ANADOL

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Anadol Cars Istanbul Turkey 1966-1991

ANADOL
Private
Industry Automotive
Founded 1966
Defunct 1991
Headquarters Istanbul, Turkey
Key people
Vehbi Koç
Products Automobile, Pick-Up
Parent Koç Holding

Anadol was Turkey‘s first domestic mass-production passenger vehicle, and the second Turkish car after the ill-fated Devrim sedan of 1961.

Anadol cars and pick-ups were manufactured by Otosan Otomobil Sanayii in Istanbul between 1966 and 1991.

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1966 Anadol

Seven Anadol models were produced:

A1 (1966–1975), A2 (1970–1981), STC-16 (1973–1975), SV-1600 (1973–1982), Böcek (1975–1977), A8-16 (1981–1984) and Otosan 500 Pick-Up (1971–1991).

Production of the Anadol passenger cars was discontinued in 1986, while the production of the Otosan 500 Pick-Up continued until 1991. At present, Otosan builds Ford Motor Company‘s passenger cars and commercial vehicles, which are exported to numerous countries in the world, particularly to the European Union member states.

Anadol A1 (1966-1975)
Anadol A1
Anadol A1 in Cambridge
Overview
Production 1966-1975
Designer Ogle
Powertrain
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Transmission 4-Speed Manual gearbox
Dimensions
Wheelbase 2,565 mm (101.0 in)
Length 4,381 mm (172.5 in)
Width 1,644 mm (64.7 in)
Height 1,422 mm (56.0 in)
Curb weight 828 kg (1,825.4 lb)

The Anadol A1, code named FW5 by Reliant which developed the prototype upon Anadol’s request, went into production on 19 December 1966. The styling of the A1 was by Tom Karen of Ogle Design. In 1967 a New Zealand entrepreneur, Alan Gibbs, announced that he intended to also produce the car in his country as the Anziel Nova. This project never proceeded beyond the initial announcement and prototype.

1969 Anadol A1 MkI Önden Görünüm

1969 Anadol A1 MkI Önden Görünüm

Production of the A1 started at Otosan’s new eastside Istanbul plant on 16 December 1966 with the 1200 cc Cortina engine, but in October 1968 it was replaced with the stronger 1300 cc Kent engine. In 1969 the dashboard gauges were updated with a new design and their positions were changed, while the ergonomic design of the steering wheel was improved. In 1970 the two round headlamps at front were replaced with oval headlamps, a new transmission system was introduced, and the bumpers were changed. In 1971 the interior of the roof was covered with vinyl, in accordance with the fashion of that period. The design essentially remained this way until April 1972.

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Anadol A1 MkII 1974

In 1971 a special model of the A1 was developed in dedication to the Mediterranean Games in İzmir, called the Akdeniz (Mediterranean). Anadol Akdeniz was like a prelude of the new model which arrived in 1972, and had bumpers which were integrated to the shape of the bodywork, a different front grille, rectangular headlamps with white signal lamps, and different rear lights. The interior of the car was also completely changed, with a new dashboard, new seats and new finishing materials. Starting from 1972, this model became the standard coupé of Anadol until its production was stopped in 1975.

The five-seat body was built from fibre glass and affixed to an h-frame chassis. The Anadol was originally only available as a coupé, but in late 1973 was joined by a saloon (sedan) and an estate version. The chassis had independent front suspension utilising coil springs and leaf springs on a live axle for the rear. Brakes were disc in the front and drum in the rear. The steering system used a recirculating ball mechanism.

1972 Anadol A1 rear

 Rear of Anadol A1 Mk II (1972)

Anadol A1 was also the first Turkish rally car, and Anadol Ralli Takımı (ART) became the first Turkish rally team. The first official rally in Turkey, the 1968 Trakya (Thrace) Rally, was won by the famous duo of Anadol A1 pilots, Renç Koçibey and Demir Bükey. Other famous Anadol A1 rally pilots included İskender Atakan, Claude (Klod) Nahum, Mete Oktar, Şükrü Okçu and Serdar Bostancı. Famous rally driver Romolo Marcopoli was also an A1 fan.

Still in 1968, another Turkish driver, İskender Aruoba, participated in the 30,000 km Africa-Asia-Europe Tour, which lasted 8 months, with his Anadol A1.

Anadol A2 (1970-1981)

1976-81 Anadol SL A2

 Anadol SL (1976-1981) was the later version of the Anadol A2 series

Anadol A2 was both Anadol’s first four-door model, and the first fiberglass bodied four-door sedan in the world.

Its prototype was prepared in 1969 and the car was introduced to the market in 1970.

Apart from having four doors and a single wide front bench seat for both the driver and the passenger, the first versions of the A2 shared the same technical specifications with the A1. Starting from April 1972, the front part of the A2 received the same changes that the A1 received that year (including the new nose, front grille and headlamps) and this design went on until the end of 1975.

