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1984 Opel Kadett Post Karosseriefabrik Voll [D]

1984 Opel Kadett Post [D] in Lasermannen, Mini-Series, 2005 IMDB Ep. 2

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: DE — Built in: SE — Made for: S

1984 Opel Kadett Post Karosseriefabrik Voll [D]

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

Owner of this vehicle: ssh9729

Comments about this vehicle



2006-09-03 20:54

[Image: opelkadettpost11rs9.2659.jpg]

garco NL

2006-09-04 11:08

A Popemobile...

Sunbar UK

2006-09-04 11:49

Curious... :think:

Do you know if that was this a official Opel version or Swedish conversion? That extended windshield looks completely unnecessary.

stronghold EN

2006-09-04 11:52

Looks like the usual converted Disabled/wheelchair carrying vehicle to me.!

Sunbar UK

2006-09-04 12:13

That at least would make sense for that windshield.

garco NL

2006-09-04 12:42

Or something is wrong with the ratio... :)


2006-09-04 19:52

These were converted in Sweden for the postal services, I don´t remember who made the conversion but I´ve asked a friend who´s working at "Posten". There were also C-Kadetts converted in a similar way, but I think they used the standard windshield. Before the Opels "Posten" used DAF 44 based vehichles for many years, they were designed for the postal services but some were sold to civil purposes. The official name was KVD 440, but they were always called Tjorven a name that became more or less official too.

Here´s one of them:
[Image: posttjorv2pn0.4463.jpg]

Animatronixx DE

2008-01-15 00:58

Karosseriefabrik Voll of Würzburg/ Germany built these vehicles for Swedish post. See the 1st picture of their brochure.

[Image: voll5.jpg]

By the way: Voll made similar bodies on the Kadett E Caravan chassis.

-- Last edit: 2020-01-01 15:57:56

ssh9729 SE

2012-04-21 16:58

That specific Opel was a rusty one. We were three guys who fixed with in two nights. The floor in it was gone, so we took a hood from a Volvo 440 and cut a piece from it which we welded temporarily - just to have somewhere to have the feets while driving!
The car had been parked under a tree for a couple of years, so we had to polish it a lot. We also repainted it partly with markercolor which showed up to have almost the same color as the origin color on the car. At last, the brake lines were hanged up in ropes.

With this fantastic car, we drove in to Stockholm city and back again afterwards. Thereafter, I tried to give it to the Post museum (for free) but they told me they already had one. So instead, the car was dismantled...

[Image: pict1409.jpg]
As found, and before we fixed it.

[Image: pict1473.jpg]
After shooting in Stockholm city.

antp BE

2012-04-23 13:59

Nice story, thanks :)

dhill_cb7 US

2021-03-16 15:00

^^ really neat! As suspected LZT924 has moved. Shame oxidation took the better part of this interesting specimen. Shame to see, any vehicle, dismantled. :(

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