Various Motorvehicles


Mantova Museo Urbano Diffuso

Mantova Museo Urbano Diffuso

In one image, three magnificent vehicles.On the left we see an OM Autopump. Loc. built in 1940, the only one left of a series of light fire engines specifically designed for the National Fire Brigade. It is also the first example of a closed fire engine; it was equipped with a Bergomi pump of 1000 liters per minute, had a maximum speed of 75 kilometers per hour and carried a crew of 5 men.At the center, an Amphibious Schwimmwagen, built in 1942 by the Volkswagen. It could travel in water at a speed of 12 kilometers per hour, thanks to a folding upward propeller. It was delivered to the Fire Brigade in 1952, and used in the Polesine flood.On the right, a Fiat 1100 BLR Autoambulance, assembled in 1942, with a top speed of 88 kilometers per hour. It could carry a stretcher with related services.


  • Title: Various Motorvehicles
  • Date Created: 1901

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