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Need help to identify oldtimer car

 
 
Reply Sun 2 Jan, 2005 08:11 am
I've got an old photo of my mother's house (she still lives there, and it's still my official secondary residence).
Here's a scan from a coloured postcard from earliest 20th century

http://groups.msn.com/_Secure/0WgAaAwkcuxjm2mFplRIss5rmXJyYv9CJozt9NvPutXDyFRFgohRvYrO8vMM5oKUNmb2ilzTTFqB1jKVIoStgLbZbYm!ZW1U*uzaSeceIk1mZYsxGwTwFR9CCZBrqCtGHlz5S5wZF8Oc/Postkarte%20M%C3%BChlenstrasse.jpg

Has someone got an idea, what brand of car that could be?
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Walter Hinteler
 
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Reply Sun 2 Jan, 2005 08:11 am
Before you ask me:

- the house was built by my great-uncle in 1904,
- he was a retired navy reserve surgeon, worked then as a family doctor,
- who is who on the pic can mostly only be guessed (I'm sure, however, about the dog),
- the 'funny thing' in the lower third, on the right, is a street lamp
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timberlandko
 
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Reply Sun 2 Jan, 2005 09:24 am
Looks like a mid 'Teens-early 'Twenties Panhard to me.

http://www.automotoclassiche.com/immagini/1913_Panhard_et.jpg

Grille, bonnet line, cowl, windshield, fender rake, and wheel placement are awful similar. It doesn't look like anything from the Horch/DKW/AutoUnion/Audi family, and it sure doesn't resemble anything from Daimler Benz.
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