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1929 Oldsmobile Six Sedan [F-29]
Bowling for Columbine (2002)
I'm quite sure it's a circa 1927 Oldsmobile. 2007-07-18 16:56
1976 Toyota 1000 [P30]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
Corollas were one size bigger (1200 at that period). Have a look at /vehicle_19876-Toyota-1000-KP36.html and /vehicle_70860-Toyota-1000-KP36-1976.html . The 1000 was introduced in Holland for 1971, but with this front for 1973, as far as I could find out. But I don't know when it was introduced in the UK. 2007-07-18 16:21
1956 Austin A135 Princess MkIV [DS7]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
Good find! 2007-07-18 16:09
1943 Humber Super Snipe Staff Car Thrupp and Maberly 'Victory Car'
WW2 Revisited (2002)
Indeed it is: http://www.worcestershireregiment.com/wr.php?main=inc/h_vernon (scroll down a bit). 2007-07-18 13:03
Opel Frontera [UT4]
WW2 Revisited (2002)
Origin was Japan, no? 2007-07-18 12:59
Opel Frontera [UT4]
WW2 Revisited (2002)
This is in Holland, region of Arnhem. Is it a Frontera? Then it has to be an Opel. 2007-07-18 12:35
1938 CitroŽn 11 Normale
WW2 Revisited (2002)
CitroŽn 11 Normale 'Traction' with 'Pilote' wheels (introduced in January 1938). Though s lot of Dutch Tractions had been built in Belgium, this one seems to be of French origin (hubcaps), but sold in Holland (trafficators next to the windscreen). 2007-07-18 12:33
1976 Toyota 1000 [P30]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
This model was sold in Holland (early seventies) as Toyota 1000 Special. 2007-07-18 12:01
1973 DAF 44 Luxe [4422]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
The original front, but black corners of the bumpers and small black hubcaps: it's a 1972+ Daf 44 or a 1975+ Daf 46 (no external differences, only a simplified one-belt version of the variomatic transmission and some changes in colour). 2007-07-18 11:56
1969 Ford Zephyr 6 Deluxe MkIV [3008E]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
Looks quite basic, therefore a 1966+ Zephyr Mk.IV. 2007-07-18 11:48
1972 Ford Consul Stationwagon
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
License plate indicates 1972/1973. Then, Ford Netherlands had Consuls as well as Granadas in their programme, but the wagon (called Stationwagon) was only available as Consul 1700/2000(Consuls were 1700/2000/2300, Granada were upmarket 2300/2600). 2007-07-18 11:38
1957 Panhard Dyna 57 Luxe Taxi [Z11]
Ascenseur pour l'ťchafaud (1958)
Pas de dťflecteurs, version taxi: c'est une [Z11] Luxe Taxi de 1957 ou 1958.

