Flatbed truck (MB NG) "Spedition Schmidt", 1973-80
- The little brother of the new generation of Mercedes-Benz
And now the little brother:
The MB NG was once driven by the Gevelsberger Spedition Schmidt and was considered a guarantor for the regular delivery of bulky goods. WIKING has miniaturized the forward control vehicle of the 1970s and thus provided the well-known long-distance vehicle combination with another short-distance counterpart. It is one of the largest traditional companies in the logistics industry: Ernst Schmidt founded the forwarding company of the same name in Gevelsberg in 1893. The first branches were opened in Hamburg in 1953, then in Bremen in 1954.
The first export groupages to Europe and the Middle East
took place in the mid-sixties. The fleet – including the Büssing BS
16 and the MAN chubby cheeks – already comprised around in the 1980s
Driver's cab and platform grey-blue. Fenders and driver's cab lower part as well
Chassis with cardan shaft, but also carmine red rims. silver
Radiator grille, including silvered headlights. flatbed insert
silver grey, interior black. Window gray tarps.
Vehicle number "135" on the sides of the cab. Cab front with
"Schmidt" lettering, platform sides with "Schmidt Spedition" lettering
as well as stripes in light blue optics running underneath. Tail with lettering
"Schmidt" and light blue stripes running underneath.
|Delivery Date:||12 / 2022|
|Manufacturer price:||23,49 €|