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Lukra or Iukra?


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Hi, anyone know something about this car?
according to the ad, it`s a price winner for 4 years (ad from 1917).

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#3 2013-04-23 21:23
Could be a Saxon from America. Time frame is right and they were a small low priced car.
 
 
#2 2013-04-04 09:33
Maybe not correct, but it could be useful to share my thoughts. The picture resembles more or less (not in detail, but of course it is just a block print) the small Chevrolet roadster, derived from the Little and an immediate success from the beginning in 1913. Perhaps the car was sold under a local Norwegian name in the beginning, not uncommon in these days. I do not know what Lukra means, but it could be derived from 'lukrativ' (with the obvious meaning of 'lucrative').
 
 
#1 2013-04-01 10:14
Maybe not correct, but just some thoughts. The picture resembles more or less (not in detail, but of course it is a just a block print) the small Chevrolet roadster, derived from the Little and an immediate success from the beginning in 1913. Maybe the car was sold under a local Norwegian name in the beginning, not uncommon in these days. I do not know what Lukra means, but it could be derived from 'lukrativ' (with the obvious meaning of 'lucrative').
 

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