Bussing was a German bus and truck manufacturer established by Heinrich Bussing (1843-1929) at Braunschweig in 1903. Bussing's first truck was a 2 ton payload machine powered by a 2-cylinder gasoline engine and featuring worm drive. That successful design was later built under licence by other companies in Germany, Austria, Hungary and by Straker-Squire in England. Before World War I Bussing started to build heavy-duty trucks for its time. These trucks featured with 4 and 6 cylinder engines. ( 5 tonne and 11 tonne respectively). In 1923, Bussing introduced the first rigid three axle chasis which used in upcoming models and allowed Bussing to lead the market share in Germany in commercial vehicles.
Pictured here is a German Bussing-Nag truck with Bilstein crane for towing large vehicles. Sold Out!