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1962 Neckar Jagst 770 [100D]

1962 Neckar Jagst 770 [100D] in Trafic, Movie, 1971 IMDB

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

1962 Neckar Jagst 770 [100D]

Position 01:03:35 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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DAF555 SE

2006-05-24 21:41

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Neckar Jagst 770, not Fiat 600

[Image: fiatneckarjagst7704ox.9509.jpg]

sixcyl FR

2006-05-24 21:47

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I agree, we can see the logo on the back, model 1962 because of the front lateral window in 2 parts (copy of Fiat 600D)

jplemoine FR

2006-05-24 21:47

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Comme quoi les NeckarJagst n'avaient pas toutes le Z sur les côtés...

sixcyl FR

2006-05-24 21:50

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la Z est arrivé ..mais, comme Zorro, sans se presser! :D ... en 1964

jplemoine FR

2006-05-24 22:09

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Comme disait Desproges: "Après M le Maudit, Z le Zo..." :lol:

electra225 IT

2009-11-30 17:05

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I think this an Italian Fiat 600 D Trasformabile in light ivory (august 1960-january 1963). I think the car had the tipical Fiat front grille badge, and not the NSU-Fiat one.

DynaMike NL

2009-11-30 17:29

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But the 'Jagst' writing on the rear is quite well readable (in the thumbnail). I think there's not much of a difference between the front logos, except that the German version reads 770... And both were sold in Holland. Btw, the HX-xx-xx license dates from 1962, indeed.

belcapello IT

2013-06-12 23:42

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Yes, i think it's a Jagst. Trasformabile model!!! A very beautiful SIATA spring 850 (yellow car)!!!! Another great italian car!

-- Last edit: 2013-06-12 23:43:18

Weasel1984 PL

2014-08-13 14:40

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sixcyl wrote I agree, we can see the logo on the back, model 1962 because of the front lateral window in 2 parts (copy of Fiat 600D)

So 770 had this vent window a year after the Fiat 600D, despite 770 was a twin of 600D also made since 1961?

Here are some with small vent windows described as 1961 ones:
https://www.flickr.com/photos/fritsklijn/3656180799
http://classiccarcatalogue.com/NECKAR%201961.html
http://www.flickr.com/photos/46578714@N05/6127096549
BUT unclear if all these infos are reliable and/or from which month of 1961.

-- Last edit: 2014-08-13 14:55:40

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