In 1976 a new version of the A2, the SL, was introduced. The biggest changes in the exterior appearance of the car were made in the front and the back, with new lamps. Particularly the rear lamps had a completely new appearance. The interior was also completely changed, with a new steering wheel, new dashboard and new finishing materials.

The A2 was also the first Anadol model which received extensive crash tests in order to improve the safety of the car.

Since the A2 was primarily designed as a family sedan, and was also suitable for commercial uses (usually as a taxi), it became the best selling Anadol passenger car, with a total of 35,668 units sold. The A2 was replaced by the A8-16 in 1981.

 Anadol P2 500 / 600 (1971-1991)

Anadol P2 500 Pickup

 Anadol P2 500 pickup

In trying to fill a need for light transports, the first prototype pickup truck (on A1 basis) was developed by Bernar Nahum in 1970. Series production began the following year, equipped with the 1.3-liter Ford Crossflow engine also used in saloons. The P2 also received the new nose of the facelifted A1. In the 1980s this was upgraded to the 1.6-liter Ford Pinto, as seen in other Anadols as well. After 1983, the 600D version was released, with a 1.9-liter diesel engine which necessitated a slight bulge in the hood. Always high in demand, and used extensively by the Turkish Post (PTT), the pickup continued in production until 1991, when 36,892 had been built. Many saloons have also been converted to pickup trucks.

 Anadol STC-16 (1973-1975)
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Anadol STC-16
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Anadol STC-16
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Anadol STC-16 inside
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Anadol STC-16 rear detail

A sports model, the STC-16, was produced between 1973 and 1975. The first prototype was introduced in 1972.

Designed by Eralp Noyan, the STC-16 was the first Turkish sports car. It was also the second completely Turkish-designed car after Devrim which was produced in 1961 as the first Turkish designed and built automobile.

In 1971 Erdoğan Gönül, the General Manager of Otosan and the son-in-law of Vehbi Koç, convinced the latter on the production of a sports car. The car was aimed at the upper segment of the Turkish market and would participate in international rallies, thus bringing prestige to the Anadol brand. The creation works of the STC-16 were assigned to Turkish designer Eralp Noyan, who had graduated from the Royal Fine Arts Academy in Belgium. The STC-16 was a completely new Anadol and looked nothing like the previous models of the brand. The design of the STC-16 had similarities with the sports car models of that period such as the Datsun 240Z, SAAB Sonett, Aston Martin, Ginetta and Marcos, but the overall form of the car had a unique and distinct character. Eralp Noyan was particularly inspired by the Supermarine Spitfire aircraft of World War II when designing the interior and exterior of the car.

The STC-16 used a shortened and modified Anadol chassis and suspension system, while using a 1600 cc Ford Mexico engine. The transmission system, on the other hand, was the one that was used by some high performance Cortina and Capri models in Britain. The STC-16 had all the typical dashboard gauges and indicators which the British and Italian sports cars of that period had. Apart from the Speed and rpm indicators, a resettable cruise distance indicator (something new for that period) as well as a Lucas ampermeter and Smiths oil, fuel and engine temperature indicators were installed on the dashboard.

Following an initial development period of 11 months, the first three prototypes of the STC-16 became ready for road tests, which took place at the Cengiz Topel Naval Air Station along the Highway TUR-D100, formerly known as E-5 European Highway, in the Town of Kosekoy/IZMIT between Istanbul and Adapazarı. The first crash tests of the STC-16 were also performed in this period. Afterwards, the STC-16 was taken to England by Nihat Atasagun, Otosan’s Production Manager, who tested the car at the M.I.R.A. circuit. The car received great attention at the streets and highways of England, where most people thought that it was the prototype of a new British sports car. Several traffic police officers stopped the car in England, which had a special testing licence plate, “320-E”, interested in finding out more information about the new model. The STC-16 was tested by British drivers at the circuit, and modifications were made according to their suggestions, following which the car’s performance and safety characteristics were improved. Finally, at the beginning of April 1973, the first STC-16 rolled out of the Otosan factory in Istanbul and went into the showroom.

The car’s name, “STC-16”, was originally an acronym for “Sport Turkish Car 1600”. But as it was also intended for international markets, STC was alternatively named as the “Sport Touring Coupé”. Among the Turkish youth, however, STC was interpreted as “Süper Türk Canavarı” (Super Turkish Monster).

Unfortunately, the global oil crisis of 1973 meant bad news for the STC-16. Not only car fuel became more expensive, but the cost of building fiberglass (which is a petrochemical product) car bodies such as that of the STC-16 also skyrocketed. The rear-wheel drive STC-16’s engine consumed a lot of fuel, and the sport coupé market in Turkey appealed to a very small segment, particularly to the young members of high-income families. Unlike other Anadol models of that period which were sold for 50,000 to 55,000 Turkish Liras, the STC-16 had a price tag of more than 70,000 Turkish Liras. When all these factors came together, the primary customers of the STC-16 remained the rally drivers, sports car enthusiasts and young celebrities.

