Show your pre-war car

We like to invite you want to share photos and/or story with us.

If you have a nice old photo, or a great new photo, or own a pre-war car
we are happy if you want to share one or more photos with us.

My Austin Seven 1932

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Author: Kim Monday, 13 April 2015

Austin Seven 1932

My small Austin Seven 1932. Kim
 

   
   

1941 Buick sedan 46SSE

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Author: francois Tuesday, 07 April 2015

Buick 1941 sedan 46SSERestauration has started last september, some problems with the engine with a long crack welded without having been dismanteld.
Car will be ready for this summer ?
  
   

the 1905 Panhard et Levassor 8-11 HP three cylinder

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Author: Kevin Atkinson Tuesday, 07 April 2015

panhard et levassor mystery car

Beaumont's article as mentioned in my comment, Kevin Atkinson
   

Open Days near Techno Classica

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Author: Hubert Kranz Tuesday, 31 March 2015

Open Day´sUns finden Sie nichtauf der Techno Classica in Essen. Sie können uns jedoch in Straelen besuchen. Unsere Tore öffnen wir für Sie vom 15-19 April. Von der Messe Essen sind wir ca. 50Km entfernt. In unsere Werkstatt finden Sie zahlreiche Vorkriegs- und Nachkriegsfahrzeuge.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch

Gerne können Sie einen Termin absprechen.

 

Mit freundlichen Grüßen

Oldtimerservice Kranz

 

www.hubert-kranz.de

 

   

Street Scene

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Author: Wade Treadway Thursday, 26 February 2015

street scene_wade_treadway_470

Wade Treadway: "While sorting through images my father shot in the 1930's I came across this scene. I don't know where it is or what the car is but liked the composition of the image with the Garage sign and the Castrol sign."

   

Morris eight four seat tourer

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Author: Mocci Demartis Tuesday, 24 February 2015

Morris eight four seat tourer

Classic British car of 1937, has been bought in 2006 from an Italian car-importer, who took the trouble to rematriculate it in Italy. Now it's cheriched on Sardinia, were it is part of my car-collection. For its elegance,  this car participates in many shows and exhibitions.
 
 
   

Dodge Brother Australian Body 1928

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Author: Jan Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Dodge Brother Australian Body 1928

Dodge Brother T 1928 Fast Four

Model 128 Export Australia Body

Zylinder  4

Liter       3,479

HP        24      

 

     
   

100 summers on

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Author: Joris Bergsma Friday, 13 February 2015

100 summers on

Ben Stephens: "Back in July last year, after reading an article in a 1934 copy of the 'Light Car' entitled 20 summers on, showing a picture of a Triumph Gloria by the Menin Gate, we decided to do a trip 100 summers on. A very moving trip of the Ypres Salient was undertaken. Staying at the wonderful Varlet Farm bed and breakfast, we toured the sites mentioned in the original article. The car is a 1934 Triumph Gloria 'Monte Carlo'. we are already planning a trip to Normandy in our six cylinder Gloria Saloon in March this year, and again to Belgium in the Monte Carlo for a trip to Waterloo."

(5000 comp / comp5000 )

  
   

A Paris-Madrid, Paris-Vienna, Paris- Rouen Mystery?

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Author: Ariejan Bos Tuesday, 20 January 2015

A Paris-Madrid, Paris-Vienna, Paris- Rouen Mystery?Here is another photo of the Peugeot of Ravel. The race was won by Levegh on a Mors, by the way (see other photo). Both photos from La France Automobile.

Ariejan Bos 
 
   

1939 Raymond Mays

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Author: Stewart Wilkie Wednesday, 14 January 2015

1939 Raymond Mays

Stewart Wilkie: "I have just purchased the 1939 Raymond Mays V8 prototype, which was to be the E.R.A sportscar. The engine was a highly modified Standard Flying V-8 of 2.7 Litres. The hostilities started shortly after its launch and the plans had to be postponed. A  company though was formed called Shelsley Motors Ltd based at Bourne to produce and market the car alongside the E.R.A racing cars. It was entered for the RAC rally and driven by S.C.H. Davis (Ex Bentley Le Mans winner) who finished twelfth in class behind the SS Jaguars and the 328's. A.F. Rivers Fletcher and his spouse both managed to exceed 100 mph at Brooklands shortly after this and the handling was described from several eminent drivers as "...the best handling sportscar in its class." It would be a wonderful handling car though as the chassis, suspension and brakes were modified by the Guru Peter Berthon who was one of the directors."
 

 
   

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