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1977 Nysa 522 M

1977 Nysa 522 M in Match sostoitsya v lyubuyu pogodu, Movie, 1985 Ep. 02

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: PL

1977 Nysa 522 M

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

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Wicio PL

2011-06-18 02:03

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Nysa 521 M,I think

Gag Halfrunt UK

2011-06-18 02:04

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The ambulance has the same registration number.
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Weasel1984 PL

2011-06-18 11:44

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Maybe 521, but, as it was stated once, for higher roof default is 522, especially for export.
With indicators frames there was small "bordello", IIRC the black ones became standard since 1981/82, but already before that year(s) they were in use sometimes. Let's make 1975 (first year of higher roof in COMECON, previously - since 1972 - only for West Germany).

Edit: black trim of indicators used since ca 1977 (chromed ones were sitll to meet till ca 1981)

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ingo DE

2011-06-18 16:46

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Weasel1984 wrote previously - since 1972 - only for West Germany).

:think: Would be interesting to know, how many Nysas were sold here, and if maybe someone has survived. Never ever me or some of my car-interested friends have spotted one.

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Weasel1984 PL

2011-06-18 16:51

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Here interesting topic - W. German handbook with all service points in entire country: http://nysavan.mojeforum.net/viewtopic.php?t=764&highlight=nysa+rfn
Maybe at the same forum was also something about the export numbers, do not remember now - will check this later.

ingo DE

2011-06-18 17:09

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:king: Very nice! The contract-dealer in Hannover still exists: http://www.holz-kg.de/pages/titelseite.html

:think: As a plate-freak the dealer's list makes me now pondering, if maybe some of the few Nysas here could have had a registration of a county, which soon afterwards disappeared. STE for Staffelstein would be a hyper-rarity, as it was stopped on the 1.July 1972...
In our plate-forum we have an own thread "Eastern cars with extincted Western plates" :D Once I've seen one by myself, a Barkas V901-2 with an (already unvalid) AH-number :wow:

The former dealer in Haslach: http://www.opelstaiger.de/
In Dossenheim nearby Heidelberg: http://www.autohaus-treiber.de/ueberuns.php
The owner of the garage in Bad Kreuznach now has http://www.citroen-haendler.de/rau-ruedesheim/ueber-uns



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ingo DE

2011-06-18 17:25

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:wow: What a combination! The former Nysa-garagist in Merzig/Saarland is noone less than http://www.hartge.de/ :wow:

Weasel1984 PL

2011-06-18 18:23

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:D They maybe still have some archive and can be some information source.

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ingo DE

2011-06-18 18:34

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Better you don't count on that. There will be no employees any more since that times. And too often companies have no sense for their own history. There are only single exceptions, where not all the historic stuff wasn't thrown into the garbage.

It reminds me the story, my NSU-fellow Heinz has experienced in the early 90ies. He went to the Irmscher-headquarter with the back spoiler of his car, a NSU TTS, on the seach for some documentations, needed for a racing-inscription. The girlies at the counter, the younger blokes, either, said categorically "This is not from us. We only work with Opel. And anyways, what is a NSU?" Any try of explanation was senseless - until Günther Irmscher himself came and has said "Yes. This is from me. One of the first three spoilers, I've baked by myself in my kitchen, before I've founded my own company" :wow:

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Weasel1984 PL

2011-06-18 18:42

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"And anyways, what is a NSU?"
Oh, this had to hurt. :D
"Corporation style" starting to work even in small companies...

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ingo DE

2011-06-18 19:05

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Ah, such answers aren't that painful. Everyone, who has a rare car, is familar with that. So after 1990 every older car over here was seen by clueless people as a "Trabbi" (sure, absolutely ANY COMECON-made car was a "Trabbi", too).
In the other direction it was/still is not different. So when you go with any NSU to East Germany, everyone will identify it as a "Sapo". And about K 70 (or a Alfa Giulia, Glas 1700 TS even BMW 1800) it's not rarely said "Woah! The hyperrare luxoury exclusive edition of the Moskvich!" :/

My friend Jeffrey http://www.volkswagen-k70.be/engels.htm has on all of his cars the sticker "No, this is not a VW Jetta!"

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ingo DE

2011-06-18 19:20

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@Michal: Are you visiting classic car events, shows, markets or meetings? A good chance to hear, by "well-informed" visitors the worst bullshit about the exhibited vehicles ever. Incredible.

cl82 DE

2011-06-18 21:29

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@ingo: At least H. Hartge himself is still alive AFAIK, but I don't think he worked on too many Nysas. I even think many of the listed garages/service-partners never even saw a single Nysa. I guess they just had signed some contract and received some service information just in case. Sadly, their service-partner in Heilbronn doesn't exist any more, either.

Weasel1984 PL

2011-06-19 16:02

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cl82 wrote I even think many of the listed garages/service-partners never even saw a single Nysa.

Possible... they indeed were quite reliable. :o

I haven't found export numbers at this forum, but in topic about foreign Nysas, they have a nice pic from the border (CS/W. Germany) with German Hanomag loaded with brand new Nysas: http://nysavan.mojeforum.net/viewtopic.php?t=33&start=75 (bottom of page).

@Ingo. Didn't meet yet a well "informed person" of this kind at car event (though they are to meet at the other exhibitions too :D ). There are of course also owners, who like to create myths as well, but that's a different story. On the other hand, I admit, since longer time, I haven't visited any automotive event (of older and new cars). Lack of time.

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