Nevertheless, the STC-16 became synonymous with its era in the memory of that period’s Turkish youth, and the upgraded competition version of the car won numerous victories in rally competitions in Turkey and Europe. Famous Anadol STC-16 rally drivers included Renç Koçibey, Demir Bükey, Romolo Marcopoli, İskender Aruoba, Cihat Gürkan, Ali Furgaç, Şevki Gökerman, Serdar Bostancı, Murat Okçuoğlu, Cüneyd Işıngör, Mehmet Becce, Hızır Gürel, Derya Karaköse and Osman Arabacı. Instead of the heavy steel chassis of the road version STC-16, the rally version used a much lighter FRP chassis, combined with a modified 140 bhp (104 kW; 142 PS) engine.

A total of 176 Anadol STC-16 have been produced between 1973 and 1975, the majority of them in 1973, until the global oil crisis in that year reduced demand and slowed down production. Most of the STC-16s were painted in “Alanya Yellow”, which became synonymous with the car. Some of them were red with white racing stripes, and some white with blue racing stripes, as was fashionable with the sports cars of that period.

AnadolSTC-16
Engine Displacement Power Torque Wheelbase L × W × H (cm) Weight Top speed 0→100 km/h Fuel cap.
OHC four-stroke inline-four “Ford“, 1 single reversed carburettor 1,599 cc (81 x 76.6 mm) 68 PS (50 kW) at 5,200 rpm 11.8 kg·m (115.7 N·m) at 2,600 rpm 228 cm 398×164×128 920 kg 160 km/h (99 mph) 14.8 s

Anadol SV–1600 (1973-1982)

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA1976-1982 Anadol SV–1600, with prominent factory striping

The SV–1600, which headed to the showrooms at the end of 1973, was the world’s first fiberglass-bodied 5-door station wagon (estate) car. It had a completely different design and appearance than the 4-door Anadol models, and was inspired by Reliant’s Scimitar sports-station coupé.

Several details of the car bore similarities with the station wagon designs of Bertone and Pininfarina in that period. The first examples of the SV–1600 had single-colour paint, while the front hood had a spoiler, which was something new for station cars.

After some time, a more luxurious version was produced, and bi-colour paint were applied, while new interiors were introduced. Starting from 1976, the SV-1600 received aluminium wheels, a new steering wheel, new side mirrors, and a single-colour paint with a black-and-white stripe on the sides. The car also had retractable seats for further enlarging the trunk space.

Production of the SV–1600 continued until 1982.

Anadol Böcek (1975-1977)

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Otosan Böcek in the Rahmi M. Koç Museum

A Böcek car.

The Böcek (Bug) was designed by Jan Nahum, who, in that period, worked at Otosan’s Design and Development Department. Later in his career, Nahum became the General Manager of major companies like Otokar and Tofaş, the Head of International Business Development at FIAT, and the CEO of Petrol Ofisi. Jan Nahum’s father, Bernar Nahum, played an important role in the establishment of the Anadol factory and the development of Anadol A1, while another close family relative, Claude (Klod) Nahum, was an Anadol A1 rally racer, as well as the developer of the future Otosan Anadol Wankel engine, and is currently a founding partner of the KIRAÇA Group of Companies, which also includes KARSAN Automotive Industries.

Böcek made it to the showrooms in 1975. The vehicle, similar in appearance to Volkswagen’s “Buggy” versions but different in design concept and characteristics, was developed upon request for a similar vehicle by the Turkish Armed Forces. Otosan also predicted that the rising popularity of Turkey’s tourism and beach resorts would guarantee a certain level of demand for a civilian-use version of such a vehicle. The Böcek’s roof could be opened, it didn’t have any doors, and its front window had the same inclinement with the hood. This continuous inclinement was a new concept which was later used by the future SUVs. The futuristic front panel and gauges of the Böcek were also ahead of its time, and were used many years later by future passenger vehicles in Europe.

The Böcek had a 1298 cc 63 bhp (47 kW; 64 PS) Ford engine, which provided a very good performance given the vehicle’s small dimensions. In line with the pop-art designs of that period, the Böcek had an asymmetrical front and rear appearance. The front grille was not symmetrical, while in the rear there were 3 stop lights at left and 2 at right. A front mirror, which was formed of 5 different angled mirrors which provided a telescopic view, was mounted on top of the windshield. The front tyres were 225*55*13 in dimension, while the seats were of fiberglass covered with vinyl, which was also something new for that period.

Several different versions of the Böcek (Bug) were designed for institutional and civilian use. There was a version with gull-wing doors, a version for the TRT which was optimized for using film and video cameras, an offroad version, a tractor/trailer version and a military version.

The Böcek was a design concept that was ahead of its time, and just like the STC-16, it could not reach high sales figures due to the economic situation in Turkey and the rest of the world in that period, caused mostly by the global oil crisis. Only 203 examples of Böcek were produced between 1975 and 1977.

