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Fahrzeugfabriken Ansbach und Nurnberg
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Foundation of the vehicle manufacturing company Ansbach and Nuremberg began in 1845 as an iron foundry by Justus Christian Braun. In 1897, The first "dust cart", especially for collecting rubbish is produced.

Faun (Fahrzeugfabriken Ansbach und Nurnberg) got their name in 1916 after the unification of the works in Ansbach and Nuremberg. In 1908, they began production of refuse collection vehicles and sweepers and began truck production in 1918 in Germany. From 1924 to 1927 they offered a private car but had no commercial success. In 1943, the FAUN factories were completely destroyed during World War 2. They built commercial trucks from 1928 to 1990.

(Portions of this post are sourced from FAUN)

faun shield emblem

Faun shield emblem.

faun f truck emblem

Faun "F" truck emblem. (source: Radiator Emblem Collection)

faun 200000km emblem

Faun 20,0000km_emblem.

faun nurnberg emblem

Faun Nurnberg emblem.

faun logo

Faun logo.

FAUN CARS
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1923 Faun 6/24 PS.

faun disposal truck

Faun disposal truck. (source: Faun)

FAUN MARKETING
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1922 FAUN truck brochure.

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