95700 BUSCH HO Robur LO 2500 Bus orange
The Robur Bus was produced 1961-1964. The prototype, produced by ROBUR and the VEB Karosseriewerk Halle between 1958 and 1960, was the forerunner of the Robur range of cabs. The Robur 2500 had an air-cooled 4 VO 11.8 / 9.5 SRL Robur LO 4/1
4-cylinder, 3345cc engine and 52 KW (70 hp) petrol engine. He reached a top speed of 80 km / h. He offered 18 seats and had characteristic "suicide doors". From 1965-1973 it was built as LO 2501 with front-hinged doors and 21 seats. Due to changed dimensions the bus became longer and higher.