Anadol A8-16/16 SL (1981-1984)

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Anadol A8-16 front

1981 Anadol A8-16Anadol A8-16 rear

Production of the 4-door, 5-seat A8-16 series began in 1981. The design concept of the A8-16 was largely inspired by the SAAB and Volvo models including the ground breaking 1970s Volvo VESC safety concept car, with futuristic details such as the large headlamps, inclined nose and the high-positioned rear trunk – traits that were particularly associated with SAAB models. However, it also had details that appeared “retro” in 1981, such as the rear lights which originally belonged to Böcek, but didn’t look good on the A8-16. The interior design and the materials used also did not please the traditional Anadol customers. Many of the design characteristics, especially the door windows and frames, were borrowed from older Anadol models such as the SV-1600 which was designed in 1973, and most potential customers saw this car as a hodge-podge of old Anadol spare parts, mixed with some new ideas. The new body still sat on a box-type perimeter frame with crossmembers, with independent coil sprung front suspension and a live, leafsprung rear axle. Steering is rack and pinion, transmission by the way of a four-speed manual.[5]

Even the higher performance 1.6 Pinto E-Max engine, which were used in the first A8-16s that were produced between 1981 and 1982, could not improve the popularity of these cars. As a result, in order to reduce the production costs, this engine was no longer used in the A8-16 SL models of 1983-1984, in which the older 1.6 engines were used. Only 1,013 examples of the A8-16 were produced between 1981 and 1984.

Anadol A8-16 SL
Engine Displacement Power Torque Wheelbase L × W × H (mm) Weight Top speed 0→100 km/h Fuel cap.
OHC four-stroke inline-four “Ford Pinto“, 1 single barrel Motorcraft carburettor 1,593 cc (87.65 x 66.0 mm) 78 PS (57 kW) at 5,200 rpm 125 N·m (12.7 kg·m) at 2,700 rpm 2,565 mm 4,510×1,645×1,410 945 kg 145 km/h (90 mph) 16.0 s 39 L

Anadol prototypes (1977-1986)

Wankel engine

Anadol STC-16 wankelmotor

Anadol STC-16 wankelmotor

Otosan Design and Development Department employed many talented engineers, such as Claude (Klod) Nahum, who led the group which developed a Wankel engine that could produce more than 100 PS (74 kW) despite its small size. But due to its high development costs and the well-known problematic character of Wankel engines, this engine was not used in Anadol’s models. Today, one of these Wankel engines is displayed at the Rahmi M. Koç Museum in Istanbul.

FW 11

Anadol FW11 prototype chassis

Chassis of Anadol FW11 prototype, on display at the Rahmi M. Koç Museum

In 1977 Marcello Gandini designed the FW 11 for Anadol and Reliant, the latter naming it as the Scimitar SE 7. Four prototypes of this car were produced, two of which were sent to England with the Reliant badge, and two other examples, one of them white and the other one blue, were sent to Turkey with the Anadol badge. The car, which had a modern design and “luxuries” for that period’s European cars such as electric windows, was deemed too expensive to produce profitably by Anadol and the project was shelved. The two Anadol prototypes were held in Koç Holding‘s (which owns Otosan) depot in Istanbul’s Acıbadem district for nearly 25 years. Today, one of them is displayed at the Rahmi M. Koç Museum in Istanbul, since 2004.

One of the other prototypes, the Reliant Scimitar SE 7, is currently displayed in England. Following Anadol’s decision not to build the FW 11, Reliant exhibited the Scimitar SE 7 at its stand as a prototype during the Birmingham Motor Show.

The FW 11 was heavily influential of the design of Citroen’s “BX” of 1982 also designed by Gandini.

Çağdaş

During the late 1970s, Jan Nahum developed several prototypes and worked on new Anadol designs. Many of these new prototypes, which even included full-scale models, however, could not be mass-produced. Otosan, in that period, aimed at creating modern cars, in line with the developments of the automotive industry worldwide, while reducing the amount of fiberglass which it used for building the body parts of its vehicles. To meet this demand, Jan Nahum designed and built two different prototypes of the Anadol Çağdaş (meaning Contemporary or Modern). The bodywork of Çağdaş was made of fiberglass parts fitted on a steel skeleton. The Wankel engine developed by Claude (Klod) Nahum was installed on it.

Çağdaş won the top prize of the Turkish State Fine Arts Academy in Istanbul in the industrial design category, and Jan Nahum received the award from Prof. Dr. Önder Küçükerman.

Turkish newspapers made detailed coverage of the car, stating that production would begin either in 1980 or 1981. However, due to the political, social and economic instability in the country, the project could never be realized.

A single prototype of Çağdaş is today displayed at the Rahmi M. Koç Museum in Istanbul.

A9

The A9, designed by Bertone, was the last prototype of Anadol. It was a 4-door sedan with a very modern design for the early 1980s. The rear parts of the car resembled the future Peugeot 405, while the overall form resembled the Volvo sedans of the mid-1980s. A new and more contemporary-looking Anadol logo was developed for the A9.

The design of the wheels were also characteristic of the European cars of the mid to late 1980s.

However, the A9 couldn’t make it to full mass-production and the prototype was destroyed.