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2007-07-18 00:28
1959 Panhard Dyna 59 [Z]
Oscar (1967)
The hubcaps, same model as on the later PL 17, indicate model year 1959. Also the colour (Gris Ascot) was exclusive for this year. I can't see if there are vent windows in the front doors, so it could be a [Z11] or a [Z16]. 2007-07-18 00:23
1975 Sunbeam Alpine [Arrow]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
But older cars can have them changed as well? 2007-07-18 00:17
1975 Sunbeam Alpine [Arrow]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
OK. When was that coloured version introduced? (I put 1967 as first possible year only.) 2007-07-18 00:10
1988 Mercedes-Benz [NG]
Heaven's Burning (1997)
I agree: NG [NG/SK]. 2007-07-18 00:05
1980 Renault 20 GTD [R1276]
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
BiensŻr, our BX (1.4 gaz-engin) has had 300.000 kms and is still almost as new. But still, diesels are generally used as company cars, not very well taken care of and, because of the high taxes they find their way to the scrapyard quite early in Holland. But of course this Renault could be a diesel, I just wanted to say tat it is more probably that it is a gaz version. 2007-07-18 00:04
1959 Panhard Dyna 59 Grand Luxe [Z16]
Le jardinier d'Argenteuil (1966)
It is indicated that this would be a 1957 model, but in fact there are almost no details visible that could indicate an exact date between 1955 (June 1954, introduction of the vent windows in the front doors) and 1959 (September, when the Dyna [Z] was replaced by the PL 17, who had a alumium strip in the windscreen rubber). Only hint could (and will) be the colour: very light slightly blueish grey was called Gris Ascot, and was available only for model year 1959 on the [Z11] and the [Z16]. Also the vent window doesn't have a metal frame any more (since March 1958) and these were not supplied to the very basic [Z11] Luxe. The bay between rear seats and rear window doesn't have any deco-strips, which excludes the Grand Standing version, so it has to be a 1959 [Z16] Grand Luxe. 2007-07-17 23:57
1975 Sunbeam Alpine [Arrow]
The Professionals (1977-1983)
1967-1976. 2007-07-17 21:52
1937 Hudson Six Touring Sedan
Perry Mason: The Case of the Avenging Ace (1988)
I think NZcarnerd is right about this being a Hudson. And if it is a 1939 model (and the grille matches) it has to be the Series 112, since all other (bigger) models in 1939 had built in headlights. 2007-07-17 21:45
1980 Renault 20 GTD [R1276]
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
There are not many twenty year old diesels in Holland: though the fuel price is relatively very low, the road taxes are much higher (2 or 3 times the amount of comparable gaz versions). Therefore most diesels are being used intensively (at least 20.000 kms a year) and won't reach the age of twenty years. On the other hand it is interesting to have a (imported) diesel of more than 25 years, because then you don't have to pay road taxes any more. 2007-07-17 20:00
2005 Chevrolet Matiz [M200]
Cuenta AtrŠs (2007-2008)
You do have a good eye for details, TŲnz :) 2007-07-17 19:15
1962 CitroŽn Ami 6
Le passager de la pluie (1969)
De couleur Blanc Carrare. Les vitres coulissantes dans les portes arriŤre indiquent un modŤle 1962+. 2007-07-17 13:33
1981 Alfa Romeo GTV 6 2.5 [116.69]
In Your Wildest Dreams (1991)
Looks like a GTV from the eighties. 2007-07-17 13:05
1971 Ranger 2500 Coupť
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
Maybe they were built in Switzerland for the Swiss market? And yes, it was merely a good guess taht this is the GTS version. I couldn't find a matching picture of the coupť yet. 2007-07-17 12:38
1978 Opel Rekord Delivery Van [E]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
I was surprised too to find this name, but that's what it was called in the catalogues 'Autotest' from 1978-1980 (from 1981 onwards vans weren't mentioned any more), and these are rather reliable I think. 2007-07-17 12:33
1973 Volkswagen K70 LS [Typ 48]
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
See also /vehicle.php?id=116606 2007-07-17 12:26
1970 CitroŽn 2CV AK 400 'Besteleend'
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
Yes indeed, the K70 was usually parked at Overtoom, a busy street that leads from the centre of the city to the western part. Nice to hear it's still around, I'll have a look in Monnickendam soon.

And thanks Garco, that you have given this rare car it's own page.
2007-07-17 12:25
1967 Volvo 122 S 'Amazon' [P220]
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
In fact, it IS a wagon... you can see three side windows when you look through the windscreen. 2007-07-17 01:24
The Discovery of Heaven (2001) The K70 is seen in Amsterdam, indeed. Quite sure it's on Bloemgracht or Egelantiersgracht. 2007-07-17 01:20
1970 CitroŽn 2CV AK 400 'Besteleend'
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
Nice to hear that you've got a K70: I think it's a very good looking and elegant car. Clean lines and good proportions. NSU did a good job, and Volkswagen as well when they decided to bring the model out as a Volkswagen.

Marvellous pictures of the scrapyard, thanks! From what I've seen I think the Renault Dauphine is realy great :) Luckily ours is in a better condition (no rust at all).

