Magirus M 305 – Magirus M 25

Magirus M 305We could still defend ourselves in the 1930s, here especially factory fire brigades, build their fire engines using the open construction method. In part, this was done for cost reasons. Above, a vehicle from the Bayerische Motoren-Werke AG fire department, Munich, on Magirus M 305 (Six-cylinder carburetor engine, 65 PS 4559 cm3 displacement) in a recording from 3.11.1934. At the front the vehicle had an air foam pump of the type LS II and at the end of the frame a centrifugal fire pump of the type P V 1500 l / min delivery rate. The extinguishing water tank installed above the rear axle possessed 1800 I capacity. Below the 1936 built personnel carriers (without a pump) on Magirus M 25 of the volunteer fire department of the city of Laufen a.d. Saale,

Magirus M 25

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