Typical Light Car used by the German Army in W.W.II.
4-cyl. H-I-A-R engine of 985cc. later models from 1943 uprated to 1131cc.
Total produced about 52,000 in several versions.
Taken at Levisham on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway War Weekend, October 2012. In desert camouflage for use in North Africa campaign.

Camera: Olympus SP570UZ

Comments

  • Woodie
    Woodieabout 2 years ago

    Great find and shot, Cheers Neil

  • Thank you Neil. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • Joe Hupp
    Joe Huppabout 2 years ago

    Volkswagen Kubelwagen – a wonderful example

  • Thank you Joe for the comment and the Fav. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • Colin J Williams Photography
    Colin J Willia...over 1 year ago

    Brilliant Work !

  • Thanks Colin. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • billfox256
    billfox256over 1 year ago

    A WW II dune buggy!!! An excellent capture!!! Bill

  • Thanks Bill, wouldn’t mind one though. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • relayer51
    relayer51over 1 year ago

    Takes me back to my days of making Airfix models, splendid shot Ted.

  • Thank you Mark. I used to chairman of a Military Vehicle Club. We were among the first to revisit the Normandy landing sites in 1974 for the 30th anniversary. There has been a visit every year since but that was the only one I have been on. Used to own W.W.II military vehicles but have now sold them all. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

  • kathrynsgallery
    kathrynsgallery12 months ago

    Excellent clarity and composition!

  • Thank you for the encouraging comment Kathryn. – Ted

    – Edward Denyer

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