Anadol subsequently ceased to exist as a car brand in 1986, as the Otosan factory began producing Ford Motor Company‘s passenger car models.

Anadol models

Anadols

 Many of the Anadol models together, including STC-16 and Böcek
  • A1 (1966–1975): 19,724 produced
  • A2 (1970–1981): 35,668 produced
  • STC-16 (1973–1975): 176 produced
  • SV-1600 (1973–1982): 6,499 produced
  • Böcek (1975–1977): 203 produced
  • A8-16/16 SL (1981–1984): 1,013 produced
  • Otosan 500 Pick-Up (1971–1991): 36,892 produced

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  • 1953 magirus-deutz-bus-blechschild
  • 1953 magirus-deutz-bus-blechschild
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  • 1954 Magirus Deuts O 3500 H i
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500 H i
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW101
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW101
  • 1954 magirus-deutz-motorkracht
  • Decaroli magirus Deutz
  • Decaroli magirus Deutz
  • 1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW102
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW102
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW103
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW103
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW104
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW104
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW109
    1954 Magirus Deutz 0 3500-53A KHD F4L 145 90pk carr Hainje GTW109
    1954 Magirus Deutz Hainje, op de plaat gezet door Jan Voerman
    1954 Magirus Deutz Hainje, op de plaat gezet door Jan Voerman
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  • 1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW111
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW111
  • NECO 05 Magirus Deutz Drawing
  • NECO 05 Magirus Deutz Drawing Argentina
  • 1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW113
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW113
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW114
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW114
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW115
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW115
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW116
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW116
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW119
    1954 Magirus Deutz O 3500-53A KHD F4L154 90pk carr Verheul GTW119
    1954 Magirus Klöckner-Humbolt-Deutz Magirus O 3500 7983cc
    1954 Magirus Klöckner-Humbolt-Deutz Magirus O 3500 7983cc
    1955 Magirus Deutz Eindhoven in beeld
    1955 Magirus Deutz Hoogeveen PB 62 35
    1956 Hamm  Westfalen (Germany) Magirus Deutz Saturn II bus
    1956 Hamm  Westfalen (Germany) Magirus Deutz Saturn II bus
    1956 Magirus Deutz Ansair Australia
    1956 Magirus Deutz Ansair Australia
    1956 Magirus Deutz Saturn Ansair Pioneer70
    1956 Magirus Deutz Saturn Ansair Pioneer 7
  • 1956 MAGIRUS- DEUTZ 03500H (W6-5735-1556-2-1957)
  • 1956 MAGIRUS- DEUTZ 03500H (W6-5735-1556-2-1957)
  • 1956 The Magirus Deutz O3500 - Debono bus ex-no 1956 , Floriana,Malta 1996
  • 1956 The Magirus Deutz O3500 – Debono bus ex-no 1956 , Floriana,Malta 1996
  • 1957 Magirus Deutz Eindhoven in beeld
  • 1957 Magirus Deutz Eindhoven in beeld
    1957 Magirus Deutz Veltman-Paulusma 2
    1957 Magirus Deutz Veltman-Paulusma 2
    1958 Magirus Deuts O 3500 Hamburg
    1958 Magirus Deuts O 3500 Hamburg
    1958 Magirus Deutz Hoogeveen De Jong 160
    1958 Magirus Deutz Hoogeveen De Jong 160
    1958 Magirus-Deutz NWF De Koe 11
    1958 Magirus-Deutz NWF De Koe 11
    1958 Magirus-Deutz NWF De Koe-9
    1958 Magirus-Deutz NWF De Koe-9
    1959 Magirus Deutz Lindbergh 59 [2] Magirus Jongerius
    1959 Magirus Deutz Lindbergh 59 [2] Magirus Jongerius
    1959 Magirus Deutz lindbergh 59 Magirus Jongerius
    1959 Magirus Deutz lindbergh 59 Magirus Jongerius
    1959 Magirus Saturn II Linienbus Ruhr-Lippe-Eisenbahn
    1959 Magirus Saturn II Linienbus Ruhr-Lippe-Eisenbahn O Nordsieck
    1959 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn II (W6-5735-214d)
    1959 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn II (W6-5735-214d-10 9 1959)
    1959 Magirus-Deutz Saturn II Velo Deutz Hellas
    1959 Magirus-Deutz Saturn II Velo Deutz Hellas
    1960 Magirus Saturn II
    1960 Magirus Saturn II
    1962 Magirus Deutz
    1962 Magirus Deutz
    1962 Magirus Saturn II Reisebus Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Hollstein VHH
    1962 Magirus Saturn II Reisebus Verkehrsbetriebe Hamburg-Hollstein VHH K Peper
    1962 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn 1-HD (W6-621C-264)
    1962 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Saturn 1-HD (W6-621C-264)
    1963 Magirus De City 99
