AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XVII on Alphabet beginning with T till U

AMBULANCES + HEARSES part XVII on Alphabet beginning with T till U

Talbot Ambulances and Hearses

TAM 110 Ambulance Trucks

TATA Ambulances and Hearses

TATRA Krankenwagen – Ambulance and Hearse

TAZ Trnavské automobilové závody (Škoda) Ambulances and Hearses

TEMPO – Tempo Matador – DKW – Hansa – Tempo Hanomag  Ambulances, Krankenwagen, Hearses, Leichenwagen, Bestattungsvehicle e.s.o.

TESLA Hearses


My beautiful picture

Toyota Ambulances and Hearses

1924 Trojan RAF ambulance

1954 Trojan Perkins Diesel Ambulance

Trojan Ambulances

That were the T’s

up to the U

AMBULANCES part XI Ambulances on Alphabet beginning with L till MB

AMBULANCES part XI Ambulances on Alphabet beginning with LandRover till MB

Ambulance LAND ROVER SANTANA AMBULANCIA Land Rover and Range Rover Ambulances


Land rover and Range rover Hearses and Limousines

LDV Leyland-DAF-Van

Leyland Comet, Leyland Bus ambulances

(Ashok) Leyland Hearses

 Lorraine de Dietrich Ambulances since 1900 – ?

Till sofar The ambulances and hearses with L


  Magirus-Deutz – Iveco Deutz ex ambulances or aid trucks

Mahindra Genio Ambulance

Mahindra Ambulances and Hearses

MAN Ambulance Units, EHBO Post, Commando Unit e.s.o.

MANTRA Ambulance Roman

Maserati Hearses

1952 Matador Luxus – Krankenwagen

Tempo MATADOR – Bajaj MATADOR – Force Matador  Ambulances, Medipoints, Krankenwagen, Hearses e.s.o.

1953 MAZ 653 ПАЗ-653 ’02–05.1953




Logo from a German Hanomag car ad from 1931

 Builder’s Plate of Hannoversche Maschinenbau locomotive No 1477 of 1882 0-6-0 at the Finnish Railway Museum

Hanomag (Hannoversche Maschinenbau AG) was a German producer of steam locomotives, tractors, trucks and military vehicles in Hanover. Hanomag first achieved international fame by delivering a large number of steam locomotives to Finland, Romania and Bulgaria before World War I. In 1925 they added automobiles to their line, additionally moving in 1931 into the production of construction machinery. Since 1989, the company has been part of the Komatsu company.


1932 Hanomag Railway Engine

Hanomag Railway Engine built in 1932

The company dates back to 1835 when Georg Egestorff founded in Linden near Hanover a company called Eisen-Giesserey und Maschinenfabrik Georg Egestorff to build small steam engines. They soon started making farm machinery and in 1846 built their first railway locomotive for the Royal Hanoverian State Railways. By 1870 they had made 500 locomotives and in 1871 changed their name to Hannoversche Maschinenbau Actien-Gesellschaft vorm. Georg Egestorff, Linden vor Hannover. Road vehicles followed when in 1905 they received a contract for steam waggons for theGerman army.

Petrol engined vehicles followed in 1912 with a line of farm tractors.

1882 Hannoversche Maschinenbau locomotive No 1477 of 1882 0-6-0 at the Finnish Railway Museum

 Hannoversche Maschinenbau locomotive No 1477 of 1882 0-6-0 at the Finnish Railway Museum


1927 Hanomag Kommissbrot

1924-29 Hanomag 2-10 PS Kommissbrot 1926 Hanomag 2-10 PS 1926 Hanomag 2-20 PS Kommissbrot Limousine 1926 Hanomag Kommissbrot Autostadt 1926 Hanomag Pitriet 1926 Hanomag2-10PS-rear 1926-Hanomag-2-10-PS-“Kommissbrot”

 1924-29 Hanomag 2/10PS “Kommissbrot”
1936 Hanomag-rekord
Hanomag 1.5 Litre “Rekord” 1936

By the 1920s, the market for steam road vehicles was in terminal decline and Hanomag looked to cars as the future, particularly economy models. In 1925, they launched the Hanomag 2/10, a 370 kg (816 lb) open two seater with a rear-mounted 500cc single-cylinder water cooled engine. Named Zweisitzer Limousine (two-seat limousine) by the company, its rounded front and rear gained it the nickname Kommissbrot for its resemblance to a loaf of Army bread. Although made in large numbers, 15,775 in total, it did not make much money for the company and in the late 1920s the railway locomotive division was sold to Henschel & Son of Kassel.

