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1966 Citroën 2CV
Gelegenheitsarbeit einer Sklavin (1973)
Belgian built (rectangular front indicator lights). No suïcide doors so 1964+ (in Germany they had them one year earlier than in other countries), but I think it's got the new grille already, so 1966+. 2014-10-24 22:29
1977 Renault Siete TL [R128]
Toen was geluk nog heel gewoon: De Film (2014)
It was never exported (at least for sure not to Holland), but I Think two or three were imported as classic car. This one belongs to a friend of mine (who owns the 77yellow Daf 33 as well). 'Original' license plate is 47-YB-80, and the car dates from late 1976 (model year 1977), a TL version.

http://www.mijnalbum.nl/GroteFoto-FUYMLC8D.jpg

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2014-10-23 22:12
Citroën C4 Conduite Intérieure
Un oiseau rare (1935)
Citroën C4 Conduite Intérieure. Not sure about the year, though... The bumper would make it a 1932 C4 G Grand Luxe, but the side of the bonnet looks more like an earlier model... 2014-10-23 21:59
1961 Renault Ondine
El taxi de los conflictos (1969)
By the metallic paint most probably a Ondine. The white one in the thumbnail is a Dauphine, though. 2014-10-23 15:09
1954 Cadillac Series 62 Convertible
La bête à l'affut (1959)
'Made for F' by the extra reflectors visible in the last thumbnail. 2014-10-23 15:05
1948 Citroën 11 BL 'Traction'
La bête à l'affut (1959)
1948-52 11 BL. 2014-10-23 15:01
Hispano-Suiza K6 Van Vooren
La bête à l'affut (1959)
Almost certainly the same as /vehicle_17890-Hispano-Suiza-K6.html 2014-10-23 14:59
1956 Renault Frégate Amiral
La bête à l'affut (1959)
1956+ Amiral. 2014-10-23 14:52
1955 Citroën 2CV AZU Glaçauto
La bête à l'affut (1959)
Citroën didn't make wagon versions of these AZU (in France; in Belgium they did). The extra windows are aftermarket (most probably by Glaçauto) and there were also aftermarket rear (foldable) seats available, although those cannot be seen in the interior picture.
In the top corner of the door there appears to be the standard rubber (to keep the windo open), so 1955+.
2014-10-23 14:48
1958 Simca Vedette Beaulieu
La bête à l'affut (1959)
Beaulieu ;) 2014-10-23 01:30
1947 Ford Super De Luxe Fordor
The Case Against Brooklyn (1958)
Seems to have chromed windscreen frame: 1947/48 Ford Super De Luxe Fordor. 2014-10-22 01:07
1949 Cadillac Coupe DeVille [6237]
The Case Against Brooklyn (1958)
1949 series 62 Coupe de Ville [6237]. 2014-10-22 00:51
1951 Plymouth Cranbrook Club Coupe
The Case Against Brooklyn (1958)
1951/52 Plymouth Cranbrook Club Coupe. 2014-10-22 00:43
1950 Mercury Sport Sedan [0CM-74]
The Case Against Brooklyn (1958)
1950 Sport Sedan. 2014-10-22 00:38
1959 Buick LeSabre Convertible [4467]
Pocket Money (1972)
I think that the lack of chromed sills means it's a LeSabre. 2014-10-21 00:09
1929 Citroën AC4 Conduite Intérieure
So Dark the Night (1946)
Yes, most probably a 1929+ C4 Conduite Intérieure. 2014-10-20 23:56
Renault unknown
Désiré Landru (2005)
AX ? 2014-10-20 21:49
1929 Peugeot 190 S
Désiré Landru (2005)
1929/30 5CV [Type 190 S]. 2014-10-20 21:46
1937 Packard unknown
L'affaire Maurizius (1954)
Packard... 2014-10-19 21:54
unknown
L'affaire Maurizius (1954)
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trolleybus_Bern
So it must be either a Saurer or a FBW...
2014-10-19 21:53
unknown
L'affaire Maurizius (1954)
Bern indeed, Kramgasse and Zeitglockenturm / Zytglogge. 2014-10-19 21:43
unknown
L'affaire Maurizius (1954)
https://www.flickr.com/photos/fototak/9119383174/

Hmmm, sorry. The bus in the link is a 1941 Saurer with rear mounted engine, but not a trolleybus...

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2014-10-19 21:40
1968 Citroën DS 19
Slaves of New York (1989)
Yes. Looks to me like the old door handles, so 1968+. 2014-10-19 19:42
1963 Volkswagen Car Police [Typ 2 / T1]
Jeu de massacre (1967)
As it seems to be in the French speaking part of Switzerland, I'd say it's a Car (at least this name was used for the bus version in France...). 2014-10-19 15:46
1963 Simca Ariane Miramas SC Taxi
Jeu de massacre (1967)
No overriders: Ariane ;)
"SIMCA" writing makes it 1961+ Miramas, but the metallic grey paint, the extra chromes and the round mark in the C-pillar make this a 1963 (only) SC.
2014-10-19 15:40
1956 Renault 4CV Affaires
Jeu de massacre (1967)
1956/57 Affaires. New dashboard (behind the steering wheel), old wheels, lack of chromes. 2014-10-19 15:35
1961 Citroën 2CV AZLP
Jeu de massacre (1967)
With Tubul Super aftermarket bumper :)

