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During World War II Steyr-Daimler-Puch used slave labour notably in the Mauthausen-Gusen camp complex at Gusen like all other larger German companies including Mercedes-Benz and M.A.N., etc. during that time; the product range was for military use, including the Steyr RSO [[Raupenschlepper Ost]] with an air-cooled 3.5 liter V8 engine, designed by [[Ferdinand Porsche]] who worked for Steyr-Daimler-Puch at that time.
 
During World War II Steyr-Daimler-Puch used slave labour notably in the Mauthausen-Gusen camp complex at Gusen like all other larger German companies including Mercedes-Benz and M.A.N., etc. during that time; the product range was for military use, including the Steyr RSO [[Raupenschlepper Ost]] with an air-cooled 3.5 liter V8 engine, designed by [[Ferdinand Porsche]] who worked for Steyr-Daimler-Puch at that time.
   
After the war Steyr-Daimler-Puch built [[Diesel]] engined [[Steyr Trucks]] and [[buses]], small and heavy [[Steyr Tractor]]s and also resumed passenger car production. First Steyr assembled the [[Fiat]] 1100 E, then put their own engine in a FIAT 1400, renaming the car the "Steyr 2000". From 1957 till the early seventies it produced the tiny [[Puch 500]] under license from FIAT, again with an engine of Austrian design.
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After the war Steyr-Daimler-Puch built [[Diesel]] engined trucks and [[buses]], small and heavy tractors and also resumed passenger car production. First Steyr assembled the [[Fiat]] 1100 E, then put their own engine in a FIAT 1400, renaming the car the "Steyr 2000". From 1957 till the early seventies it produced the tiny [[Puch 500]] under license from FIAT, again with an engine of Austrian design.
   
 
Most prominent, however, was their range of off-road cars, from the two-cylinder [[Haflinger]] and the heavy [[4 x 4]] or 6 x 6 [[Pinzgauer High Mobility All-Terrain Vehicle|Pinzgauer]] to the [[Mercedes-Benz G-Class|Mercedes-Puch G]].
 
Most prominent, however, was their range of off-road cars, from the two-cylinder [[Haflinger]] and the heavy [[4 x 4]] or 6 x 6 [[Pinzgauer High Mobility All-Terrain Vehicle|Pinzgauer]] to the [[Mercedes-Benz G-Class|Mercedes-Puch G]].
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