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This antique car is actually a fire truck. It’s a 1941 Horch 853 Sport Cabriolet purchased in November 1945 by a firefighting team in Brno, Czechoslovakia. Car modders altered it so that it could deliver 6 people and hoses quickly to the scene of a fire.

Vintage Peel Micro Car

Vintage Peel Micro Car

1941 DAF, one person city car - nicknamed 'The Raincoat '('Regenjas').... from what I understand; DAF - a British & a Dutch company both operating under the same name of DAF at the same time - I'm not sure which this vehicle is attributed to...

1941 DAF, one person city car - nicknamed 'The Raincoat '('Regenjas').... from what I understand; DAF - a British & a Dutch company both operating under the same name of DAF at the same time - I'm not sure which this vehicle is attributed to...

1937 Zeppelin Roadliner. It’s hard to believe that this stylish motorhome was built in 1937. Dubbed the Zeppelin by its current owner, famed customizer Art Himsl, the Zeppelin started out its life as a prototype house car built by a mechanic at the Chris-Craft boat dealership in San Francisco.Himsl discovered the vehicle in 1968 in California’s Napa Valley. But did not begin a serious restoration until 1999.The vehicle was rechristened in 2002 as the 1937 Himsl Zeppelin Roadliner.

1937 Zeppelin Roadliner. It’s hard to believe that this stylish motorhome was built in 1937. Dubbed the Zeppelin by its current owner, famed customizer Art Himsl, the Zeppelin started out its life as a prototype house car built by a mechanic at the Chris-Craft boat dealership in San Francisco.Himsl discovered the vehicle in 1968 in California’s Napa Valley. But did not begin a serious restoration until 1999.The vehicle was rechristened in 2002 as the 1937 Himsl Zeppelin Roadliner.

1947 PLM-Wagon. A two-door sedan built by the Belgian coachbuilder Louis Maes Ainé. A total of 18 of these cars were made. Maes Ainé also built beautiful designed trucks and buses. In 1951, he took an order that was too large for him to handle and went bankrupt. it is so cool looking!

1947 PLM-Wagon. A two-door sedan built by the Belgian coachbuilder Louis Maes Ainé. A total of 18 of these cars were made. Maes Ainé also built beautiful designed trucks and buses. In 1951, he took an order that was too large for him to handle and went bankrupt. it is so cool looking!

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