Krupp-Protze Kfz 69

The Protze, developed by Krupp (Essen), possessed many progressive features for its time, such as one-wheel suspension, track-constant double arm suspension, an air-cooled engine and a lowered engine hood for good vision. Along with its use as a squad car (Kfz. 70) in motorised defensive battalions, the vehicle was chiefly used as a limber vehicle (Kfz.69) for light artillery. The relatively low towing capacity no longer sufficed for transporting heavy weaponry; the car was thus increasingly abondoned in favour of 1-t (Sd.Kfz 10 and 3-t (Sd.Kfz 11) tractors. However, the "Krupp Protze" was one of the most prominent German vehicles from 1939 to 1941.

As far as we know now, there will be one Krupp Protze this year at Militracks.
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