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Wolf, 4 x 4, 24 V (Rear view, left side)

 
 

Rear view, left side

Picture courtesy of Poul Erik Soerensen, Skive

 

The Wolf Mine Protected Vehicle (MPV) is a variant of the South African Casspir and produced at the Windhoeker Maschinenfabrik (1998) Pty Ltd (WMF) in Namibia. Windhoeker Maschinenfabrik (1998) Pty Ltd (WMF) of Namibia is an engineering company that was established in the Republic of Namibia in the year 1939.  Since its inception the company has specialised in heavy engineering, steel fabrication and automotive engineering.
WMF designed and manufactured its first MPV in 1977. Since then WMF continually developed capabilities of excellence in this challenging engineering field.  Some of these developments were undertaken in close collaboration with internationally recognised experts, whilst others were concluded through the company’s own research, development and testing programmes.
In 1998 the Namibian Government bought WMF and transformed the company into a State Corporation. 
Of particular note is that fact that all WMF vehicles are built on standard, commercially available MAN (German) automotive components. This ensures not only vehicle reliability, but also cost-effective world-wide logistic support through the existing MAN dealer network.


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