High-side tipper (MB) - azure blue
Hauber competed against front-drive vehicles for supremacy
One could have wished for the cubic generation back then, but in the 1960s, WIKING was committed to Hauber for construction site vehicles. The original of the Mercedes-Benz high-side tipper counted among the first front-drive vehicles, which at that time first had to clear up prejudices on German construction sites. Just like at WIKING, construction companies throughout the Federal Republic of Germany preferred the Hauber. This bastion was only gradually broken down, allowing the cubic series, too, to provide helpful persuasion. Subsequent generations of the Mercedes-Benz also profited from this, of course.
First cubic model in the tipper business
Driver's cab with upper and lower part, high-side flatbed with tailgate and tipping hook azure blue. Chassis, cardan part and wheel rims oxide red. Black radiator grille with large inserted Mercedes-Benz logo imprinted silver. Bumper with front fenders in black. Interior olive-brown. Headlamps hand-painted in silver. Driver's cab with silver ornamental strips, tail lights carmine red.