    1963 Magirus De City 99 Eindhoven NL
    1963 Magirus Deutz De City 96
    1963 Magirus Deutz De City 96 Eindhoven NL
    1963 Magirus-Deutz Domburg Westercoach 15
    1963 Magirus-Deutz Domburg Westercoach 15
    1963 Magirus-Deutz Magirus Schmidt 24
    1963 Magirus-Deutz Magirus Schmidt 24
    1964 Magirus 118 de City Eindhoveninbeeld
    1964 Magirus 118 de City Eindhoven in beeld
    1964 Magirus Deutz 22 Citroenvlinder
    1964 Magirus Deutz 22 Citroenvlinder
    1964 Magirus Deutz Buses Via Sur Concep Saturn II
    1964 Magirus Deutz Buses Via Sur Concep Saturn II
    1964 Magirus Deutz De City 91
    1964 Magirus Deutz De City 91 Eindhoven NL
    1964 Magirus Deutz De City 111 Eindhoven
    1964 Magirus Deutz De City 111 Eindhoven NL
    1964 Magirus Deutz De City 116
    1964 Magirus Deutz De City 116 Eindhoven NL
    1964 Magirus Deutz no43 RTM Reebok
    1964 Magirus Deutz no43 RTM Reebok
    1964 Magirus Deutz no51 RTM Nijlgau
    1964 Magirus Deutz no51 RTM Nijlgau
    1964 Magirus Deutz RET 101
    1964 Magirus Deutz RET 101
    1964 Magirus Deutz Saturn II D
    1964 Magirus Deutz Saturn II D Ludger Krampf
    1964 Magirus Deutz Thai Bus 204-1 MD
    1964 Magirus Deutz Thai Bus 204-1 MD
    1964 Magirus-Deutz Saturn II LS 30.09.1964
    1964 Magirus-Deutz Saturn II LS 30.09.1964
  • 1964 Magirus Deutz saturn II1964 Magirus Deutz saturn II
  • 1965 Decaroli Deutz Intro Argentina1965 Decaroli Deutz Intro Argentina
  • 1965 Magirus Deutz no23 RTM Dagpauwoog
    1965 Magirus Deutz no23 RTM Dagpauwoog
    1965 Magirus Deutz no24 Dennenspanner
    1965 Magirus Deutz no24 Dennenspanner
    1965 Magirus Deutz no36 RTM Springbok
    1965 Magirus Deutz no36 RTM Springbok + Aanhanger
    1965 Magirus Deutz no94 RTM Zeearend [2]
    1965 Magirus Deutz no94 RTM Zeearend [2]
    1965 Magirus Deutz no94 RTM Zeearend
    1965 Magirus Deutz no94 RTM Zeearend
    1965 Magirus Deutz RTM 24
    1965 Magirus Deutz RTM 24
    1965 Magirus Deutz rtm 53
    1965 Magirus Deutz RTM 53 Rotterdam Holland
    1965 Magirus Deutz Thai Bus Bangkok 101-5 MB
    1965 Magirus Deutz Thai Bus Bangkok 101-5 MB
    1965 Magirus-Deutz M150R10
    1965 Magirus-Deutz M150R10
    1966 Magirus Deutz 0 3500 Malta Bus DBY 421
    1966 Magirus Deutz 0 3500 Malta Bus DBY 421
    1966 Magirus Deutz 1003 Bontbekpluvier1966-Magirus-Deutz-1003-Bontbekpluvier Geledebus
  • 1966 Magirus Deutz Geledebus RTM 1006 Fazant [2]  1966 Magirus Deutz Geledebus RTM 1006 Fazant [2]
  • 1966 Magirus Deutz Geledebus RTM 1006 Fazant1966 Magirus Deutz Geledebus RTM 1006 Fazant
1966 Magirus Deutz lindbergh 45 Magirus Hoogeveen
1966 Magirus Deutz lindbergh 45 Magirus Hoogeveen
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 78
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 78 Rotterdam NL
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 94
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 94
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 1001 a
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 1001 Rotterdam NL
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 1001 Bergeend
1967 Magirus Deutz RTM 1001 Bergeend
1968 Magirus deutz 200LS 12 idem GTW 201
1968 Magirus deutz 200LS 12 idem GTW 201
1968 Magirus Deutz 200LS 12 idem GTW 202
1968 Magirus Deutz 200LS 12 idem GTW 202
1968 Magirus Deutz GTW 202 [2]
1968 Magirus Deutz GTW 202
1968 Magirus-Deutz
1968 Magirus-Deutz
1969 Magirus-260SH170-Gelenkbus-weiss-rot-Str-weiss-ex-RVM
1969 Magirus-260SH170-Gelenkbus-weiss-rot-Str-weiss-ex-RVM H Petersen
1969 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ TR 120f
1969 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ TR 120f
1970 Magirus Deutz Greece
1970 Magirus Deutz Greece
1970 Magirus-Deutz, year of manufacture 1970 must be ex-Military then, first registration 6 April 2001, engine size 7000cc Diesel
1970 Magirus-Deutz, year of manufacture 1970 must be ex-Military then,
first registration 6 April 2001, engine size 7000cc Diesel
John Keverne Wignall
1971 Magirus 230 L 117 Überlandbus
1971 Magirus 230 L 117 Überlandbus O Nordsieck
Southport beach bus (MCW 234J Magirus-Deutz of unknown model and bodywork)
Southport beach bus (MCW 234J Magirus-Deutz of unknown model and bodywork)
1971 Magirus Deutz arnhem tours 3
1971 Magirus Deutz arnhem tours 3
1971 Magirus Deutz bus in Würzburg
1971 Magirus Deutz bus in Würzburg Tim Boric
1972 Magirus Deutz 230 Panzer
1972 Magirus Deutz 230 Panzer Matias Gutierrez B
1974 Magirus M 2000  R 119 Reisebus 707
1974 Magirus M 2000  R 119 Reisebus 707 O Nordsieck
1974 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Reisebus M2000 (PR-F)
1974 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ Reisebus M2000 (PR-F)
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1975 Magirus Deutz Iveco R81
1975 Magirus Deutz Iveco R81
