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1938 Opel Olympia [OL-38]

1938 Opel Olympia [OL-38] in Der Untergang, Movie, 2004 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

1938 Opel Olympia [OL-38]

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle


Junkman UK

2006-05-23 11:56


Opel Olympia

BeanBandit FI

2006-05-23 20:43


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Ingo DE

2007-11-10 01:00


Not very realistic. A car in the middle of the destroyed Berlin in April 1945 - and the windows are not broken.

Surely they haven't destroyed the cars. Just some parts are mounted off. Nice to see at the black Olympia.

The white one, isn't an Olympia, it has 4 doors.

-- Last edit: 2007-11-10 01:01:33

police car fan NL

2012-05-01 22:20


I'd say it's a fake...

Gamer DE

2018-11-21 16:04


Ingo wrote

The white one, isn't an Olympia, it has 4 doors.

(Replying to an almost 12 year old comment) The film was shot in St. Petersburg, so it may be a Moskvitch.

tore-40 NO

2018-11-22 10:25


Looking at the main image, it strikes me this is shorter than the OL38 (it may be just for the unloaded springs). The wheelbase of OL38 was 2.43m vs K38 with 2.34m

Even if parts are removed the shorter wheelbase can be seen by the way the front fender meets the front door, it seems. Where there is some cowl area at the bottom on the OL38 the K38 has none.

Trafficators would have no room in the main image B-pillars. On the K38 the were cowl mounted.

For the 4-door issue, there was a pre-WWII 4-door OL38 LV

BTW, wasn't the Moskwitsch K38-based?

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