Austro-Daimler Motor-Karette ADMK-WARK


early ADMK
early ADMK

late ADMK
late ADMK

The Austro-Daimler ADMK and Saurer RK7, RR7 and RR7/2 (armoured) wheel-cum-track vehicles were incorporated into the German Armed Forces after the Anschluss, but did not continue in production after 1938.The Austro-Daimler ADMK-WARK could carry up to six (6) men with the four-door body version, although the earlier box body-type could only carry three (3) men and an HMG. It found particular favour with German Army Mountain units. 334 built 1935-38.

Specifications for ADMK (later body type)

Weight: all-up weight 1.73 tonnes
empty weight 1.45 tonnes
Crew: 6 men
Engine: Austro-Daimler FB 12/20 2,312 cc petrol / 4-cyl / 18 BHP at 1,400 rpm
Speed: Road: 45km/h (wheels)
15km/h (tracks)
Cross-Country: –km/h
Range: Road: 200km
Cross-Country: 110km
Fuel Capacity: 39 litres
Lenght: 2.9m on tracks
3.68m on wheels
Width: 1.77m
1.36m on tracks
Height: 1.3m on wheels
1.46m on tracks
Armament: none
Ammo: none
Armor: none

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