1975 MAGIRUS DEUTZ SH110 JONCKHEERE
1975 MAGIRUS DEUTZ SH110 JONCKHEERE
1975 Magirus Deutz TR 120
1975 Magirus Deutz TR 120
1976 Iveco Magirus deutz
1976 Iveco Magirus deutz
1976 Magirus Deutz Iveco
1976 Magirus Deutz Iveco
1976 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 230T117
1976 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 230T117
1977 Magirus Deutz Cametal Nahuel , coche 145 de La Estrella
1977 Magirus Deutz Cametal Nahuel , coche 145 de La Estrella Argentina
1977 MAGIRUS DEUTZ Program übersicht
1977 MAGIRUS DEUTZ Program übersicht
1977 Magirus-Deutz R81, der Kurzbus wurde ab 1977
1977 Magirus-Deutz R81, der Kurzbus
1978 magirus deutz 230 l 117
1978 magirus deutz 230 l 117
1978 Magirus Deutz C de Jong 11
1978 Magirus Deutz C de Jong 11
1978 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ
1978 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ
1978 Magirus-L117-Überlandbus-elfenbein-Str-rot
1978 Magirus-L117-Überlandbus-elfenbein-Str-rot O Nordsieck
1978 Magirus-R81-Reiseb-beige-Unterk-weinrot
1978 Magirus-R81-Reiseb-beige-Unterk-weinrot O Nordsieck
1979 essen dieser-magirus-deutz-57862
1979 essen dieser-magirus-deutz-57862
1979 Magirus 230 L 117 Überlandbus
1979 Magirus 230 L 117 Überlandbus O Nordsieck
1979 Magirus Deutz 200 RS Arg
1979 Magirus Deutz 200 RS Arg
1979 Magirus-Deutz 150LS12 mobiles Postamt
1979 Magirus-Deutz 150LS12 mobiles Postamt
1980 Camecas Magirus Deutz C
1980 Camecas Magirus Deutz C Arg
1980 Decaroli Deutz 280 RS14 U2 1980 (1)
1980 Decaroli Deutz 280 RS14 U2 1980 Arg
1980 Magirus Deutz TR 120
1980 Magirus Deutz TR 120
1980 Magirus Deutz Zakynthos Griekenland
1980 Magirus Deutz Zakynthos Griekenland Herman A Haverkate Enschede
1980 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ M2000 (1-1980)
1980 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ M2000 (1-1980)
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1980 Magirus-Deutz R 81
1980 Magirus-Deutz R 81 Woernitz
1980 Magirus-Deutz R 81 Woernitz
1980 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ
1980 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ
1981 Irizar Magirus Deutz Buses Pullman Bus Lad Chili
1981 Irizar Magirus Deutz Buses Pullman Bus Lad Chili
1981 Magirus 160 R 81 Magirus-Deutz BF6L913 6500cc
1981 Magirus 160 R 81 Magirus-Deutz BF6L913 6500cc
1981 MAGIRUS DEUTZ M 2000
1981 MAGIRUS DEUTZ M 2000
1981 Magirus Deutz Shortbus Greece
1981 Magirus Deutz Shortbus Greece
1981 Magirus R 81 Klein-Reisebus (Clubbus)
1981 Magirus R 81 Klein-Reisebus (Clubbus) E Stübner
1981 Magirus R81 Turbo
1981 Magirus R81 Turbo
1981 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 130R81 (1-80)
1981 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 130R81 (1-80)
1981 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 130R81 (TOB-130R81)
1981 MAGIRUS-DEUTZ 130R81 (TOB-130R81)
1982 Magirus 260 SH 170 Gelenkbus ex Regionalverkehr Münsterland RVM xi
1982 Magirus Deutz Diana © H Petersen
1982 Magirus Deutz Diana
1982 Magirus Deutz Diana
1984 Magirus 260 SH 170 Gelenkbus zk
1984 Magirus 260 SH 170 Gelenkbus zk O Nordsieck
1985 Decaroli Deutz SL 751 Argentina
1985 Decaroli Deutz SL 751 Argentina
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MAGIRUS wo4626b
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MAGITRUS wo4626a
DIGITAL IMAGE
Woensdrecht Actie Mobiele Keuken Magirus Deutz
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Magirus Deutz Feuerwehr
Magirus Deutz Politievoertuigen
Magirus Deutz Politievoertuigen- Waterkanonnen
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Camper MD
Magirus
Magirus Deutz Supercamper
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Magirus Deutz Camper © Alex Miedema
gele magirus met opbouw
Magirus Deutz DD Camper
Camper Magirus deutz S3500
Camper Magirus Deutz S3500
Hilversumse Magirus Deutz
Hilversumse Magirus Deutz © Jeffrey van Spengen
Magirus Deutz Autojunk.nl
Magirus Deutz Autojunk.nl
Iveco Magirus Marconi
Iveco Magirus Marconi
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Iveco Magirus Marconi
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Otokar-Magirus 80S 5.5 Dolmuş super
Otokar-Magirus 80S 5.5 Dolmuş Super 
Otokar-Magirus Deutz 80S 5.5 Dolmuş a
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Otokar-Magirus Deutz 80S 5.5 Dolmuş b
Otokar-Magirus 80S 5.5 Dolmuş
Otokar-Magirus 80S 5.5 Dolmuş
Otokar-Magirus 80S 5.5 Dolmuş 
otokar magırus konsept 1
Concept Otokar-Magirus 80S 5.5 Dolmuş
Magirus Yerine BMC Minibüs
Magirus Yerine BMC Minibüs
MAGİRUS-ERKAN Minibüs
MAGİRUS-ERKAN Minibüs
otokar magirus deutz 2010_sboku
otokar magirus deutz 2010 sboku
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Malta Postzegels Bussen
Malta Postzegels
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Buses BMC Britisch Motor Corporation first UK now Turkey

