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1960 Opel Kapitän Bestattungswagen [P-LV]

1960 Opel Kapitän Bestattungswagen [P-LV] in Das Kriminalmuseum, TV Series, 1963-1970 IMDB Ep. 01.06

Class: Cars, Funeral — Model origin: DE

1960 Opel Kapitän Bestattungswagen [P-LV]

Position 00:16:15 [*] Background vehicle

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2021-10-26 21:37

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AnimatronixX DE

2021-10-26 22:45

Good job, man! :lol: This is the rare case of me not recognizing the coachbuilder, but in fact recognizing the face of a human being instead! (Mmmh... Wolfgang Völz?!)

Requires investigation. I don't have a solution but may find one. I have a few ideas, but as of now they all seem ridiculous to me.

Ingo DE

2021-10-29 08:39

Yes, the young Käpten Blaubär.

@AnimatronixX: hier ist in einer kurzen Szene ab 45:00 ein zweckentfremdeter Bestattungsanhänger zu sehen:

Link to "www.ndr.de"

AnimatronixX DE

2021-10-29 15:36

^ Ah, thanks! It's a Pfefferkorn Rheinland B and certainly doesn't belong there, because these came up around 1955 and usually stayed in service for several decades. (elegant transition in 3 2 1 seconds)

The shape of the coachwork in question also reminds me of the very few motorized hearses Fahrzeugbau Willy Pfefferkorn built around [P-LV] o'clock, but that would be half a needle in 75 haystacks. And rather not in Munich, anyway. If this conversion wasn't built by an unknown, maybe regional coachbuilder that didn't build hearse bodies on a regular basis, this can be one of the many odd unique conversions carried out by either Johann Welsch (I think so) or Toni Welsch (I also think so... :/ ), both of Mayen, or even Christian Miesen of Bonn, who kept Opeling every now and then until at least the 1980s.

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