|Number of locations||Eisenach, Zwickau, Zittau, Chemnitz|
|Products||cars, vans, trucks, buses, bicycles, motorcycles,|
Industrieverband Fahrzeugbau (Industrial Association for Vehicle Construction), usually abbreviated as IFA, was a conglomerate and a union of companies for vehicle construction in the former East Germany (DDR).
IFA produced bicycles, motorcycles, light commercial vehicles, automobiles, vans and heavy trucks. All East German vehicle manufacturers - like Trabant, Wartburg, Barkas, Robur, Multicar, Simson or MZ Motorrad- und Zweiradwerk - were part of the IFA.
IFA also produced W50 trucks and Robur light trucks and vans.
Transporter & trucksEdit
- Framo ?
- Barkas B1000 flatbed truck
- Multicar M 25
- Robur LD 3000
- IFA G5 ?
- IFA H6 based on the H6 bus
- IFA W50 water tender
- IFA L60 ?
- Fortschritt farm equipment
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