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    Yes! oty.

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    Plastic old metal....

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    Come now.....Left hand drive but NOT from the US...built mid 30's. 3000 of these produced with twin cylinder engine. Also built planes.........
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    Adler??

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerDown View Post
    Come now.....Left hand drive but NOT from the US...built mid 30's. 3000 of these produced with twin cylinder engine. Also built planes.........
    The grill looks like BMW to me and they were also involved in the aviation industry.
    entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem

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    Quote Originally Posted by ponder View Post
    The grill looks like BMW to me and they were also involved in the aviation industry.
    That makes a hell of a lot more sense than my guess!

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    nope x 2

    involved in the aero industry, but not BM
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    Did Messerschmidt make cars in the 30's??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fazda View Post
    Did Messerschmidt make cars in the 30's??
    Could it be a Zeppelin? Oh no, wasn't in the 30's either.
    If the oncoming lights are blinding you, you are in the wrong lane. Turn around immediately for your own well being and safety.

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    They only built cars when they weren't allowed to build planes...so after the war. I don't think they built anything I know of that was close to this nice though. edit:Messerschmidtt that is..

    No, these people are in fact still in the aero business building aero planes................
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    ***ker!

    Edit: F-o-k-k-e-r

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    You sound like my mother-in-law when she met me.....but you need some a that....'cos F.O.K.K.E.R that aint right either.........

    Quote Originally Posted by HammerDown View Post
    ...No, these people are in fact still in the aero business building aero planes................
    ..........hint hint....c'mon must I spell it out .............
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    OK...could it possibly be an Aero 50?

    (Data for limousine)
    Years of production: 1936-1941
    Overall production: 1205 units
    Body types: 2-door limousine, cabriolet, roadster, various.
    This is front wheel drive car.
    Engine: 48hp(roadster - 50hp)/3500rpm, 4-cyl, 2-stroke, 1997cc
    Bore/Stroke: 85/88 mm
    Compression ratio: 6,2 : 1
    54k photo of 1939 Aero-50 Sodomka 4-door Limousine14k photo of 1941 Aero-50 Sodomka 4-door LimousineLength: 4,31m (roadster), 4,66 m (limouzine & 4-seater cabrio);
    width: 1,50...1,51 m; height: 1,60...1,68 m
    Wheelbase: 2,70 m (2-seater); 2,94 m (4-seater)
    Front wheel track: 1180 mm
    Rear track: 1240 mm
    Carburettor(s): Solex 30 USHD,
    two on roadster model, one - the rest body styles
    Gearbox: 3 speeds + rear (with synchronized II and III since 1939)
    13k photo of 1938 Aero-50 Roadster104k image of 1938 Aero-50 2-seater roadsterElectrics: 6V Scintilla, dynamo-battery ignition
    Dynamo: 6V, 130 W
    Hydraulical brakes ATE Lockheed
    (early models, before 1938, had mechanical brakes)
    Weight: 950 kg (limousine) - 980 kg (2-seater roadster) -
    1100 kg (Sodomka cabriolet A) -1250 kg (Sodomka cabriolet B)
    Maximal speed: 125-130 km/h
    91k image of 1938 Aero-50 Sodomka Cabriolet A87k image of 1938 Aero-50 Sodomka Cabriolet BTyres: 5,25-16 inches (? and 5,75-16 ?)
    Fuel tank capacity: ? L
    Fuel consumption: 10,5 - 15 L/100km, depending on speed and
    driving style
    Prices:
    Roadster: 37.500 Czech crowns
    66k photo of 1938 Aero-50 2-seater roadster17k image of Aero-50 Sodomka Cabriolet ACabrio 4-seater: 38.600 Czech crowns
    Limousine: 39.800 Czech crowns
    Sodomka Cabriolet: 45.900 Czech crowns
    1937: increased brake drums and reinforced rear axis - new clutch, 12 screws instead of earlier 8

    http://www.autogallery.org.ru/aero50.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerDown View Post
    You sound like my mother-in-law when she met me.....but you need some a that....'cos F.O.K.K.E.R that aint right either.........



    ..........hint hint....c'mon must I spell it out .............
    It's a 1935 Aero 30 and not a flippin F O K K E R.


    Fazda, you jumped right in front of me.
    Last edited by Stokstert; 10-02-2010 at 03:37 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stokstert View Post
    It's a 1935 Aero 30 and not a flippin F O K K E R.


    Fazda, you jumped right in front of me.
    Your picture is nicer than mine and I called it a 50 not a 30, so it's your turn Stokkies!

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