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About Quiz #354: 1934-39 Hanomag Rekord (modified) Limousine


About Quiz #354: 1934-39 Hanomag Rekord (modified) Limousine
Not too many correct answers this time. Sorry, it is not an Aries, or a Humber or an Austin. Only two competitors came up to the right marque and model, and only one was completly correct. There were two nasty issues about this car: The rear end, modified in the 40s in order to get more space for extra-passengers (something very typical in the early postwar years) and the engine. As most dedicated classic car afficionados probably know, Hanomag was one of the pioneer brands in the use of Diesel engines, and the first "dieselized" model was the Rekord. Jury member Frans van Vrijaldenhoven explains in his answer that this fine piece of junk has to be a 1938/39 Hanomag Rekord Diesel, and yes he is very close... but not entirely. This concrete unit wears a regular petrol engine, as you can see in photo below. The top of the engine is similar to the Diesel model, but the position of the water pump and filters show enough differences to identify the engine as a 1.5 petrol engine, like this one.  This week's  is Valery Patrakov, who needed just two words to claim victory: " Hanomag Rekord" (check the ID-plate below). Congratulations Valery! And don't let us fool you with later modifications a next time...
   

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#1 2013-09-28 06:47
I think the fact that the engine is fitted with a carburettor might rule out it being a diesel :-)

Tony.
 

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Bart Oosterling NL
Bas de Voogd / Rutger Booy NL team
Bob Swanson USA Sports Cars & Racing Cars
Carleton Hughes USA
Ced Pearce South-Africa Ford & Cord
Chris Paulsen USA Brass Era (pre-1916) cars
David Green NZ
Dick Trenk (deceased 2010) USA US cars
Dominique Barbault F French Cars
Don Edwards USA US Classics
Eduard Hattuma NL
Fons Alkemade NL French automobiles
Frans Vrijaldenhoven NL Dutch Automobile Historian
Fried Stol NL
Hans Compter NZ
Harry Schley Germany
Henk Visscher NL Firsts in Car Industry
Ian Hayhurst Canada pre-1916 autos / early Mopar
Ingo Jost Germany German Cars
James Helms USA
João Pedro Gazineu Brazil
John Barringer UK
John Robins UK
Jon Baker Australia
José A. Gómez Argentina
Josef Kubista CZ
Joseph P. McCormick USA
Kit Foster USA US cars 1920-1960, Stanley Steamers
Kjetil Langsaether Norway
Lars-Göran Lindgren S brass era cars
Luke Chennel USA
Marc Fellman Australia
Mark Dawber NZ
Mike Clark GB Vintage Cars.
Mike Tebbett UK cyclecars
Mike Turner USA
Nicolas Boissier France
Paul Linster L French & Britsh sports cars
Peter Ransom Australia
Richard Armstrong UK
Radu Comsa Romania
Raul Valkila Finland
Reg Harris Australia Citroën and English cars
Robb Stewart USA early racing and sports cars
Robbie Marenzi Argentina
Roger Fields USA
Rutger Booy / Bas de Voogd NL team
Stuart Penketh Thailand
Theo Castricum NL US cars
Tom Chaney USA
Verner Johnson DK