horsepower Madrid 1935 Büssing–NAG Bi-motor concept art 1935 Büssing-Nag Burglöwe spanje 1936 Büssing Nag bus 1936 büssing-Baydekarte 1936 Büssing-NAG BN L7 (Sd.Kfz.6) 1937 Büssing-NAG Tipo 400T 1937 Büssing-NAG tipo 650T 1938 Büssing ili krupp bus 1938 Büssing NAG 900 N 1938 Büssing NAG 900N mit WUMAG Karosserie 1938 Büssing NAG 1938 Büssing polizeibus 1938 büssing-d38-07 1938 Büssing-NAG model bus 1938 Büssing-NAG 1938 Büssing-NAG 500 LD6-DAB mit Anhänger Nr. A abbusanhnger1950 1939 büssing EDO X 1939 Büssing Nag D 1939 Büssing NAG E3 (BVG6), 6-cyl 1939 Büssing omnibus Baydekarte 1940 Büssing NAG 305TV - Verheul, Waddinxveen 1941 Büssing Nag Omnibus Burglöwe 1941 Büssing-NAG 4500S 1941 Büssing-NAG BN9 recovery vehicle 1943 Büssing-NAG SWS heavy tractor 1944 Bundesarchiv_Bild_101I-315-1117-18,_Italien,_LKW_auf_überfluteter_Landstraße 1945 Büssing-Bus 1948 bussing 18 1948 Büssing-NAG 5000 S (1948) 1948 Büssing-NAG 5000 S Pritschenlastzug 1948 Büssing-NAG, do tipo 500T 1949 bussing 04 1949 Büssing NAG 5000 TU 1949 Büssing Nag E3 omnibus Dresden Baydekarte 1949 Büssing Oranje Wit 1949 Büssing 1949 Büssing-5000TU-Reisebus-weiss-rot-Str-weiss 1950 bussing 16 1950 Büssing Ackermann Fahrzeugbau 1950 Büssing NAG Typ 5000 S Diesel Deutsche-Bundespost 1950-54 Büssing 8000 Lastwagen 1950's Büssing 4000 T Omnibus der 50er Jahre 1950's Büssing Omnibus in Originallackierung der Braunschweigischen Verkehrsbetriebe in den 50er Jahren

1951 Büssing 5000 tu België 1951 Büssing 5000 TU D 1951 Büssing D2U 64 Doppeldecker 1952 Büssing 5500 Kamphuis Barneveld SB-32-34 a 1952 Büssing 5500 Kamphuis Barneveld SB-32-34 1952 Büssing 12000 T 1952 Büssing anderthalb 1952 Büssing bus voor de EBAD 1952 Büssing truck 12000 1952 Büssing U12000 1952 Büssing voor de LTM 1953 Büssing 6000 A Zugmaschine 1953 Büssing 8000 Doppelkabine, 132 kW (180 PS) vmax 65 km 1953 Büssing 12000 Spielvogel 1 1953 Büssing 12000 Spielvogel 3 1953 Büssing 12000 Spielvogel 7 1954 Büssing 7500 S Kipper-Lastzug 1954 Büssing Nag 6500T 1955 Büssing 5000 TU Nr. 51 am Brückenkopf, Juli 1955 1955 Büssing Emmelmann 4500T 5391cc 6cyl 1955 Büssing-Bus mit dem Kennzeichen OS T H 1955 Büssing-Gelenkbusse mit zweiachsigem Nachläufer 1955 Maurits Express 11 Büssing 4500T 1955-63 Büssing Commodore U – 192 PS 1956 Büssing 4500T Edesche Carr gebr v Eerten bus-14 1956 BÜSSING carrossé par BELLE-CLOT de Grenoble 1956 BUSSING RAGHENO 6500T 1956 Büssing voor Ebatours 1957 Büssing LS 11 Koffer-Lkw (geschlossener Aufbau) 1957 Büssing LU 11-16 Pritschenlastzug 1957 Büssing superbe 0757 1958 Büssing Emmelmann 4500T 1958-1972 Bussing TU11 Macchi 1958 .entro il 1972 stefer b e bussing 6010 1959 Büssing LS 77, 7 Tonnen Nutzlast, 12 Tonnen Gesamtgewicht, 106 kW (145 PS), vmax 87 km 1959 Bussing Type. LU 11 1959 Büssing 1960 Büssing truck pic1 1960 Büssing truck pic2 1960 Büssing truck pic7 1960-63 Büssing TU5N carr. Van Rooijen, Montfoort TB-79-73 1961 Büssing Burglöwe U Pritschenkipper 1961 Büssing LU 5-10 Burglöwe Pullmann-Möbelwagen 1961 Büssing LU11 Commodore 1961 Büssing R'dams Tanktransport Deventer 1961-03-08 1961 büssing-busse-tu-7-02b-0161 1962 Bussing Commodore 20 1962 Büssing Commodore S Pritschen-Lkw 1962 BUSSING hs 1962 Büssing LS5-10 Burglöwe 115 PS 1963 Büssing DF 63 Orenstein & Koppel 1963 Büssing KMS 12 Krauss-Maffei 1963 Büssing LU 11-16 Pritschen-Lkw 1963 Büssing-Möbeltransporter mit Unterflurmotor, Ackermann-Aufbau

