3D model of a classic Austrian commercial vehicle, specifically designed as an omnibus, produced by Robert Kaufmann, an Austrian coachbuilder based in Vienna. Introduced in 1913, the Omnibuswagen 37 was designed to provide comfortable and reliable transportation for passengers in urban areas. Designed by Robert Kaufmann, the vehicle featured a wood-frame body, a spacious and well-appointed interior with several rows of seating for passengers, and a separate compartment for the driver. The Omnibuswagen 37 was typically built on a heavy-duty truck chassis from various manufacturers and was powered by a gasoline or diesel engine, depending on the configuration. The vehicle was equipped with solid rubber tires and mechanical drum brakes to meet the demands of early 20th century road conditions.
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