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1964 Volkswagen Kleinlieferwagen 'Fridolin' [Typ 147]

1964 Volkswagen Kleinlieferwagen [Typ 147] in Olsenbandens siste bedrifter, Movie, 1975 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: DE

1964 Volkswagen Kleinlieferwagen 'Fridolin' [Typ 147]

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andrepa DE

2012-08-04 16:21

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also known as Fridolin originally made for Deutsche Bundespost
1964 - 1974

tore-40 NO

2015-12-28 17:14

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Wrong colour for the DB, also they had no side windows.

@ingo. @andrepa: Could this be the real Flughafen Hamburg (I guess the sign says Luftfracht Hamburg) with the Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Max-Zelck-Straße in the background?

ingo DE

2015-12-28 17:32

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tore-40 wrote Wrong colour for the DB, also they had no side windows.
@ingo. @andrepa: Could this be the real Flughafen Hamburg (I guess the sign says Luftfracht Hamburg) with the Evangelisch-Lutherische Kirche in Max-Zelck-Straße in the background?


little correction: "DB" was "Deutsche Bundesbahn", "DBP" or on plates "BP" was Deutsche Bundespost ;) Nowadays the "Bundespolizei", the former "Bundesgrenzschutz" has "BP" on their plates.
Any yes, this is one of the very few Fridolin, which were not made for the German or the Swiss Post.

:think: not sure about the location. The Luftfracht Hamburg may be authentic, but when I look on Google Maps for the Max-Zelck-Straße, it's on the other side of the airport, behind the Eastern runway, not behind the buildings, which are on the Western edge of the areal.

P.S. I already mentioned, that Bundesgrenzschutz VW T2 and T3 are very famous for the aircooled VW-freaks, as the have sliding doors on both sides plus the large (and very expensive) sunroof.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-28 17:32:15

tore-40 NO

2015-12-28 17:37

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AFAIK only three 147 made to Norway so it could be faked location, but then a hyper rare car for the scene

ingo DE

2015-12-28 17:48

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tore-40 wrote AFAIK only three 147 made to Norway so it could be faked location, but then a hyper rare car for the scene

I don't think, that it's a faked location, the inscription on the hangar looks authentic, although I cannot find an actual pic of it, resp. only of the new buildings
https://www.hamburg-airport.de/de/luftfracht.php

Plus the fact, that the Olsen-movies, the Danish and the Norwegian, were not that elaborate blockbusters, that they worked with faked locations.

P.S. any non-Bundespost and non-PTT Fridolin is extreme rare anyways.

-- Last edit: 2015-12-28 17:50:21

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