Ready-made model made of plastic, with window insert. The front wheels can be steered in order to represent different driving situations.
In 1956 MAN presented a new generation of hooded trucks. They were designed as short-nosed vehicles, ie the engine was no longer completely in front of the driver's cab, but was pushed a little way into it. As a result, the vehicles could be built a little shorter than before. The design was formally based on car construction: pontoon shape instead of the previous free-standing fenders and headlights. The motorization took place with diesel engines from our own production, the permissible total weights were between 4.3 and 30 tons. The vehicles were available in numerous versions: (flatbed truck, tractor unit, tipper vehicle, etc.) Variants with all-wheel drive were also available. (Source: Wikipedia)