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Oudste tankstation van Nederland

Author: pieter veenje Sunday, 24 August 2014

Oudste tankstation van Nederland

Tankstation Keulsepoort is het oudste tankstation van Nederland en dateert uit 1933. Het werd gebouwd als Servicestation voor The American Petroleum Company. De bouw was indertijd revolutionair en hypermodern te noemen. Het is een voorbeeld van het Nieuwe Bouwen uit de tijd tussen 1920 en 1940 en herinnerd aan Amerikaanse roadmovies. Het tankstation speelde voor Venlo een hoofdrol in de Rally van Monte Carlo vóór 1940, toen daar een tussenstop was.

   

My Packard Six Touring Sedan 1938

Author: M.Weijmans Monday, 18 August 2014

Packard Six Touring Sedan 1938Packard Six Touring Sedan  uit 1938  with history of restoration

M.Weijmans, Nederland  


editor: in case it is your intention to sell the car you better to post the car here 
     
   

Mystery Pallas carburettor

Author: Manfred Heyne Sunday, 10 August 2014

Mystery Pallas carburettor

Recently I purchased this nice brass carburettor.
The Pallas carbs I saw before had ring shaped floats. This has a normal float.
It seems that one can use this carb vertical or horizontal depending on the assembly.
It is marked J3 no. J1753.
Can anybody tell me more concerning the Pallas?
 
   
   

Ford modelo A

Author: Germain Tuesday, 12 August 2014

Ford modelo A

Vendo Ford modelo A 1928 completamente restaurado
 
    
   

Schloss Dyck 2014

Author: Joris Bergsma Friday, 08 August 2014

Schloss Dyck 2014

Last weekend I went to 'Schloss Dyck' and saw many peculiar vehicles. Attached one example.

Kind regards,
Charles
 
   

T.Ford

Author: Karel Vermeer Sunday, 20 July 2014

T.Ford

This orginal looking T-Ford appeared at a farm day near Lekkerkerk (NL).
 
  
   

What is it?

Author: Joris Bergsma Monday, 04 August 2014

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Dear Sir or Madam,

I have a question regarding a find that I made a few days ago...

I go metal detecting in the Oxfordshire area. A couple of days ago I found (usually I find coins - medieval, roman- and buttons and scrap metal) a folded peace of metal. I cleaned it up and left it in my flat...until my landlord (an retired antique dealer) saw that peace and asked me if he should straighten it. We took some pictures...and look what came out.

Do you have any idea what that is....obviously a car plaque but what for and which time. I guess pre war!?

Thanks for your help in advance.

Kind regards
Michael Waldher

   

Liotard Freres Car

Author: Richard Izard Sunday, 03 August 2014



This car was spotted by me in Nuemea , New Caledonia last week, at a small car rally.
 
    
   

1939 Dodge D-11 Deluxe 4dr Sedan

Author: Christopher Tuesday, 29 July 2014

1939 Dodge D-11 Deluxe 4dr Sedan

I picked the car up about ayear ago. When purchased it was 99% original with 75,000 miles. I have since had to do some minor repairs (water pump, clutch etc). I need to do some interior work as the headliner and front seat are in need of replacement. The Seller had wanted to chop the car into a street rod but changed his mind, so I ended up with it for a song. I plan on replacing the bumpers after getting them rechromed and doing a new paint job on it once I get the build card to find out what the original color was.
 
     
   

Mystery Air Cooled Cylinders, Franklin ?

Author: John Kent Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Mystery Air Cooled Cylinders
Hello, A friend who is not computer literate sent me the attached images of three new old stock cylinders which he would like to have identified.  He says that the bores are 3.375" in diameter & as can be seen in the images one cylinder has the word 'Frankland' written in chalk.  Perhaps it is from an air cooled 'Franklin' car?  I am sure that one of your website visitors will be able to identify these items.    

thanks,

John
   

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