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1937 Steyr 220 Cabriolet

1937 Steyr 220 Cabriolet in Dziewczyna szuka milosci, Movie, 1938 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: AT

1937 Steyr 220 Cabriolet

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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Raul1983 FI

2009-10-31 18:45

Why are there so many Steyr's in old Polish films ?

Ingo DE

2009-10-31 21:14

Last April I was seriously thinking to buy a Steyr, even it was quite unknown for me and I never had any interest in them. But it would have been mega-important, because of the "Holy Grail", the "Bernsteinzimmer", which was related with this car. But it was sold before, so our real problems have begun. But finally I made it. :sun:

So here it is, proudly presented, the "Holy Grail":
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But it's not just holy, the grail, it was unknown, too. From 165 000 visitors of this event, only 4 people have recognized, what it was. The most funniest thing was, that I haven't noticed it, too, when I took the photo. It was an incredible coincidence. :wow:

Weasel1984 PL

2009-11-02 17:20

ingo wrote ... the "Bernsteinzimmer", which was related with this car...

How?

@Raul Good question. But I don't have idea why. I guess the reasons to this were quite ordinary, the car was simply common.

-- Last edit: 2009-11-02 17:30:58

Ingo DE

2009-11-03 20:23

@Weasel: it's the license plate. ;)

Me and two other plate-freaks thought about to buy the complete Steyr (price was about 7500 €), mount off the plates -both were still there!- and sell the car again. The car itself had no interest for us.
The car, as it's standing there, was rare, because it was in absolute original condition, no changes or damages during the WW II, no Wehrmacht- or SS-conversion, really rare. And it was standing untouched in a shed, for 50 years since the lates 50ies. The buyer will keep it in this condition, just as a show-object in his private, non-public classic car-museum.

@leoz: annother example for hidden, unknown car-collections. :)

But all this hadn't bothered us. Only the plate has counted.

-- Last edit: 2009-11-03 20:24:27

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