It is a giant on wheels, much too heavy for use in war. As a result, many survived and make until far into the fifties good services. At first they are on the way in the pre-war as remote buses with post tasks on (if any) largely empty highways. This also has something to do with the boom of 1933 and the increasing mobility needs. Up to 54 seats are possible. The first 12.5 and in 1938 11.2 liters large engine allows with a modified hood a good for its time travel speed. Some specimens, such as top of the picture, after the war were rebuilt in the absence of space to post offices.
Take a look as detail even at the front bumper. As if the vehicle is not already long enough, it protrude almost half a meter. More interestingly, the huge guide rods right and left. They serve the orientation from the driver's seat. Scrape the white, globular peaks not against the wall when cornering, so does not the rest of the nozzle. Dangerous, because they are always absolutely rigid. Later, such guide rods are provided with springs and much later, there remain only two tiny things from wire and plastic head which fulfill their task but almost equally. 03/09