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1961 Neckar Jagst 770 [100D]

1961 Neckar Jagst 770 [100D] in L'abominable homme des douanes, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Class: Cars, Supermini — Model origin: IT — Built in: DE

1961 Neckar Jagst 770 [100D]

[*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

Bebert FR

2007-07-21 01:23

A gauche. Fiat?

car nerd US

2007-07-21 01:24

Yes, I believe it's a 600

DynaMike NL

2007-07-21 01:34

Isn't there the Z-shaped side trim, which would make it a German Jagst 750?

car nerd US

2007-07-21 01:40

Wow DynaMike, you have good eyes! Or I'm just getting too old :(

DynaMike NL

2007-07-21 03:12

Thanks, but well, it was just a question ;) Btw. if it is the German built Fiat, it's name would be Neckar Jagst 770. Cf. /vehicle.php?id=15711 .

stronghold EN

2007-07-21 09:02

DynaMike wrote Isn't there the Z-shaped side trim, which would make it a German Jagst 750?

Lots like Z-shaped side trim to me ;)

DIEHARD NL

2007-07-21 15:41

DynaMike wrote Thanks, but well, it was just a question ;) Btw. if it is the German built Fiat, it's name would be Neckar Jagst 770. Cf. /vehicle.php?id=15711 .


Great find it is indeed a Neckar...

DynaMike NL

2007-07-21 15:45

And how are we going to register it? Origin: Italy, Made for: Germany? I'd go for Origin: Germany... Or, we would have to persuade Antoine to make a new entry: Made in (only to be used in complicated cases like this) ;) Then we could give Italy as origin, Germany as Made in...

Weasel1984 PL

2007-07-21 15:48

For me all of them should has german origin - like old Seats has spanish.

antp BE

2007-07-21 18:44

I'd list the Seat as originated from Italy but I know that many disagree :D For this one, I do not know what is the best, German or Italy.

DIEHARD NL

2007-07-22 19:24

I'd say Germany, but I believe they had an Austrian factory aswell ;)
Just to make things complicated... :D

DynaMike NL

2007-07-22 19:41

I think the Austrian factory was Steyr-Puch, who made their own version of the 500, with an air-cooled two-cylinder boxer engine (and a slightle different rear window).

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