Not strictly a bus, but very close to it. These vehicles were built as staff carriers, as group carrier(Gruppenkraftwagen) for the navy and the police. The common name was “Polizei-Cabrio”. Later versions were built on the 1,75 ton and even on the Blitz A chassis in the 1960’s. Similar vehicles were widely in use as fire fighter’s “Kraftzugspritze KzS8” towing a 1-axled trailer containing the pump.
|Touring Paris.||Vehicle being halted. That puts it within city limits. (Outside city limits it was forbidden to halt a vehicle)||Group picture in the field, Kriegsmarine||Officer with 2 soldiers, Kriegsmarine||Navy transportation in a big city. (anybody, any idea where?)||Officer and 12 men transport, seems to be one tone grey with dirt||NCO with soldiers, Kriegsmarine?||2 officers with 2 soldiers, Kriegsmarine.|
|Officer with soldiers, Kriegsmarine||Pol-66595 licenceplates says: auxilary (Firefighters, police, etc) on train transport.||from the long numbers 91624, this also could be a pol number, but a different type of build. (spare-cabinet)|
|Showing in smart police livrey. (photo Christian-Heinrich Mengel)||Appearence in 'La Vache et la Prisonnier'(1959)||The Firedepartment of Mittelheim (feuerwehr-mittelheim.de)||Showing found at www.kfz-veteranen-mhl.info||Appearence Polizei Munich 1960 car chase|