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April 3 2012 at 7:23 PM

Steve Ballantyne  (Login stoveb)
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Response to Is the middle photo a Styer 1500 ?

Hi Mark,

If you look at the towing bar frame, on the Mercedes it is long and rectangular, but in a Steyr it is angled, tapering upwards as it goes outwards.

The other factor is that when this vehicle was transferred, the LAH had the earlier Steyr 1500s which did not have a protruding mudguard over the rear wheels, which this vehicle has.


Interested in and researching the vehicles and weapons of the Leibstandarte

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  1. 1500 - Leonard Paul on Apr 4, 2012, 3:16 AM

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