hp photosmart 720
hp photosmart 720

1964 Büssing Amazone 14RU1- Präsident+v Rooyen 1964 Büssing BS110V-Linienbus-ZWS-Info-Mobil-weiss 1964 büssing busse-oldtimer 1964 Büssing Commodore SAK Pritschenkipper 1964 Büssing E2U 64 1964 Büssing Präfekt Linienbus Wuppertaler Stadtwerke WSW 1964 Büssing Senator 13D von 1964 1964 Büssing-BS110V-Linienbus-ZWS-Info-Mobil-weiss 1964 Büssing-busse-oldtimer-02b 1965 Büssing 1152 1965 Büssing Commodore U, Motor U 11-200, 161 kW (220 PS), Hubraum 11774 ccm, 8400 kg Nutzlast, Gesamtgewicht 16000 kg 1965 Büssing DE65 mit der Wagen-Nr. 1662 auf der Linie 97 1965 Büssing LT 11 (Staubsauger), 93 kW (125 PS), vmax 75 km-h 1965 Büssing Trambusse 1965 Büssing truck 11 LT 135hp 75 km-u 6.4 metric tons 1965 Bussing 1965 Büssing-Anderthalbdecker von 1965 aus Braunschweig in restauriertem Zustand 2015 (ältester original erhaltener 1½-Decker Deutschlands) 1965 Büssing-Ludewig Senator Verbund Eineinhalbdecker Stadtwerke Braunschweig 1966 Büssing Aosa Grens 1966 Büssing BS 15 AK Allrad-Pritschenkipper 1966 Büssing Konsul 11 1966 Büssing Präfekt 15 U 11 Emmelmann 1966 Büssing-Emmelmann 14 RU 11 D Gelenkbus Stadtwerke Münster SWM

Zentralbild/Link 10.6.1967 Westdeutscher Grenzkontrollpunkt Helmstedt.
Zentralbild/Link 10.6.1967
Westdeutscher Grenzkontrollpunkt Helmstedt.

1967 Büssing BS 16 L Koffer-Lkw 1967 Büssing BS 16 1967 Büssing Burglöwe LS 7 Pritschen-Lkw 1967 Büssing Commodore U 11 D, 210 PS Büssing & Sohn Fahrerhaus 1967 Büssing DD BS110 EC 1967 Büssing Präfekt Linienbus Wuppertaler Stadtwerke WSW 1968 Büssing BS 16 L Pritschenlastzug 1968 Büssing BS 110 V Linienbus (Ausstellungswagen) 1968 Büssing Prefekt 1969 Büssing BS 20 S 2 Sattelschlepper 1969 Büssing BS 100 GT 1969 BUSSING VS 110 V 1970 BüSSING 2a Globus Reisen Bonn 1970 Büssing B 12 1970 Büssing BS 16 1970 Büssing BS 110 V 1970 Büssing BS13 FSA 135 PS 1970 Büssing truck 1970 Büssing-Emmelmann BSE 120 GT Reisebus (Wohnmobil) 1971 Büssing BS 16 L 1971 Büssing BS 20 Silosattel 1971 Büssing BS12L RL43, Dutch licence registration BE-47-26 pic1 1972 Büssing BS 16 L Wechselbrücke 1972 Büssing BS 110 V für Berlin 1972 Büssing Doppelstöcker-Oldtimer Büssing 1973 Büssing DE 72, BVG B-Z 2437H, Berlin Philharmonie 1974 Büssing 16.240 1980 MAN-Büssing 22.320 1981 MAN 22.321 UNL, Büssing, 236 kW (320 PS)

