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Author: Joris Bergsma Sunday, 04 October 2015
Richard Biddulp writes: "A Benz ca. 1919. But what is it exactly? Untouched car for at least 90 years!!"
Author: Craig Little. Friday, 02 October 2015
Author: Franz Wednesday, 30 September 2015
What car is in the photo? Franz
Author: Andre Thursday, 17 September 2015
Andre writes: "This picture was taken in 1918 by a Fred Marr, who during WWI served in the South African Service Corps. The photo was take in the S.A.S.C. car park in Zomba, in the then Nyasaland (now Malawi). Could your readers please identify as many as possible cars in the picture?"
Author: Andre Monday, 14 September 2015
Andre writes: "This is a photo of the Bulawayo Fire Station No.2 in the Second City of Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) taken in 1932. The fire crew are members of the British South African Police force (B.S.A.P) - that is what the local police force was named up to 1980 - before a professional fire brigade was operating. Can anyone identify the 3 fire engines in the picture?"
Author: Günther,Heiko Saturday, 12 September 2015
Author: Joris Bergsma Wednesday, 09 September 2015
Barry Marsden: "Sorry to bother you but I wonder if you can identify the car in the rather poor photo 1940 photo I enclose? I’m writing a piece on the airman shown who was my uncle."
Author: Dr Graham Smith. Monday, 31 August 2015
Dr Graham Smith writes: "I discovered this photograph in a book called 'Lost Cornwall'. Before the Tamar Bridge was opened in 1961, the only way to travel to Cornwall from Plymouth, by car, was by using the ferry; unless one took the much longer inland route. This picture of the Bodinnck motor ferry shows it carrying what looks to be an Austin at the rear, but what is the make of the car at the front?"
Dr. Graham Smith
Author: Joyce Bergsma Saturday, 22 August 2015
Author: Terry Leach Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Terry Leach sennds this nice summer shot without reveiling where it is. He has been asked by a friend to identify the make and model of the car in the photo attached any help would be very much appreciated.
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