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1984 Barkas B1000 SMH-3 VEB Karosseriebau Parkentin

1984 Barkas B1000 SMH-3 in Good Bye Lenin!, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: DR

1984 Barkas B1000 SMH-3 VEB Karosseriebau Parkentin

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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antp BE

2005-12-11 18:48

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antp BE

2005-12-11 18:52

Looks like a Barkas, but maybe not the same model than that one?
/vehicle_6355-Barkas-B1000.html

Alexander DE

2005-12-11 19:24

IFA Barkas B1000
Link to "www.die-besten.de"

-- Last edit: 2005-12-11 19:25:10

antp BE

2005-12-11 23:48

Should we rename the two Barkas to IFA? Since we have also some IFA, but Barkas seems used as a commercial make :/
The fact that IFA makes the Barkas is not especially a proof: GM makes some busses under their name, but also make cars under various makes.

-- Last edit: 2005-12-11 23:57:32

Alexander DE

2005-12-12 00:43

Quote Should we rename the two Barkas to IFA? Since we have also some IFA, but Barkas seems used as a commercial make :/
The fact that IFA makes the Barkas is not especially a proof: GM makes some busses under their name, but also make cars under various makes.

The GDR names have been a problem before when we discussed the Sachsenring Trabant and AWE Wartburg names (/vehicle_12446-Trabant-P601-1963.html). To prove that Trabant and Wartburg are not maker names I provided an official document of the German vehicle registration office (Link to "www.kba.de").

I checked the same document to find that 'Barkas' and 'IFA' are both used as maker's names.

The name 'IFA' is a bit difficult as on one side it was the industrial group of vehicle manufacturers (Industrieverband Fahrzeugbau) which was the governing body of all vehicle manufactures in the GDR. Therefore the IFA logo can be found on the brochures of all cars and trucks. Most manufactures (rather manufacturing combinates) kept their individual name (like Barkas, Robur, AWE, Sachasenring, Simson, ...) but some used IFA only. This might be due to the ownership of the name being in West-Germany (e.g. Horch, BMW, Auto-Union).

To cut a long story short: keep both, Barkas and IFA.
.... and add Sachsenring and AWE.

antp BE

2005-12-12 00:50

For me we could add Sachsenring, but for Wartburg I still think that that name was used as commercial make, at lease in west-Europa :p

-- Last edit: 2005-12-12 00:50:12

Ralph DE

2006-10-09 00:14

Barkas B1000 SMH 3 (Schnelle medizinische Hilfe 3)

datsunZ IT

2006-10-13 16:42

antp wrote For me we could add Sachsenring, but for Wartburg I still think that that name was used as commercial make, at lease in west-Europa :p


Sachsenring was name of plant(therefore no Brand of cars)that build Trabants in Zwickau,
Eisenacher Motoren Werke(plant of Wartburgs)was known also such Brand,when GDR-made BMW becomes EMW in postwar period

PS Alexander was right,I own some W50 trucks catalogues and these trucks were IFA-badged(IFA in ex-GDR was also a state Firm of Import-Export vehicles,like was Motokov n.p. in Czechoslovakia,V/O Avtoexport in Russia,Auto-Dacia in Rumania,Mogurt in Hungary,Pol-Mot in Poland and Balkancarimpex in Bulgaria

MBSL65fan US

2008-02-13 05:48

Awfully small for an ambulance. :/

Ingo DE

2008-02-13 07:57

And awful weak. It's has the threecylinder-twostroke-engine of the Wartburg (based on a pre-war-DKW-engine) with 1000 ccm and fulminant 46 hp.

Weasel1984 PL

2009-08-13 17:23

Since 1983.

Edit: ca 1984+ black handles, it also can has black door lettering ca 1988 IMO.

-- Last edit: 2011-07-24 13:24:21

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