1982 WBX-MAN a Sharjah-UAE arev Büssing MAN -Avtomontaza Bus Büssing - panoramio Bussing (2) Bussing ++ bussing 01 bussing 02 Büssing 2 sst Bussing 2 bussing 03 Bussing 3 BUSSING 4 (2) BUSSING 4 (3) Bussing 4 bussing 05 bussing 06 BÜSSING 6cyl diesel U11 200ps Büssing 6cyl RSK G 59003 bussing 07 bussing 08 bussing 09 Büssing 9F96 in Suriname bussing 10 bussing 11 büssing 11r-u7-01 büssing 11r-u7-02 bussing 12 bussing 13 bussing 14 bussing 15 bussing 17 bussing 19 bussing 20 Bussing 21 Bussing 22 Büssing 141 V8 Bouwcenter NL Büssing 291

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Büssing 1876 Büssing 2010_09_27_Hannover_172836_(8599735515) Büssing 4000 T Omnibus Wandervogel

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Büssing 4500 Büssing 4500T (bus 14) Scheveningen Büssing 6000 Pritschen-Lkw büssing 6000 Büssing 7500 S Büssing 8000 hellgrün Büssing 8000 mit Schwalbennest Büssing 8000 Möbeltransporter Büssing 8000 Möbelwagen Büssing 8000 Pritschenkipper Büssing 8000 Pritschen-Lkw Büssing 8000 S 13 Büssing 8000 S Pritschen-Lkw Büssing 8572 büssing 57805 Büssing Amazone 14RU1- Präsident+v Rooyen, bjr 1964 Bussing antiek nl Büssing autobus Koenigsberg Büssing B ZU 629H Büssing B&N BB 43 23 Büssing b Büssing Bahnbus Büssing berliner-verkehrsbetriebe-bvg-2219 Büssing Bouwcenter EB Büssing Bouwcenter NL

NCA001000445_003, 15-08-2007, 13:55, 8C, 7926x6322 (0+3), 100%, NCAD, 1/80 s, R42.6, G11.4, B8.9
NCA001000445_003, 15-08-2007, 13:55, 8C, 7926×6322 (0+3), 100%, NCAD, 1/80 s, R42.6, G11.4, B8.9

BÜSSING Brouwerij Bodenstein Büssing BS 16 L Pritschenlastzug Büssing BS 16 L Pritschen-Lkw Büssing BS 100 GT 1969 Büssing BS 110 V 1970 Büssing BS 110 V Linienbus (Informations-Bus) Büssing bs-100-gt-06 Büssing bs-110-v-01 Büssing BS120v-n Büssing Burglöwe U Pritschenkipper a Büssing Bus 33 Büssing Bus 80 fährt nach Neuenkirchen Büssing Bus als Linie 13E in Tegel Büssing Bus als Linie Büssing Bus aus Hamburg Büssing Bus in Alt-Heiligensee, 14. 9. 2008 Büssing Bus Nr. 43 (Typ 6000T) mit Elzer Aufbau BÜSSING Bus OS Büssing bus ReichsPost Büssing Bus vor der Abfahrt nach Schildow büssing bus-100-gt-06 büssing bus-110-v-01 büssing busse-4000-t-02b-0070 büssing busse-4500-t-02b-200020 Büssing bussen die terzijde stonden waren de BT-11 en de BT-12 büssing busse-oldtimer-02b-0078 büssing busse-oldtimer-02b-100010 büssing busse-praefekt-13-02b-200035 büssing busse-praefekt-13-02b-200036 Büssing busse-tu-7-02b-0161 Büssing Bzs als Linie BÜSSING carrossé par BELLE-CLOT de Grenoble (1956)

Büssing Commodore LU 11-16 (9933023124) H.S. Frederiks BV

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Büssing Commodore U büssing commodore-03 büssing commodore-05 büssing commodore-09 Büssing D2 büssing d2-01 büssing d2u-05 Büssing DD BS110 EC1967