Bussen BMC Britisch Motor Corporation GB

BMC is de Britisch Motor Corporation. Qua bussen maken ze die al heel lang, maar momenteel eigenlijk hoofdzakelijk nog in Turkije.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Motor_Corporation Vroeger maakten bijna alle Britse merken deel uit van deze corporatie. Maar die hebben het lang niet allemaal overleefd. We beginnen met een stel ouwetjes, om te beginnen dit safari busje uit 1967, maar die werd nog in Engeland gemaakt.

BMC 250 JU 1967
BMC 550FGK .Marshall 29 seater bus.Ex-Gibralter Goverment
BMC 1935 gebouwd door Ayats busbuilders in Spain, een beauty
BMC Chassis Training123 Australia
BMC 550Fg Leyland LexBus Livingbus
BMC Laird 920LP . Hind B-F. Ex-Carlyle School Bus 1969
BMC Rosette 1964 Sweden
BMC Training Vehicle

En nu gaan we dan over naar de huidige generatie bussen, die er bepaald niet mooier op geworden zijn. Wel luxer.

BMC Levend XL Dolmuş Antalya Turkije 2010
BMC 250 SLF 2010
BMC Belde (2005) Turkije
BMC Belde 220-17C 1 Antalya Turkije 2004
BMC bus 3 Buzau
BMC Belize
BMC Bus 27 seats
BMC verlengd
BMC Karisma (2009)
BMC Condor (2004) UK
BMC mini bus-taxi-dolmuş in Istanbul
BMC Probus at the 2008
BMC Probus LX
BMC Procity 4 Antalya Turkije
BMC Probus
 BMC Probus 850 Club (2006)
BMC Midilux L (2008)

Buses ASKAM – Desoto – Dodge – Fargo Turkye

Bussen ASKAM DESOTO

 
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We gaan beginnen aan een merk wat in verschillende landen verschillende namen voor hun bussen hanteert. Aan de oorsprong staan Dodge en DeSoto. In Turkije heet dit merk Fargo, maar je komt ook bussen in de streken daar tegen onder de naam Askam.
http://explow.com/Askam_(trucks) Het is na eerst een concern te zijn geweest van Daimler, inmiddels een samenwerking tussen Toyota, Isuzu, Hino, Dodge, Desoto en ze maken van zware Trucks tot lichte busjes, pantservoertuigen maar ook bussen.
Askam AS 250 AWDM Tenteli-Kasa 4×4
  
Askam Dodge Desoto Fargo Thai Bus Bangkok 25-44 Dodge
Askam Desoto Fargo Schoolbus 1967
  
Askam » DeSoto AS250 D – WD Turkije
Askam Fargo Desoto Thai Bus 1965 Bangkok 54-3 Fargo
  
Askam Desoto Thai Bangkok Bus 46-22 open
Bussen Askam PikiWiki Israel 3691 BUS
Askam PikiWiki Israel 3691 BUS 1946
  
Askam DeSoto AS250 D – 4WD open bus
Askam Dodge Fargo Desoto Open Bus
  
Askam Fargo Desoto Bangkok Thai Bus 1960 AXX-Xb HB ?