Until recently there was still a nice K70 driving around in Amsterdam, it was yellow-gold coloured. But it's the only one I've seen for years. Maybe the rust problem was bigger in Holland because of the masses of salt on the streets during winter...
2007-07-17 01:16
1971 Ranger 2500 Coupť
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
This model was sold in Holland by Vauxhall dealers in 1971-1972, the newer model in 1973-1977. They were built by GM Belgium in Antwerp. But it was no success at all... 2007-07-17 01:00
1974 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
Thanks, Ingo. Could you please also have a look here: /vehicle.php?id=116606 ? 2007-07-17 00:48
2003 Nissan Murano [Z50]
Burn Notice (2007-2013)
Looks like a Nissan Murano. 2007-07-17 00:45
1959 Wartburg Limousine Standard [311-0]
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
DatsunZ is right: in Holland the 311 was sold as 1000. 2007-07-17 00:25
1971 Ranger 2500 Coupť
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
The painted side trim is typical for the Ranger. In Holland this model was available in 1971 and 1972 (in 1972 Opel had the new model of the Rekord, but still the old Commodore). The coupť version of the Ranger could be a 1900 S Coupť, 2500 S Coupť or 2500 GTS Coupť, I'd opt for this GTS version because of the standard vinyl roof (with the word 'Ranger' on it), but I'm not realy sure about that. There were not many Rangers sold in Holland. 2007-07-16 23:27
1981 Suzuki SC 100 GX
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
In Holland we had only the SC 100 GX. 2007-07-16 23:15
1985 Nissan Cherry [N12]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
The pointed rear side window indicates the 1983 facelift of the Cherry [N12]. And since that year they were sold in Holland as Nissan.

Edit: Sorry DatsunZ, I hadn't seen your comment... And yes, the facelift was in 1982, but model year 1983 I'd say.

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2007-07-16 23:11
1976 Fiat 131 Mirafiori Familiale 1a serie [131A]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
Good question... but that's what it says in my 1976 catalogue :/ 2007-07-16 22:57
1976 Ford Taunus Stationwagon [TC2]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
In Holland it was Stationwagon. 2007-07-16 22:52
1974 Volkswagen K70 [Typ 48]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
It is, indeed. 2007-07-16 22:48
1976 Fiat 131 Mirafiori Familiale 1a serie [131A]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
In Holland it was 131 Mirafiori Familiale. 2007-07-16 22:46
1976 AMC Hornet Sportabout D/L
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
The front indicates the 1975+ version. This wagon was sold as AMC Hornet Sportabout in Holland. 2007-07-16 22:44
1977 Mazda 929 S Hardtop [LA2]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
In Holland it was sold as 929 S Hardtop. It's got the 1977 facelift, and the RX4 was only sold before this facelift (and in very small numbers). 2007-07-16 22:39
1978 Opel Rekord Delivery Van [E]
Van Kooten & De Bie (1974-1998)
In Holland it was Delivery Van. 2007-07-16 22:32
1970 CitroŽn 2CV AK 400 'Besteleend'
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
And the other car is a Volkswagen K70. Very rare, nowadays, because they had even more problems with rust than CitroŽns had... The black striping indicates the 100 bhp LS version of 1973+, if I remember it well. 2007-07-16 22:15
1959 Simca Aronde P60 Elysťe
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
Yes, Aronde P60. Two-tone paint and curved spear on the sides make me think it's the 1959-1960 Elysťe trim level. 2007-07-16 22:00
1955 CitroŽn 2CV AZU 'Besteleend'
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
CitroŽn 2CV AZU in Amsterdam, Oude Turfmarkt. 2007-07-16 21:48
1969 CitroŽn Type HY
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
Original Dutch CitroŽn HY, 1969+ because of the squared rear wings. This one has unlike the French versions no suicide doors. It could have been built in Amsterdam, where this type of doors was used since 1968. 2007-07-16 21:46
1970 CitroŽn Dyane
The Discovery of Heaven (2001)
This Dyane is from 1970-1972: third side window and doorhandles that point upwards. 2007-07-16 21:33

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