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Büssing Det... Fotograf Henriksen Büssing Doppeldeckerbus Büssing Doppelstockbus Berlin Büssing Doppelstockbus Nr. 601 Büssing Durst Malz Büssing E2U 64

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büssing e2u-s-präsident-05 Büssing Eindecker der HHA (Hamburg) Büssing Eindecker und ein Mercedes-Eindecker auf dem Dorffest in Heiligensee Büssing Emmelmann 14 RU 11 D, Wagen 311 der Stadtwerke Münster Büssing Emmelmann 4500T Büssing Emmelmann 6500T Emmelmann Reise Aufbau 1956 BÜSSING Emmelmann Gelenkzug Präsident Verbund aug 1963 Büssing Emmelmann President Verbund Gelenkwagen Büssing Emmelmann-Busse 6500 T Büssing Gaubschat DE72 4TP Büssing gebr v d veen Büssing Gebr. Kamphuis Barneveld Büssing gebr. v d Bos Naaldwijk Holland Büssing Geel-Grijs Classic_car_show_Waalwijk_2013_(unedited)_(9497633374) Bussing h Büssing Hansa Leeuwarden Büssing ili krupp bus Büssing im Bild Büssing Joh Kreyger Büssing Jonckheere AB-14-88 NL BAK Büssing Karl Schaftt Büssing Kipper BS A 4500H Büssing Kipper in actie Büssing Konsul AUCOOP büssing konsul-11dx-01 Büssing Krupp-Man Bus Bussing Laborieux bac a sable1 BÜSSING lastwagens büssing ld5-01 büssing ld5-06 BÜSSING LKW Auto Union Renndienst Büssing Logo Chrome Gold Blew Büssing LS 11 FK Pritschenkipper Büssing LT 11

Internationale Automobilausstellung für Nutzfahrzeuge, Hannover 2004 Büssing 22-150 Decklaster, Baujahr 1965, 110 kW (150 PS), vmax 80km/h, Länge 10,32 m, Gewicht 7300 kg
Internationale Automobilausstellung für Nutzfahrzeuge, Hannover 2004
Büssing 22-150 Decklaster, Baujahr 1965, 110 kW (150 PS), vmax 80km/h, Länge 10,32 m, Gewicht 7300 kg

büssing lu-11-16-commodore-09 Büssing Ludewig Kiepe O-Bus Bussing MAN met koeloplegger uit Griekenland Büssing Marbe Gelco Bussing met DAF aanhanger Büssing Milchtanker Süss Erben Bussing Möbelwagen Büssing NAG 6 zyl diesel Büssing NAG 500T Büssing NAG bus Vierkanter Büssing NAG bus Büssing NAG fiatvin Büssing nag WH omnibus Baydeww2 Büssing NAG, 4 x 2 Büssing NAG-Zug des VEB Kraftverkehr Karl-Marx-Stadt Büssing Omnibus in Originallackierung der Braunschweigischen Büssing Omnibus, Frankfurt Büssing Präfekt 13 (3) Büssing Präfekt 13 Büssing Präfekt 13D Dieser Bus Büssing Präfekt 15 U 11 Emmelmann 1966 Büssing Präsident 14 Büssing Präsident Buch Büssing Racing Car Transporter (Healey) Shot at the Silverstone Classic Büssing Reisebuch BÜSSING Reisebusse Ad Büssing Rheinbahn Museumswagen 8927 Bussing RTT nl Büssing Senator 15 Büssing Senator Bus in Hagen 2007 BÜSSING Senator Stadtbusse Büssing Senator Verbund-Aero 1 1-2 Deck büssing senator-02 büssing senator-04 büssing senator-10 Büssing Stadtbus Münster Büssing SU Büssing Supercargo SAK mit Kranaufbau Büssing Taufrisch Büssing Tractor Büssing Trambus typ 6500 T + Emmelmann aufbau Büssing Trambusses 6000 T mit Unterflurdieselmotor in Mainz Büssing Trambusses 6000 T Büssing Trolleybus Osnabruck D Büssing TU 4500 Emmelman BY-31 BÜSSING TU5 Büssing TU5N (busnummer 24) Büssing TU5N büssing tu-7-04 büssing tu-10-02