Smaller payload trucks with 2-3 ton capacity were preferred during the World War years as they moved faster and could do quick turnarounds.
Keeping this in mind, Mercedes-Benz went on to build a diesel truck, LO 2750 where the initials LO stood for “Lastwagen Omnibusse” which mean trucks and bus (in German). The figure 2750 denoted the payload capacity, in this case was 2.75 tons. Over 3500 of these were made until 1936.
DUNLOP the tyre maker used these LO 2750 models to transport their tyres across cities in Germany before the World Wars.
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