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Kleines Kettenkraftrad was developed by NSU in 1939 as Kettenkraftwagen HK 101 and entered production in late 1940as Kleines Kettenkraftrad. Almost 90 percent of all vehicles produced were made by NSU and the rest by Stoewer in Stettin.Total of 8807 was produced from 1940 to 1944.

 

Nine color photos were provided and are property of Mike Koenig.
From the Collection of 2nd Armored Productions.

Last color photo was provided and is property of Gilroy Hamilton.Specifications

Weight: 1560kg
Crew: 3 men
Engine: Opel Olimpia 1.5l / 4-cylinder / 36hp
Speed: Road: 80km/h
Cross-Country: –km/h
Range: Road: 250km
Cross-Country: —km
Fuel Capacity: 42 litres
Lenght: 3.00m
Width: 1.00m
Height: 1.20m
Armament: none
Ammo: none
Armor: none

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