The car is currently undergoing a full restoration in-house and will be sold in restored condition. The photos represent the unrestored car.
The car was used as a coffee delivery van in Denmark. The car has Danish papers dating back to May 17, 1971. Only 26451 km on the odometer. These light-duty trucks are becoming increasingly difficult to find. The brand was eventually purchased by Mercedes-Benz.
Hanomag-Henschel-Fahrzeugwerke GmbH (HHF) was a truck manufacturer based in Hanover, Germany. The company was founded in 1969 by a merger of the traditional German truck manufacturers Hanomag and Henschel. After the takeover of all shares in HHF by Daimler-Benz AG, the Hanomag-Henschel brand disappeared from the market in 1974. Individual design models from Hanomag-Henschel were still developed under the Mercedes-Benz brand until 1978.
Constructively, the Hanomag F-series was a small truck with ladder frame chassis and without a self-supporting or carrying structure on which the cab and the superstructures were mounted.
In most cases, the F-series was available as a flatbed truck or a flatbed truck with a box-mounted body. In addition, it was also available as a semitrailer and chassis for external special constructions and was also used as a light-duty fire truck.
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