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2014-10-19 15:29
1965 Citroën ID 19 Taxi
Jeu de massacre (1967)
With these small hubcaps and being a taxi one can assume it is a ID (although the windscreen rubber seems to be light grey, which would indicate a DS; but probably the windscreen has been replaced at some time). Because of the black steering wheel a 1965+ model. 2014-10-19 15:24
1967 Citroën ID 19 Taxi
Jeu de massacre (1967)
1967 ID 19. 2014-10-19 15:17
1958 Citroën 2CV AZS
Jeu de massacre (1967)
This seems to be in Switzerland, right?
The first 2CV has got the different headlamps and the hubcaps from Belgian built cars, and the indicator lights on top of the front fenders making it 'made to CH'. By the bigger rear window and still only two side windows I'd say this is a 1958+ AZS (with a non-original basic front bumper).
The second one is a 1961/62 AZL3 (also Belgian built, with specific orange front indicator lights, still the aluminium bumpers, hubcaps and three side windows)
2014-10-19 15:04
1963 Panhard PL 17 Tigre Grand Standing [L7]
Jeu de massacre (1967)
Ha, I was busy driving my own Panhard yesterday :)
There seems to be a PL17 logo plus another smaller badge on the rear fender. That (and the strips on the sides of the bonnet and the boot lid) makes it a 1963 (only) PL17 Tigre Grand Standing [L7]
Upto now I neglected the Tigre badge on 1963-65 (PL)17s. Older Panhards had the same code for the Tigre and the non-Tigre versions, only the [L6] changed to [L7] when it got a Tigre engine. But the difference is only visible by the extra badge on the right rear fender (1963) or the t in 17bt on the right corner of the bootlid (1964/65)...
2014-10-19 14:41
1902 De Dion-Bouton Type O Rear Entrance Tonneau
Trois valses (1938)
Since we're in France it will be rather Tonneau avec l'entrée par l'arrière ;)
I wonder if these cars were known (when new) as De Dion-Bouten Type O etc. or rather as De Dion-Bouton Tonneau avec l'entrée par l'arrière [Type O]...
2014-10-19 14:05
1970 Citroën DSuper
Trop jolies pour être honnêtes (1972)
Colour does look like Brun écorce, which was indeed only available in 1969. But an ID from 1969 would have had a white roof and black plastic indicator trumpets, and it wasn't available with a red interior.
Apart from the colour I would rather say this is a 1970/71 DSuper (small hubcaps, painted roof, stainless steel indicator trumpets, badge on the boot lid...). But then, there seems to be a pre 1969 dashboard (black and grey). Mystère...

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2014-10-14 20:47
1963 Peugeot 404 Grand Tourisme
Chut! (1972)
It was simply called 'turquoise', colour code 1006. 2014-10-14 19:43
1967 Simca 1200 S Coupé
Chut! (1972)
1200 S Coupé, indeed :) 2014-10-14 16:02
1962 Autobianchi Lutèce
Chut! (1972)
Autobianchi Lutèce. 2014-10-14 16:00
1968 Citroën DS 19 Pallas
Chut! (1972)
1968+ Pallas. 2014-10-14 15:52
1972 Volkswagen Car [Typ 2 / T2]
Chut! (1972)
Car. 2014-10-14 15:49
1968 Mercedes-Benz 280 SE [W108]
Chut! (1972)
[W108]... 2014-10-14 15:41
1967 Ford Taunus 12M [P6]
Chut! (1972)
12M [P6]. 2014-10-14 15:39
1968 Citroën ID 19 Ambulance
Chut! (1972)
1968+ ID19 Ambulance. 2014-10-14 15:38
1968 Citroën DS 19 Pallas
Chut! (1972)
1965+ Pallas. 2014-10-14 15:37
1971 Citroën DSpécial
Chut! (1972)
Small hubcaps, black plastic indicator light trumpets, badge on the trunk: DSpécial. 2014-10-14 15:36
1965 Panhard 24 BT
Trop jolies pour être honnêtes (1972)
Sorry, I hadn't thought about that. Changed it :) 2014-10-14 00:18
1965 Saviem SC-10
Trop jolies pour être honnêtes (1972)
On dirait un Saviem SC 10, non? 2014-10-14 00:17
1965 Panhard 24 BT
Trop jolies pour être honnêtes (1972)
Colour is 'prune', interior 'gold Cordoba'. That makes it a 1965/66 model, and in 1965 only available on the longer B/BT, which I think this actually is. 2014-10-13 23:34
1958 Simca Vedette Beaulieu
Il magnifico cornuto (1964)
Beaulieu. (Chambord had the lower sides painted in the same colour as teh fender inserts and the roof) 2014-10-13 13:41
1961 Fiat 1300 [116]
La vie, l'amour, la mort (1969)
Or 1500. If we could see the door window frames... (painted = 1300, chromed = 1500). 2014-10-12 13:13
1968 Citroën ID 19 Administration
La vie, l'amour, la mort (1969)
1968 ID 19 Administration. 2014-10-12 13:12
1937 Citroën 7C Cabriolet 'Traction'
Service de nuit (1944)
Small version, painted grille, no horn grilles in the front fenders, not yet the new 'Pilote' wheels... This must be a (late) 1937 7C or 11 BL Cabriolet 2/4 Places.
Only problem is that the wheels are not the original ones, so maybe it is a 1938/39 car nevertheless :/
2014-10-12 12:24

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