Kübelwagen is a contraction of Kübelsitzwagen, meaning 'bucket-seat car' because all German light military vehicles that had no doors were fitted with bucket seats to prevent passengers from falling out.
This body style had first been developed by Karosseriefabrik Nikolaus Trutz [de] in 1923. The first Porsche Type 62 test vehicles had no doors and were therefore fitted with bucket seats as Kübelsitzwagen, that was later shortened to Kübelwagen. Mercedes, Opel and Tatra also built Kübelsitzwagen.
German BALKENKREUZ CrossPrice£10.00
KUBELWAGEN SHIPPING STENCILPrice£10.00
KUBELWAGEN NUMBER PLATES STENCILPrice£12.00
KUBELWAGEN AIR INTAKE STENCILPrice£5.00
KUBELWAGEN BATTERY BOX STENCILPrice£10.00
KUBELWAGEN MAX SPEED STENCILPrice£5.00
KUBELWAGEN ABSTAND STENCILPrice£8.00
KUBELWAGEN TIRE PRESSURES STENCILPrice£5.00