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Steinwinter Commercial Motor Vehicle

Steinwinter Commercial Motor Vehicle in The Highwayman, TV Series, 1988 IMDB Ep. 1.02

Class: Trucks, Trailer truck (tractor) — Model origin: DE

Steinwinter Commercial Motor Vehicle

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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garco NL

2008-12-29 20:52

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Animatronixx DE

2008-12-29 21:02

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Here they write it was based on the famous Steinwinter and had been modified for the movie. http://www.famouscars.de/images/highwayman/highwayman.htm

Steinwinter: http://www.steinwinter-stuttgart.de/

I don't know if this is true, but I could imagine...

garco NL

2008-12-29 21:55

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That's nice information tronixx...

Ingo DE

2008-12-30 18:25

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Steinwinter? The same company, which had offerend in the 80ies "pimp down"-conversion-kits for the Fiat 126 and the Lancia Y 10? I remember, that around 1988 I had talked with one guy of that company.

The conversion-kits were made for reducing the engines on 250 ccm. It was a possibility for people, who had only an old (pre 1950) drivers-license for small motor-bikes. They were allowed to drive any vehicle up to 250 ccm. One reason, why the most German micro-cars of the 50ies had engines in that size.

250 ccm-engines (orign for the Goggomobil) were produced until the 80ies by a wery few old mechanics in the former Borgward-factory in Bremen. This little manufacturing was closed, when Mercedes Benz had started to produce in that plant the 190 [W201].
Very popular for conversing this "small block"-engine were -after the Goggomobil-production was stopped in 1969- the Fiat 500, the 126 and mainly the NSU Prinz 4.

walter IT

2012-03-18 15:38

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mike962 wrote
From Ep. 1.04
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