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This article is about the vehicle manufacturer. For the music, see Famo.
FAMO, short for Fahrzeug- und Motoren-Werke (Automobile and Engine Works) was a German vehicle manufacturer in the early 20th century.
- Sd.Kfz. 9: Heavy half-track used by German forces in World War II; some were also produced by Vomag and Tatra.
- Marder II, produced 1942-1943.
- Wespe self-propelled artillery
- Rübezahl caterpillar tractor
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