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1956 Volkswagen Sedán [Typ 1]

1956 Volkswagen Sedán [Typ 1] in Garage Olimpo, Movie, 1999 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE

1956 Volkswagen Sedán [Typ 1]

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Comments about this vehicle

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rjluna2 US

2010-03-10 20:38

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Is that Brazilian version? Seems that this one is still using 1953/57 rear window :think:

Gomselmash11

2010-03-10 20:46

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Rare, but its similar to -> Link to "es.wikipedia.org" 1953-¿1959?

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ingo DE

2010-03-11 12:42

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Its base is from the 50ies, back lamps and bumper are newer. Maybe fenders and back hood, too.

stu DE

2010-04-07 15:04

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Its a pre '58 1200 but i agree, fenders, backlights and hood are from a later one

Gomselmash11

2010-09-04 07:29

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Thinking, after discovering that Fevre & Basset (who manufactured the Dodge here) for a very short time built medium trucks Krupp and Beetle. Already, these bumper denote that are specifically for the Argentine market and seeing that coincided with the dates, at least should be a "Made for: RA" if not the Beetle made here.

ingo DE

2010-09-04 18:03

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No, the bumper is the usual "Export"-version of the 60ies, up to Summer 1967. The "Standard"-version hadn't the overriders. It's to new for the "Ovali" in every case.
Same with the back hood, as the flat "nose" came in 1964. The back lamps are definetely from the 1968+ 1300/1500.

I cannot see, if there are the semaphores still in the B-pillar. If it's no non-Europe-version, they must be there, because they disappeared in 1960.

Maybe it's an Argentinian assembled car, but several parts are not original in every case.

Gomselmash11

2010-09-04 20:04

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Yes, remember in South America, the cars have a many different parts, and looks weird compares the original model.

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