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IAA 1963, Documentary, 1963

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sixcyl FR

2019-12-30 20:04

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Background Vehicles:

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Alfa Giulia Sprint GT 1964 in the foreground.

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Unknown Ambulance.

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Small size Omnibus , could be bodied on any kind of chassis: Ford, Opel Blitz, Borgward, etc..

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Cadillac in the background left.

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Mercedes-Benz L 3500 in the background.

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On the right, maybe a DKW Universal.

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Neckar Jagst 770 on the right.

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Neckar Europa on the right.

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Fiat 1300/1500 on the left foreground.

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Fiat 1300/1500 on the right , fifth in the row.

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Fiat 1300/1500 on the right.

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Fiat 1800 in the background.

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Ford Taunus Transit, 6th in the row.

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Henshel HS14 or 16 in the background left behind the MAN 415.

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MAN 770 on the right.

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Motorbyke in foreground.

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Opel Kapitän 1960 in the background.

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Opel Rekord [P] on the left foreground.

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Opel Rekord [P] on the right foreground.

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Opel Rekord [P] on the right, fifth in the row.

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Renault 4CV I guess.

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Sedan on the left foreground.

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US sedan in the far background on the right.

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two-tone Sedan behind the Opel Rekord [P2] , could it be a French Ford Vedette Versailles?

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Dark in the middle/left.

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Early Fiat 1100 I guess.

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Volvo 121/122 on the right.

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VW 1200 Cabriolet on the left.

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VW 1200 Cabriolet on the right and background.

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VW 1500 background left.

sixcyl FR

2019-12-30 21:56

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Accessories

Seats
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Tyres and Wheels
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Dashboard and instruments
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Doors
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Bumpers
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Gasoline pump
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Caravans
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Ingo DE

2019-12-31 01:08

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the doors are NSU, the dashboard is Mercedes and the bumpers maybe, too.

The Fiat 1800 is the Neckar-version.

The "small size omnibus" is a Hearse, based on Opel- or Hanonag-basis, as it seems.
AnimatronixX knows more.

-- Last edit: 2019-12-31 01:13:07

AnimatronixX DE

2019-12-31 13:43

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See, this is why I love all these documentaries with random cars passing by.

sixcyl wrote

[Image: ambaa.4.jpg]
Unknown Ambulance.


Correct: "Unknown Ambulance" is the exact model name here, let's leave it like this. Body by Binz or Miesen.

sixcyl wrote [Image: busminiaa.jpg] [Image: busminiab.jpg]
Small size Omnibus , could be bodied on any kind of chassis: Ford, Opel Blitz, Borgward, etc..


Ingo wrote The "small size omnibus" is a Hearse, based on Opel- or Hanonag-basis, as it seems.
AnimatronixX knows more.


:wow: :wow: :wow: What an amazing find, sixcyl & Ingo! :king:

That's half a needle in 50 haystacks: A Hanomag (A?)L 28, bodied by the legendary Luchterhand & Freytag of Berlin. Not a single of their magnificent hearses is known to have survived, which is why I urgently demand an own page for this beauty. Here's what it looked like at slower speed:

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And here's what our other one looks like:
[Vehicle Image 152897]

Ingo DE

2019-12-31 18:36

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AnimatronixX wrote See, this is why I love all these documentaries with random cars passing by
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:wow: :wow: :wow: What an amazing find, sixcyl & Ingo! :king:

That's half a needle in 50 haystacks: A Hanomag (A?)L 28, bodied by the legendary Luchterhand & Freytag of Berlin. Not a single of their magnificent hearses is known to have survived, which is why I urgently demand an own page for this beauty. Here's what it looked like at slower speed:

[Image: luchterhandfreytaghanomagl28.jpg]

And here's what our other one looks like:
[Vehicle Image 152897]

A pic of a maybe third version you can find on page 108 in this excellent book:
https://www.christoph-links-verlag.de/mobile.cfm?view=3&titel_nr=198

A pic from the 20.6.1957 from the transfer of the mortal remains of
Link to "www.spd.de"
from West-Berlin to Hamburg.

Maybe a third version, because on that photo you see a hinted back wing, which ours here don't have.
It's not completely visible. The front is hidden by Otto Suhr and Willy Brandt.

-- Last edit: 2019-12-31 18:39:37

Ingo DE

2020-01-01 17:48

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@AnimatronixX: :hello: in the series "Das war dann mal weg" you can see in the episode about the Transit to West-Berlin for a few seconds a Mercedes T2-Hearse with a similar looking coachwork.

AnimatronixX DE

2020-01-01 18:00

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@Ingo Thanks - never spotted it (even though I watched that episode before). Looks like Rappold or Stolle, but I'm guessing. Not L&F any more, but they built a few of these Hanomag and Opel Blitz ones similar to what we see above. :)

sixcyl FR

2020-01-26 20:56

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Good work guys ! :king:

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