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Unknown radiator

Author: Jochen Sunday, 19 June 2016

Unknown radiatorDoes anyone have an idea from wich car this radiator can be. It´s 70 cm high, 45 cm wide and 30 cm deep. 28ft x 17,5 ft x 11,5 ft. Bought it 30 yaers ago from a clothing Museum. I´ve been told, it should be german.
Thank you for any help!
      
   

Italian lady with unknown edwardian car

Author: Paolo Bordini Wednesday, 15 June 2016

italian lady with unknown edwardian car

A friend sent me this picture asking me to identify make and model of the car. The location in Italy is unknown, but possibly in the Naples area. I suggested an italian make, but must admit my knowledge on cars does not reach back to the edwardian ones. Should not be very difficult , I guess. Paolo Bordini

   

My Fiat 508L, 1939 - 1100L

Author: Mikhail Friday, 10 June 2016

Fiat 508L, 1939 year - 1100LThe car is prepared for renovation. 100% original details.

Proud owner: Mikhail 
    
   

PAC Tour 14/05/2016

Author: Karel Vermeer Friday, 10 June 2016

PAC Tour 14/05/2016A few weeks ago the Pioneer Automobielen Club (PAC) of Holland held there yearly Yssel Tour at Nieuwerkerk a/d IJssel. a few of the car: Rolls Royce, Bentley, MG SA, Bugatti, Cadillac, Minerva 

Pictures: Karel Vermeer 
      
   

My daughter driving a 1902 Thomas Model 17

Author: Russell Holden Friday, 10 June 2016

Younger Drivers 

This is a photo of Andrea Holden from Mudgee NSW Australia. She been driving old cars for a number of years "un-officially" She recently received her learner permit and is pictured here driving our 1902 Thomas Model 17 (the oldest known Thomas of Thomas Flyer fame) Andrea drove the car regularly on our recent National 1 & 2 cylinder tour in Morwell, Victoria and is very keen to own a 2 cylinder veteran.

 

Ruseell Holden, Mudgee, NSW

   

A miniature photo

Author: Greg Bailey Thursday, 30 June 2016

submission of photoThis is a photo circa 1925 of my grandmother, father and uncle taken in the oil boom town of Slick. Oklahoma.  Could you please send a copy of your writers guidelines? Thank you.

Greg Bailey

 

   

My Chenard & Walcker Y3

Author: ton Maigret Friday, 10 June 2016

Chenard & Walcker Y3
Chenard & Walcker Y3 1926

Owner: Ton Maigret

       
   

About Dunamis in quiz #quiz 414

Author: Luc Ryckaert Saturday, 25 June 2016

Dunamis  What is it quiz 414Some time ago I participated in prewar quiz 414, but meanwhile, I found more information that I would like to share.   I 'm a volunteer for the Belgian Federation of  Ancient Cars (BFOV/FBVA), and once a week we work in Brussels where we put up an information centre. The library of the Belgian Veteran Car Club is located on the same spot. I wanted to know more on Dunamis, and together with a staff member of the RVCCB, I looked in the cabinets. Inside the official catalogue of the XVII Brussels Car Show (1923) I found an advert. The bound volume of the 1923 Englebert Magazines gave some general information and the technical data. 25 HP, 8 cylinders, 70 x 110, 3386 cc, Scintilla ignition, Solex carb, multiple disc clutch, OHV, brakes on all wheels, 895 x 150 tyre size, 45000 francs for the chassis and 60000 francs for the torpédo, by far the most expensive of the belgian cars listed. A Miesse 25 HP car  was  44000 francs and a Métallurgique 26 HP 50000 francs. The coloured advert comes from "De geschiedenis van de Belgische auto", a book issued in 1980 that I have in my own little library.

Regards and keep them rolling,

Luc Ryckaert
 
 
 
   

Marta automobile in Austro Hungarian Empire

Author: George Nica Friday, 10 June 2016

Marta automobile in Austro Hungarian EmpireDear PWC community,

I try to find out what is the make of the car in the picture, and the location  where photo have been shot. 
It may be a Marta, but have no other photos to compare.
Marta ( Magyar Automobil Részvény Társaság Arad) automobiles were build in 1909 under Westinghouse license in Arad. The city is now located in Romania. 
The nice details in the picture, the flag, the flowers, the costumes, etc. sugest that the day was very special.
There is also a "... Janos" shop in the background.
Can anyone help and identify the car, the statue in the background or the building ?

Thank you,
George Nica

 
       
   

which type is our family Mercedes ?

Author: Bjorn Thursday, 09 June 2016

Mercedes
This looks like a tiny Mercedes from the twenties with a Swiss relative on the hood.

Can anybody provide more info?  Björn
 
   

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