le. Artillerieschlepper UNIC P-107
Between the wars, France was one of the leading countries in the development of half-track vehicles. Manufacture of the UNIC P-107 started in November 1938 and 3276 had been produced before the fall of France. A lot of these ended up in Wehrmacht service where they were...
Citroen Type 23 1.5 Ton Truck
Classified as a Camionette (means "small" van) by the French, The Citroen type 23 was first produced in 1935. Powered by their own 1911cc, 50 bhp. engine with rear-wheel drive only, it had a cargo-carrying capacity of 1.5 tons. Alternatively, it could be used to carry ten fully equipped...
Unic P-107 G.S.
Manufacture of the P-107 began in 1938 and 3276 had been produced up to the fall of France. After the Armistice production continued in various forms for the Wehrmacht. The truck-bodied GS version was designated "mitlere Munitionskraftwagen" (medium ammunition...
Renault AGC 1.5ton G.S. Truck
A militarised version of the 1936 ADK, the AGC was first produced in 1938. Approximately 2300 had been delivered to the French Army by the end of May 1940. After the armistice, production continued for the Wehrmacht from early 1941.
Unic P-107 Tractor for French Engineers
Manufacture of the UNIC P-107 started in November 1938. 3276 had been produced up to the fall of France and a large number of these ended up in Wehrmacht service in a variety of roles.
The truck-bodied version was used by the French as an engineer tractor - both to carry engineering...