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Adler Trumpf Junior

Adler Trumpf Junior in Die weiße Rose, Movie, 1982 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

Adler Trumpf Junior

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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Tönz DE

2008-04-06 18:24

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For the brown two-door. If the others are interesting, we can list these too.

DAF555 SE

2008-04-06 19:18

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Adler Trumpf, about 1935

big dave VA

2008-04-06 19:31

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The limo looks like a Humber Pullman. Comments??

chris40 UK

2008-04-06 21:16

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I'd have said a 1949+ Super Snipe, by the larger rear window and the more modest boot/trunk. btw the other one is a 1939 Opel Kapitän.

-- Last edit: 2008-04-06 21:30:25

Ingo DE

2008-04-06 23:02

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The location is a bit an anachronism. The fence with the door, the street-lamps and the doors of the building are post-war-made, the door-house on the left, too. Typical 50ies-style.

DynaMike NL

2008-04-07 16:18

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Very wrong rear lights on the Opel Kapitän...

chris40 UK

2008-04-07 18:14

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True, Mike, although all I can tell is that they're too low down. Still, in 44 years (including the 1939-45 unpleasantness) it's bound to have suffered some modifications. I wonder if the tiny original ones would still be legal? :??:

Tönz DE

2008-04-07 19:14

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They would. The car actually has to be in original condition to receive the favoured 'H'-license in Germany (flat tax for vehicles of cultural value, that are older than 30 years). Any modification except for safety or environmental features must be done 20 years ago or earlier. In this case the new taillights have been mounted before 1982, so these wouldn't be a problem today.

Alexander DE

2008-04-07 19:36

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Those rear lights look familiar, but I cannot remember which car they originally belonged to. Any ideas?

Tönz DE

2008-04-07 19:40

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Chrysler PT Cruiser :p

DynaMike NL

2008-04-07 19:44

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Maybe Wartburg 311?

Ingo DE

2008-04-09 08:53

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Or VW Type 3 Shortnose? Or NSU 1200?

Anyways, they aren't original for the Kapitän. No wonder, it was filmed in 1982 and partly in Budapest. In that times pre-war-cars or Western post-war-cars were running in Eastern Europe with a lot of strange and provisional repairs.
In Western Europe it was not too different in that years. The hobby "oldtimer" was not common then and there were big problems to get parts for over 40 years old cars (anyways, today these problems aren't very much better for some classic cars - included Opel Kapitän's)

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