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1948 Klöckner-Deutz O 3000

1948 Klöckner-Deutz O 3000 in Gruß und Kuß vom Tegernsee, Movie, 1957 IMDB

Class: Bus, Single-deck — Model origin: DE

1948 Klöckner-Deutz O 3000

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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Ralph DE

2007-11-25 17:45

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Buc84 US

2007-11-25 19:11

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Could it be a Saurer???

Tönz DE

2007-11-25 19:39

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Looks more like a Magirus. I'd say it's a postwar Magirus-Deutz O 3000 with a slightly different body from these ones.

Buc84 US

2007-11-25 20:02

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You might be right? I can see a bit of Magirus in it,too? Couldn't really decide between those two,really made my guess on it being a Mountain Bus?? (IIRC,Saurers(Swiss made??)were geared up really low to be hill climbers,you seldom saw them on "flat land"??)

Ralph DE

2007-11-25 20:56

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i think also, it is a Magirus-Deutz, a Magirus or a Klöckner-Deutz

Alexander DE

2007-11-25 22:12

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The production of the 'O 3000' restarted after the war in 1948 under the brand name 'Klöckner-Deutz'. In 1949 the brand name was changed to 'Magirus-Deutz' and the 'O 3000' was kept in production until 1954.

Ingo DE

2007-11-26 17:48

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Funny selfmade plate. Probably meant as one from "Miesbach" (fits from the area Tegernsee) - but made (painted) in the pre-war-style.

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