WW2 German controlled passenger car Einheits-PKW
Controlled passenger car (German: Einheits-Personenkraftwagen, Einheits-PKW) is the name of the Wehrmacht's military vehicle development and procurement programme during the Second World War (1936-1943). It is a generic term for the types of vehicles developed and procured under this plan. And it is not a bus.
The controlled passenger car was intended to replace the various civilian vehicles used by the Weimar Republic's armed forces in the 1930s with a uniform specification vehicle with off-road capability, thereby simplifying maintenance and supply, but these objectives were not achieved.
The name is sometimes rendered as "Einheits", a phonetic reading of the German word Einheits. (From Wikipedia)
This product is in downloadable format. After payment is completed, a download link will be sent to your email address at the time of purchase.
The copyright belongs to the author or the author listed in the media.
You may download the file from any PC, smart phone, or tablet device that can open PDF files. This product is instructional only. This product is instructional only, and you will need to supply your own parts.