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1899 Jenatzy

1899 Jenatzy in Clémenceau, Movie made for TV, 2012 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: FR

1899 Jenatzy

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Comments about this vehicle

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JB FR

2021-01-18 19:54

Link to "upload.wikimedia.org"
Link to "paris1900.lartnouveau.com"
Link to "i.pinimg.com"

Jamesjacky

2021-01-18 22:08

Louvre Camiona

Gamer DE

2021-01-18 22:10

You do know that just means "Louvre truck" in French, right?

Baube QC

2021-01-18 22:15

poor thing.. its over 100 years old and still has to work... unless its because it got bored with retirement.. :whistle:

3rd pic in JB's link : is Camille Jénatzy the builder or just responsible of the electrical system ?

ok.. just realized that the image looks pretty old for a 2012 movie , it probably wasn't 100 years old when this was caught on camera... :whistle:

-- Last edit: 2021-01-18 22:24:10

Gamer DE

2021-01-18 22:19

Jenatzy was an automotive pioneer, possible that he built it:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camille_Jenatzy

Baube QC

2021-01-18 22:29

ouch.. if he really died the way wikipedia says he did, he didn't only had good ideas.. :/

CougarTim US

2021-01-18 22:32

This has a photo attributing the van to Jenatzy, but doesn't provide any details in the text: https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/Camille_Jenatzy

https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/images/4/41/Im1899AC-Jena.jpg

This article credits Jenatzy with building an electric beer truck in 1905: Link to "www.researchgate.net"

-- Last edit: 2021-01-18 22:36:29

JB FR

2021-01-19 20:56

I think it may be called as saying here:
https://www.gracesguide.co.uk/File:Im1899AC-Jena.jpg
Apparently Jenatzy did not build the same model twice.
For that of the Louvre, it was built only one copy for intra-mural deliveries from Paris.
The rest of the vehicle fleet was Renault trucks visible here:
Link to "paris1900.lartnouveau.com"

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