A more conventional car, the 3/16PS, and the first diesel engined tractors, came in 1928, taking the company back into profit. Hanomag were badly hurt by the drop in trade in 1929 and built a large stock of unsold vehicles. Things improved in 1930 and the company got 14 per cent of the domestic car market, second place behind Opel, but in 1931 a new crisis came when the banks called a loan. The factory was mortgaged to Hannover City and the Vereinigte Stahlwerketrust and the company relaunched as Hanomag Automobil und Schlepperbau GmbH.

For 1932, a new small car, the 1.1 Litre, renamed the Garant in 1934, was announced and sold well allowing two shift working to be introduced and it was joined by the larger 1.5 litre Rekord (a name later used by Opel) in 1933 with independent front suspension. A diesel Rekord was shown at the 1936 Berlin Motor Show.

Military vehicles

During World War II, the car plant made military vehicle engines, a military version of their heavy tractor renamed the SS-100, and half track troop carriers. Hanomag 20 B, a 4-wheel-drive Small Unit-Personnel Carrier was produced 1937-1940 (ca. 2000) under the parentage of Stoewer (as the R180, R200 and Type 40). Capacity problems by Stoewer resulted in co-production by both BMW (as the 325) and Hanomag. Together the three manufacturers made ca. 10.000 units. The special 4-wheel-steering system was fitted on most models. Operating a “lock-level” between the front seats made the steerable rear axle turn sideways to a certain angle.

The single most important and iconic military vehicle to be designed and built by Hanomag during World War II was the Sd.Kfz. 251 half-track (commonly called simply “the Hanomag”) with a total production numbering just over 15,000. Built to protect and transport the Panzergrenadier mechanized infantry forces, it was by far the most common German armoured troop-carrying vehicle of WWII, and a direct precursor to the armoured personnel carriers of today. In comparison to the most common Allied half-track of the war, the M3 Half-track, the Sd.KFz 251 was slower and lower-powered but with thicker, sloping side armor that provided better protection; the flat-sided M3 was at one point panned as the “Purple Heart Box” for being unable to stop7.92mm bullets at close range, while the Hanomag’s sloping side armor deflected the .30-caliber bullets of the Allies with no similar issue.

Post war production resumed making trailer units followed by tractors and in 1949 a 1.5 ton truck. Although prototypes were made, no cars were produced postwar. Rudolph Hiller, who had been president of Phänomen trucks, joined the board and restructured the company by arranging for it to join the Rheinstahl consortium in 1952.

Merger & Split

1969 Hanomag-Henschel F 65

1969 Hanomag-Henschel F 65

In 1964, Rheinstahl took over Henschel-Werke and in a reverse of history the company was merged with Hanomag.

Hanomag Perfekt 400e

 Hanomag Perfekt 400e

The farm tractor operation was sold to Massey Ferguson and in 1969 the truck making division of Hanomag-Henschel went to Daimler Benz, leaving the Hanover works making earth-moving machinery for Massey Ferguson.

In 1989, the world’s second largest construction machine manufacturer, Komatsu, bought a share of Hanomag AG and since 2002 Komatsu Hanomag GmbH has been a 100% subsidiary of the global company.

Construction machinery

A loader of Hanomag in Germany

 Hanomag loader

In Hanover, the company is producing wheel loaders ranging from 54 to 353 hp (263 kW) and since 2005 also has been producing wheeled excavators from 14 to 22 tons. Thanks to the European Technical Center (EUTC), these correspond to the latest state of technology. In Hanover, the company develops construction machines which meet varied requirements of customers all over Europe as well as for certain products also worldwide.

See also


  1. Jump up^ G.N. Georgano Cars: Early and Vintage, 1886-1930. (London: Grange-Universal, 1985)
  2. Jump up^ G.N. Georgano.

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