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« Reply #30 on: March 17, 2017, 09:13:27 pm »

Ево да одгонетнемо и ову слику.

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На војној паради која је одржана 1932. године учествовала су ова оклопна кола.
Која су ово оклопна кола(да нису Шкодина)?
И да ли их је било више комада у војсци КЈ ?

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« Reply #31 on: March 17, 2017, 09:46:37 pm »

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« Reply #32 on: March 26, 2017, 02:31:11 pm »

na ovoj stranici sam našao da je jugoslavija proizvodila Chevrolet kamione, jel ima netko više podataka slika ..

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n 1939/40 the Yugoslavian Kingdom Army bought 400 from Chevrolet, 11/2-ton trucks, long wheelbase, double wheels at rear, straight 6 cyl. OHV, carburetter motor, 85 HP. To minimize expenses those trucks were sent disassembled to main components and assembling was made in Kragujevac
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« Reply #33 on: March 26, 2017, 08:42:00 pm »

na ovoj stranici sam našao da je jugoslavija proizvodila Chevrolet kamione, jel ima netko više podataka slika ..

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n 1939/40 the Yugoslavian Kingdom Army bought 400 from Chevrolet, 11/2-ton trucks, long wheelbase, double wheels at rear, straight 6 cyl. OHV, carburetter motor, 85 HP. To minimize expenses those trucks were sent disassembled to main components and assembling was made in Kragujevac

In 1939/40 the Yugoslavian Kingdom Army bought 400 Chevrolet, 11/2-ton trucks, with long wheelbase, double wheels at rear, straight 6 cylinder OHV, carburetor motor, 85 b.h.p. [216 cu. in.]. To minimize expenses these trucks were sent disassembled in two ships that sailed from New York City with main components and assembly was made in Kragujevac in the V.T.Z. (‘Vojno-tehnicki Zavod’ or “Military-technical Institute”) 120 km. south of Beograd/Belgrade in Serbia. Later, after WW II, this factory was renamed to ‘Crvena Zastava’, then to ‘Zavodi Crvena Zastava’ although it is now ‘Zastava-Automobili Zastava-Kamioni’.

About 20 of these trucks were sent totally disassembled for personnel (Mechanic and Driver) training purposes. Sorry, no photos of this assembling - that was an Army secret, and all the Chevrolets were destroyed/disappeared during the War.
Note the brochure for the 1939-40 trucks was in German, which is rather ironical, and could have been produced by G.M. Suisse S.A.

I am not a Specialist for Trucks and Army vehicles but I am a member of Society of motoring historians in Belgrade and I have obtained for you some information from our Member, Mr.Miroslav Milutinovic. He is a specialist for early Yugoslavian Trucks Production.

‘Montage of Chevrolet Trucks in Kragujevac, 1940-1941’.

According to our Investigations and to available documentation from the Army- and Navy Ministerium of Kingdom Jugoslavia ordered Jugoslavia in the year 1940 a 1000 units of Chevrolet Trucks 3 Ton, Petrol motor, made by General Motors Company, complete with Body, Canvas-roof and removable seats, for military use, at the price of US$1.465,40 per unit with 10% Value in Spare Parts. The vehicles were transported in cargo of 250 units by the ships S.S. Serafim Topic and S.S. Joanis P. Gulandris from New York to Port Split in S.K.D. (Semi-knocked down) status – and so were partly dissembled for maritime transport. Assembly of vehicles and repares of transportation damages was made at the end of 1940 and beginning of 1941 in the Army-technical Factory in Kragujevac (‘Vojno-tehnicki Zavodi’ in Kragujevac, Central Serbia, circa 150 Km from Belgrade). At the same time they tried to produce also spare parts for these vehicles – i.e. the heavy foundry parts such as the motor/cylinder block and machined parts such as ring gears and driving pinions for differentials (Gleason gear). In the activities of the factory this was noted as ‘Montage of Chevrolet vehicles’.

This Factory had had experience and a tradition in servicing vehicles from 1903 and in 1953 they had also assembled "Willys" Jeeps and from 1954, under new name: ‘Zavodi Crvena Zastava’ they produced under License a range of Fiat cars, light trucks and off-road army vehicles. Today they produce small cars the YUGO (1,100 and 1,300 c.c.), FLORIDA (1,600 c.c.) and Light Trucks.

...Miroslav Milutinovic, Member of Society of motoring Historians’.
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« Reply #34 on: March 27, 2017, 10:24:02 am »

hvala, na podacima
znači i jeep se pravio kod nas,

p.s. znam da možda nije mjesto, ali sam negdje pročitao da smo dobili harley davidson u sklopu vojne pomoći, kao i gmc
za gmc sam našao koji su bili a nisam našao harley-a koji su modeli bili (postoji barem 5 vrsta ratnih motora, koji je "naš" pitanje je)?
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« Reply #35 on: March 27, 2017, 11:04:54 pm »

колико ја знам, харлије је имала краљевска војска. ваздухопловство и жандари су имали индијанце. не знам који модели су били у питању. нисам сигуран да је у оквиру мдап било испоруке мотоцикала.
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