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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by 57snrf, Apr 8, 2015.

  1. 57snrf
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  2. chrisp
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    I do believe this car reappeared body parted out from the frame in Germany for an insane price.

    I think I know where this car is now (not mine) the guy called, hooked his trailer and got it within a few hours...
     
  3. daveh1932
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    IMG_0521.JPG Copied from Classic Custom Cars Facebook Group, Steve Roberts photo:
     
  4. 57snrf
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    From Sweden
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  6. 57snrf
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    From Denmark - cool plates
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  7. Gearhead-DK
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    Kim and I at the "Jungle Fever" event in Denmark :)

    The plates are the historic reproductions of the pre-1950 enamel number plates in DK
     
  8. Steffen Jobst
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    And now the FIRST VOLKSWAGEN:

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    ford d 1934 range.jpg
     
  13. Steffen Jobst
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    And here some very cool artworks (French & German):


    1933 FORD V8 MODÈLE 40.JPG

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  14. Steffen Jobst
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    Press release picture Ford "Köln":
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  15. Steffen Jobst
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    Does anyone know this:

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  16. Steffen Jobst
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    "Erich Petzold aus Köln statuierte im Jahr 1936 ein Exempel. Er lud drei Mitfahrer in seinen V8, der es inzwischen auf 90 serienmäßige PS gebracht hatte, und jagte mit ihnen über die Reichsautobahn Frankfurt - Bruchsal drei Mal hin und zurück. Da kamen 652 Kilometer zusammen, die er mit einem 130er-Schnitt abspulte, wobei sich herausstellte, daß der V8 es auf 142 km/h Spitze zu bringen vermochte. Das war die bisher höchste erzielte Reisegeschwindigkeit und Autobahnfestigkeit eines in Deutschland gebauten Tourenwagens. Es war ein Wert, der in jenen Tagen noch nicht einmal von einem Reihenachtzylinder Horch erreicht wurde. Der war drei Mal so teuer wie der Ford und mußte schon bei 120 km/h passen. Seit 1935 wurden die V8 Motoren auch in Köln und Dagenham (GB) gebaut, unterschieden sich aber zeitlebens in Details und Nebenaggregaten von ihren amerikanischen Vorbildern. Auch bei den Karosserien gab es durchaus regionale Unterschiede, wie den deutschen "Spezial" mit Ambi-Budd Ganzstahlkarosserie. Bei den Pkw-Verkäufen und im Export standen die Kölner jeweils auf Rang drei - der "V8" hielt in der Hubraumklasse zwischen drei und vier Liter einen Marktanteil von fast 32 Prozent."
    Ford Oldtimer und Motorsport Club Cologne e.V. im ADAC
     
  17. Steffen Jobst
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    Finnland-UdSSR-War>>>
    Finnland supported by the Germans... perhaps this is a explanation?
     
  18. Steffen Jobst
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    Ford_BB_Mod_1937_Winter_in_Staraja-Russa.jpg
    Ford_BB_2-5t_LKW_-_5cm_Pak_38.jpg
     
  19. Trad V8
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    This looks like a 'trafficator' as commonly seen here in the UK. Sometimes seen as an add-on just behind the front doors but normally at mid window height not low down here as dictated by the body style, they were usually integrated into the body as a flush device. It is an amber indicator 'arm' that flips out when you signal.

    And what a great collection of period adds, tks for putting these on here.
     
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  20. Steffen Jobst
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    Yes must be a "winker".
    I didn't know, that these were integrated in the body at this time.
    I thought they were "ad-on" in the 30ties.
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  21. Steffen Jobst
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    Bildschirmfoto 2017-01-31 um 10.37.49 Kopie.jpg

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  22. Steffen Jobst
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    Ford 8HP Assembly Line in England 1933:

     
  23. Steffen Jobst
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    And believe it or not: Alfalfa was working there!
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  24. woodbutcher
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    :D That little feller sure got around.
    Good luck.Have fun.Be safe.
    Leo
     
  25. Gabalus
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    I'm agree Steffen about turn signal. I saw a 1935 car with the same one's.

    About the trucks in post 858, I saw one few years ago. On Ford tag : "AA4 long".
    They didn't want to sell me the truck. :(
     
  26. 57snrf
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    Roadrunners Car Club, France
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  27. nix
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  29. Steffen Jobst
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    I live 136 Miles away from this deuce.
     
  30. 57snrf
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    Neat car, Nix - thanks for posting
     

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