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VW LT35, 4 x 2, 12 V, D (Front view, left side)


Front view, left side

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Danish Army Specific: A LT35 shown as field ambulance. The first vehicles, which replaced the Dodge W300M ambulance, were delivered in early 1987. Replaced by the Mowag DURO IIIP around 2007.
: The decision to manufacture a vehicle with a higher payload than the 1.000 kg of the VW Transporter was made in the early 1970s. A prototype was shown in 1973, and on April 14th 1975 the LT series with the models LT 28 and LT 31 was introduced. The LT 35 came on the market the following year.
Both petrol and diesel-engined versions were available. The 2 liter petrol engine came from the contemporary Audi 100. The early diesel-equipped models had a British Perkins 2.7 liter engine developing 65 hp. The LT series was the first VW to be equipped with a diesel engine.
A major up-date occurred in 1996 when the LT left the classic One-Box-Design the same way as the smaller
T4. Power was provided by a natural aspired diesel engine or TDI-engines ranging from 75 to 130 HP, and three different wheel bases became available.
In 2002 a 2.8 liter 4-cylinder diesel with 158 HP became available.
The first generation LT reached 471.221 produced vehicles. The successor had reach the 283.000 mark by end 2004.
Length: 4.85 m (189 inches).
Width: 2.05 m (80 inches).
Height: 2.58 m (100 inches).
Weight: 3.500 kg (7.700 lb.).
: Own 6-cylinder, 2383 cm3 (145 cubic inches), liquid-cooled.
Horsepower: 75 at 4.300 rpm.
Transmission: 5-speed.
Transfer case: None.
Electrical system: 12 volt, negative ground.
Brakes: Hydraulic, servo-assisted.
Tyres: 215 - R14C.
Fording depth:
without preparation: N/A.
with deep water fording kit: N/A.
Fuel type: Diesel.
Fuel capacity: 70 liter (15 gallons).
Range: 300 km (187 miles).
Crew: 1 + 7.
Additional: The ambulance can carry 4 litters and is equipped with a heating-device. The capacity is 4 stretcher patients, 2 stretcher- and 3 sitting patients or 6 sitting patients.
VW LT 35 shop van (112 kb)

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