The grand finale of the auction week will be the unveiling of two very special – and sizeable – collector's items, SUVs "of a very different kind" as it were. The Krupp-Protze or Kfz 70 is an all-terrain, six-wheeled truck and artillery tractor with rear-wheel drive (6 x 4) that was designed as a personnel carrier. Manufactured in 1941, this particular vehicle is powered by a 3.5 l four-cylinder boxer engine (petrol), type Krupp M 304 in the 60 horsepower version, as built from 1936 to 1942. Restored to roadworthy condition, the truck is set to change hands for 145,000 euros. Bringing up the rear in our convoy is a self-propelled gun mounted on a Mercedes-Benz truck L3000 S, built in 1939. The original 4.8 l four-cylinder, 75 hp in-line diesel engine matches the chassis number. This medium-sized, all-terrain, 3-t military truck features a closed steel interior at the front of the chassis, with a reconstructed flat bed at the rear for an imposing 2-cm Gustloff-Werke antiaircraft gun, which, needless to say, has been deactivated in accordance with the applicable regulations. Fitted with extensive accessories, this service vehicle has been restored with enormous attention to detail and is now available for 95,000 euros.