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1934 Praga Super Piccolo

1934 Praga Super Piccolo in Anne Frank: The Whole Story, Movie made for TV, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: CZ

1934 Praga Super Piccolo

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


yvon52 BE

2006-06-17 13:57

Quelqu'un peut-il préciser de quelle Wolseley 1939 il s'agit?

mrcadillac SX

2006-06-17 15:58

Je vois une ressemblance avec les calandre des Triumph des annees 30-40. Juste une idee comme ca. Mais je fais entierement confiance a nos amis British pour mieux cerner la bete.

yvon52 BE

2006-06-17 16:08

Voici le link avec tous les catalogues Triumphs d'avant-guerre = on a du travail :lol:


yvon52 BE

2006-06-17 16:11

Je continue à penser à Wolseley, les radiateurs Triumph étaient plus larges

esperantisto FR

2006-06-23 19:37

Morris ? 1938 ?

Raul1983 FI

2006-12-05 21:24

I think Yvon is right. It appears to be a 1939 Wolseley Eight

Mr Bridger EN

2007-09-12 22:54

1938 Wolseley Wasp. Eazy clean wheels and narrow slat grille

-- Last edit: 2007-09-12 22:56:19

chris40 UK

2007-09-13 10:45

I'm not happy about this, but I can't think of an alternative. Are the two cars shown in fact the same one? If so, the back view could not be either a Wolseley Eight (same body as the Morris Eight series E) or a Wasp. Both were six-light saloons and the Wasp was much more perpendicular:
As for the front view, where's the illuminated badge on the grille? The front bumper seems to be the wrong shape ...
... and the hubcaps look wrong too, although of course they could have been changed. Oh, and the windscreen's too shallow. This doesn't look British to me.
Sorry, everyone ... :/

-- Last edit: 2007-09-13 10:46:51

Sunbar UK

2007-09-13 11:45

I have to agree with all that chris40 says.

Are these really two different cars? If they are the same car, the rounded style of the rear for me does not match the much more angular front. The shape of the window in the rear door looks more rounded also in the rear view.

Also front wings are the wrong shape for Wolseley Eight, plus the windscreen wipers are wrong for the Wasp.

Not a British car (or cars) for me also.

-- Last edit: 2007-09-13 11:45:35

chris40 UK

2007-09-13 20:35

Does anyone else think the left-hand part of the picture is a Mercedes-Benz 170v? ... Possibly the one behind the mystery car in the other half!

Exactitude EN

2007-09-30 23:13

For me, ths is definitely not a Wolseley. That said, I cannot identify what it is.

Sunbar UK

2007-10-01 10:27

Listing changed to "Unknown" in place of 1938 Wolseley Wasp.

chris40 UK

2007-10-01 15:41

I'm just wondering ... is it possibly something like a Fiat 518? :??:

chris40 UK

2007-10-12 21:41

No, the grille's the wrong shape for a Riley ... I need help from the Eastern Europe experts: is there any chance this is a '30s Škoda? This one is smaller ...
... but the grille and hubcaps, in particular, look similar.

Leoz, I think we've more or less decided these are two different cars.

-- Last edit: 2007-10-12 21:43:24

Ralph DE

2007-10-12 21:55

i was thinking it is the same car

now the original pics from this car for a better identification:
[Image: 1anne011sv6.1622.jpg] [Image: 1anne023rr7.3069.jpg] Free Image Hosting at www.ImageShack.us

chris40 UK

2007-10-12 22:20

Ralph, I'm almost sure your first and second thumbnails are the second car - the one that in the third thumbnail is behind the lady on the bike - which I think is a Mercedes 170v. The main one in your third thumbnail - S60200? - is the one we've all had the problem with, and the one I'm now suggesting might be a Škoda or a Fiat 518. But thanks for trying ... :king:

Alexander DE

2007-10-13 01:55

It is a Praga Super Piccolo (1934-36).
[Image: piccolo19342bd742deqi4.2425.jpg]

The other one is indeed a Mercedes-Benz 170V [W136] (1936-42 & 1947-53). This version is from 1937 or younger. If I am not mistaken it is a pre-war model.

chris40 UK

2007-10-13 09:18

Nice one, Alexander :king: - even if the thumbnail seems to have disappeared. Still, at least I was half right ...

chris40 UK

2007-10-13 15:54

BTW was this the thumbnail?
[Image: 34prspidgy9.173.jpg]

Alexander DE

2007-10-13 16:31

Not exactly, but identical car.
I can see the image, so it might just be a temporary failure.

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