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Opel Blitz Truck Lowpoly 3D model

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3D Model Specifications
Product ID:1269867
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Geometry:Polygonal
Polygons:3,476
Vertices:2,415
Textures:Yes
Materials:No
Rigged:No
Animated:No
UV Mapped:Yes
Unwrapped UVs:Mixed
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Low Poly Opel Blitz Truck low-poly 3d model ready for Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), games and other real-time apps.

Low Poly model of German WW2 Opel Blitz truck . Model contains real details and proportions. 2048x2048 texture included -AO, decals and colors are on separated layers, tracks and wheels use second texture 1024x1024. Texture designed for scaling - great for mobile games.

'During the years preceding World War II Opel was Germany's largest truck producer. The Blitz name, found in a prize competition, was first applied to an Opel truck in 1930.
By 1934 there were four base versions offered of the 1 tonne basic model along with fourteen versions of the larger 2 and 2 tonne trucks. Under the terms of Nazi economy and the German re-armament the authorities ordered the construction of the Opelwerk Brandenburg facilities in 1935, where until 1944 more than 130,000 Blitz trucks and chassis were produced. The medium-weight versions originally were equipped with a flathead 68 HP petrol engine coming from the 1930 GM Buick Marquette, replaced in 1937 with a modern overhead valve 75 HP straight-six engine also used in Opel Admiral passenger cars. This engine was very similar to Chevrolet engines from the same period, to the point that disabled Blitzes abandoned by fleeing Germans could be easily put back into operation by advancing Allies using Chevy/GMC and Bedford parts.'
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