G31

CountryGermany
ManufacturerBüssing-NAG
Primary RoleTransport

Contributor:

ww2dbaseThe G31 trucks were manufactured by the German firm Büssing-NAG between 1931 and 1935. About 2,300 were built. They had six wheels, with the rear four wheels being the driving wheels.

Last Major Revision: Apr 2009

SPECIFICATIONS

SdKfz. 61
MachineryOne Büssing-NAG G 3920cc 4-cylinder overhead-valve gasoline engine rated at 65hp
SuspensionLeaf spring
Length5.35 m
Width2.25 m
Height2.35 m
Weight1.5 t
Speed60 km/h
Range200 km

Photographs

Troops of German 29th Division laying communication wire during field maneuvers, Bad Sachsa, Germany, 1937; note Büssing-NAG G31 truck




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Troops of German 29th Division laying communication wire during field maneuvers, Bad Sachsa, Germany, 1937; note Büssing-NAG G31 truck




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