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MAN MK 1945
EngineIn-line six-cylinder
Displacement7980 cm³
8725 cm³ (from 1950)
Bore * stroke110 mm * 140 mm
115 mm * 140 mm (from 1950)
Mixture preparationDirect injection
Torque431 Nm
Performance88 kW (120 HP) at 2000 rpm (MK 25)
96 kW (130 HP) at 2000 rpm (MK 26)
Drive trainFront engine, rear drive
all-wheel drive (optional from 1952)
Transmission5-speed, manual
6-speed (from 1950)
Wheels10.00 - 20 eHD (9")
11.00 - 20 eHD (10") (from 1952)
Wheelbase platform truck4.600 mm
4.600/5.200 mm (from 1950)
Wheelbase dump truck4.100 mm (from 1948)
Wheelbase truck tractor3.320 mm (from 1948)
Turning circle platform truck18.000/19.000 mm
Turning circle dump truck16.400 mm
Turning circle truck tractor13.700 mm
Length platform truck7.525 mm
7.490/8.490 mm (from 1950)
Width2.350 mm
2.400 mm (from 1950)
Height2.620 mm
Tank capacity130 litres
Payload5.650 kg
6.150 kg (from 1950)
Maximum speed60 km/h
Kerb weight (incl. driver)5.600 kg
Year of manufacture1945-1954

After the Second World War, the production of trucks of the MAN in Nuremberg was destroyed by the buildings forth to two-thirds and the tools to one-third. Nuremberg fell into the American occupation zone. By confiscation were still possible repair work on U.S. Army vehicles. The production of spare parts was soon extended to MAN vehicles. Starting fall of 1945 a pre-war truck was allowed to be built, what succeeded with a single vehicle until Christmas.

The 'angular bonnet' thus based in contrast to the later 'round bonnets' on the pre-war trucks from MAN. And although they were called so, the cab was at least already more rounded than originally. The successors could be even better identified by the lateral ventilation than at the angular shape. At the angular bonnet were this many long vertical slits which were subsequently replaced by a few horizontal chrome surrounds. 05/14               Top of page               Index
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