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1965 Volkswagen Krankenwagen Clinomobil-Hospitalwerke [Typ 2 / T1]

1965 Volkswagen Krankenwagen [Typ 2 / T1] in The Grand Tour, Non-fiction TV, 2016-2019 IMDB Ep. 3.05

Class: Cars, Ambulance — Model origin: DE

1965 Volkswagen Krankenwagen Clinomobil-Hospitalwerke [Typ 2 / T1]

Position 00:36:40 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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dsl SX

2019-02-13 22:00

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[Image: 36-40vwambhock68b.jpg] [Image: 36-40vwambhock68c.jpg]

Hockenheim, April 1968 ....

AnimatronixX DE

2019-02-13 22:06

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That's a Clinomobil - very rare!

AnimatronixX DE

2019-02-13 22:14

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@Mystery Man: Wir listen offenbar das Clinomobil als Miesen-Umbau. Ich glaube aber, daß das nicht stimmt. Weißt du, wer der Hersteller dieser Fahrzeuge war?

rjluna2 US

2019-02-13 22:32

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1964 or later.

tore-40 NO

2019-02-13 22:36

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Similar to - or even the same - as /vehicle.php?id=1142312 ? Same location, isn't it....

Mystery Man DE

2019-02-13 22:36

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AnimatronixX wrote @Mystery Man: Wir listen offenbar das Clinomobil als Miesen-Umbau. Ich glaube aber, daß das nicht stimmt. Weißt du, wer der Hersteller dieser Fahrzeuge war?

Also, was ich gelesen habe ist, dass das Clinomobil von 1963 bis 1968 direkt von Volkswagen gebaut wurde und nicht von Miesen.
So not built by Miesen!

tore-40 NO

2019-02-13 22:39

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1965-67

AnimatronixX DE

2019-02-13 22:47

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Mystery Man wrote So not built by Miesen!
:king:

AnimatronixX DE

2019-07-09 23:53

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Update: The Clinomobil-Hospitalwerke GmbH of Langenhagen/ Hannover built these VW-based Clinomobil ambulances, as well as the Clinocopter between approx. 1961 and 1967. The company was founded in 1954 (apparently supported by Auto Union) and filed for bankruptcy around 1967. Each Clinomobil cost DM 75.000,-. Further reading in German here.

CC @Mystery Man @tore-40 :)

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Mystery Man DE

2019-07-10 00:36

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Thanks, then my source said bullshit :/ But after 1967 there was/is another (or the same?!) company with the name Clinomobil Hospital-Werk, located in 40764 Langenfeld. https://de.kompass.com/c/clinomobil-hospital-werk-gmbh/de684701/ And there were ambulances by this company, too, but uncommon and not their main product: https://bos-fahrzeuge.info/einsatzfahrzeuge/26255/Akkon_Hildesheim_3019_aD

ingo DE

2019-07-10 00:40

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Mystery Man wrote ...But after 1967 there was/is another (or the same?!) company with the name Clinomobil Hospital-Werk, located in 40764 Langenfeld...

Hey, anyone else for smartass-bingo? :whistle:
In 1967 there was no post code 40764... :p

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Mystery Man DE

2019-07-10 00:56

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ingo wrote
In 1967 there was no post code 40764... :p

Ja, das ist mir schon klar! Diese PLZ habe ich von der letzten im Internet zu findenden Adresse dieser Firma. Und diese Seite wurde wohl nach 1993 erstellt. Die Firma, die ich meine, ist vermutlich auch mittlerweile nicht mehr am Markt. Wie dem auch sei, was hat die PLZ mit der Tatsache zu tun, dass es nach 1967 bis ins jetzige Jahrtausend eine Firma mit gleichem Namen gab die fast das selbe herstellte und vertrieb?

PS: Falls es Dir besser gefällt: 4018 Langenfeld

AnimatronixX DE

2019-07-10 13:01

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@Mystery Man: Yes, I saw that too. Four theories without knowing what really happened #crystalball:

1) One company was named to resemble the other and wanted to get mixed up with them. Langenhagen vs. Langenfeld also doesn't look like a coincidence to me. I suppose this was legal back then (or at least more legal than it is now). [similar to Welsch and the other Welsch, Mayen]

2) Both companies were connected, but Langenfeld stayed in business after Langenhagen folded. [just like Binz, Ilmenau, as the only remainder of Binz]

3) Langenhagen didn't close after their crisis and relocated. In that case, Der Spiegel was two years off and the company was established in 1952. [various examples in coachbuilding history - some apparently moved on a monthly basis...]

4) Langenhagen closed and the former owners opened another company (or renamed an existing one) subsequently. [see DeBesta vs. DeBesTec vs. Phoenixx-Germania, also very fashionable in Italy and among US limousine coachbuilders - Mr. Moloney knows what I mean!]

5) Langenfeld acquired the rights to the names when Langenhagen was forced to close its doors - we don't know if Langenfeld started with this name back in 1952. [similar to Miller-Meteor or Eureka ghosting around long after the original companies closed]

That's actually five theories. Never trust announcements on the internet!

Mystery Man DE

2019-07-10 16:47

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@AnimatronixX Vielen Dank für die ausführlichen Erklärungen! Und wahrscheinlich werden wir nicht erfahren, was nun wirklich mit der Firma passiert ist.

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Ingo DE

2019-07-10 23:45

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:think: or there were some licences or contracts before, or a former dependance stayed alive independently.
The British car maker Talbot and the same-named company in West-Berlin, which produced the legendary fender-mirrors in the 60ies and 70ies came in my mind.

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