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Re: Vehicle identity requests

Post by uncle » 03 Feb 2020 11:37

Few other:
bad quality, but that small boattail sportscar
Hi Jose.
Maybe Amilcar...
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Post by fireindi64 » 03 Feb 2020 13:43

ayovtshev wrote:
01 Feb 2020 08:00
Maxschnauzer wrote:
31 Jan 2020 21:41
Hi Henning,
You are right but Angel said "late 1940's" which is early postwar as you said.
Exactly!

The picture is from 1949 (earliest) and shows a
manifestation of the workers from Factory 10(nowadays JSC Arsenal AD), Kazanluk.

Cheers,
Angel
Hello,
sorry, you both are absolut right, i was a little bit unconcentrated :oops: its clear late 40`s is early postwar. I only read 1940. :oops: :oops: :oops:
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Henning

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Re: Vehicle identity requests

Post by ilfil » 03 Feb 2020 21:58

Jose85 wrote:
02 Feb 2020 14:14
Ford, but what? The rear layout looks somewhat similar to DAF Trado conversion on Opel Blitz, weirdo cab...
fordrusslandschlamm.jpg
Yep, it is exactly this: 1940/41 Ford Trado. Another picture, probably the same truck:

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"...and on the 8th day He made truck so that man, made on 7th day, had shelter when woman threw him out for the night."

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Re: Vehicle identity requests

Post by Maxschnauzer » 03 Feb 2020 22:38

carius wrote:
03 Feb 2020 10:59
Image from ebay.de №202890867947vir.jpg
George
Hi George,
Rolux "Voiturette Baby"
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Post by kerryboo » 04 Feb 2020 00:18

Hi George and Max,
Or possibly "New Map", which I think was the pre-war incarnation. It is hard to believe in the days of modern traffic that these were intended to be used on the open road, like the modern-day Sans Permis which are still used here in France.
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Kerry.
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Post by Maxschnauzer » 04 Feb 2020 04:41

Hi Kerry,
I think we're both right. The above ad states "Licence NEW-MAP" in small font.
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Post by AlifRafikKhan » 04 Feb 2020 13:07

Maxschnauzer wrote:
03 Feb 2020 10:56
Hi Alif,
You're not giving us much there but IMO it's a '37 Buick.
Thank you Max

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Post by dirk Peeters » 04 Feb 2020 14:54

hello
after a long period in which i was inactive here
i ll have the time to pick up here
wonderfull pictures i ve seen here
i ll have a few Ford Trado (DAF) in my archive
they are different models has all the same name ?there must be a specific name to it no ?
001 (4).jpg
001 (3).jpg
001 (2).jpg
001 (1).jpg
Greetings to all here
Dirk
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Re: Vehicle identity requests

Post by carius » 05 Feb 2020 07:54

Thank you Kerryboo and Max!

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George

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Post by Maxschnauzer » 05 Feb 2020 08:29

dirk Peeters wrote:
04 Feb 2020 14:54
hello
after a long period in which i was inactive here
i ll have the time to pick up here
wonderfull pictures i ve seen here
i ll have a few Ford Trado (DAF) in my archive
they are different models has all the same name ?there must be a specific name to it no ?
001 (4).jpg001 (3).jpg001 (2).jpg001 (1).jpg

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Dirk
Welcome back Dirk :welcome: :D
Lots more good Pagtrekker pics here: https://panzerserra.blogspot.com/2016/1 ... -case.html
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Re: Vehicle identity requests

Post by dirk Peeters » 05 Feb 2020 09:13

Thanks max

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Re: Vehicle identity requests

Post by Sturm78 » 05 Feb 2020 18:48

Hi all,

As usual for me with Daimler-Benz trucks, I need help with this one: Lo 2000 ??

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Post by Maxschnauzer » 06 Feb 2020 05:22

Hi Sturm,
It looks small. ID points such as headlamp position, 6 bolt wheels, and front wings point to an L 1500, in my opinion.
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Post by ayovtshev » 06 Feb 2020 08:11

Hi Sturm,

That's not a Lo2000.
The Lo2000 had its front lights mounted on the fenders:
https://images.app.goo.gl/uccwnsrZFXnjABt68

I think it is a L1/L2 truck, like the 1936 model pictured here:
https://cdn.classicdigest.com/live/cari ... d52af3.jpg

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Post by SIS 5 » 06 Feb 2020 11:46

Hi Sturm 78, hi Max, hi Angel,

I think it could be a Mercedes-Benz type L 2000 l (l = leicht = light) from the year 1937. Here a pic of this truck out of the book "Autotypenbuch. Typentafeln der Deutschen Kraftfahrzeugindustrie 1937".

Best regards

Bert
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