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Published 13/02/2018 @ 17:29:18, By Ddey65
How about this fire truck next to the Ford C-Series.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Summer_1980,_Easter_Seals_Camp_Merry_Hea- rt_-_panoramio.jpg

I keep thinking Hahn for some reason.


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Published 14/02/2018 @ 18:39:47, By rjluna2
How about this fire truck next to the Ford C-Series.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Summer_1980,_Easter_Seals_Camp_Merry_Hea- rt_-_panoramio.jpg

I keep thinking Hahn for some reason.


We still have https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Unidentified_fire_engines that needed to be sort it out. Some of them are already identified, but it doesn't have category listed yet.
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Published 28/02/2018 @ 15:01:45, By Ddey65

We still have https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Unidentified_fire_engines that needed to be sort it out. Some of them are already identified, but it doesn't have category listed yet.


I see that with a lot of vehicles there.

I'm going to need someone from the UK for this thing;


https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2012-07_Independence_National_Historical_Park_05.JPG

I don't know why, but I keep leaning towards a Dennis for some reason.
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Published 01/03/2018 @ 04:53:49, By Ddey65
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Published 01/03/2018 @ 08:26:18, By Gamer
Model A I would say. Too heavy for a T.
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Published 04/03/2018 @ 00:28:02, By dsl
I'm going to need someone from the UK for this thing;

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:2012-07_Independence_National_Historical_Park_05.JPG

I don't know why, but I keep leaning towards a Dennis for some reason.


I'm no bus expert, but while it's RHD and I can see a generally 1960s UK shape, the front grille is very different from the usual suspects. Might be worth thinking about a Hong Kong source as an alternative??? Also if UK or HK the bodywork has been heavily altered to switch the entry doors to the US kerbside.
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Published 04/03/2018 @ 17:04:12, By Ddey65
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Published 29/03/2018 @ 07:29:40, By eLMeR
Found (near the Renault model) by my air-cooled friend among various documents, ads and magazines in the attic of his late grandfather, a picture of his great-grandfather and of his grandmother, most probably taken during the 1950s:
https://photos.elmer.re/i.php?/upload/2018/03/29/20180329070939-7442b150-sm.jpg

Any idea of the make and model of this car? 479-(D or Q)-87 is a 1950-51 registration number, but the car looks more like one from the 1930s, and the French registration system changed in 1950...
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Published 30/05/2018 @ 17:23:31, By Ddey65
This looks British:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:PLUM_BEACH_ON_SHEEPSHEAD_BAY_-_NARA_-_547869.jpg

I'm thinking Triumph TR3, but I'll take any other suggestions from those who know better.
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Published 30/05/2018 @ 21:04:49, By dsl
Spitfire, probably Mk3 for headrests.
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Published 17/06/2018 @ 18:36:50, By Ddey65
Somebody posted a whole bunch of 1958 Mercury "Villager" station wagon images on Wikimedia Commons, but it was Edsel that made the Villager back then, not Mercury.

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:1958_Mercury_Villager_(29150490663).jpg

I'm going to assume this is the Mercury Voyager for now, but just to be sure, can anybody make out the outline of the removed cowl insignia on the side of the headlights?

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Published 04/07/2018 @ 07:36:10, By Ddey65
Also, this NYC Boro Taxi has the roofline of a Nissan Murano, but a grille that looks like a Nissan Versa from 10 years ago with a cheap chrome job.
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:53rd_St_6th_Av_td_09a_-_Boro_Cab.jpg
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Published 04/07/2018 @ 08:00:14, By night cub
Looks more like the first gen Rogue than Murano. Everything but the front bumper and grille.
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Published 05/07/2018 @ 01:42:56, By Exiv96
Found (near the Renault model) by my air-cooled friend among various documents, ads and magazines in the attic of his late grandfather, a picture of his great-grandfather and of his grandmother, most probably taken during the 1950s:
https://photos.elmer.re/i.php?/upload/2018/03/29/20180329070939-7442b150-sm.jpg

Any idea of the make and model of this car? 479-(D or Q)-87 is a 1950-51 registration number, but the car looks more like one from the 1930s, and the French registration system changed in 1950...


It's a George Irat. I have a scale model of that roadster.

http://garagedepoche.eklablog.fr/georges-irat-olc3-roadster-1938-a79555693

It may be a bit older than 1938 as written on the model's plinth.
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Published 05/07/2018 @ 07:24:35, By eLMeR
Thanks for that lead, Exiv96. We'll certainly contact the Georges Irat Club to see if they know a bit more about the model shown in the picture, as it seems to have some specific items not visible on "production" vehicles.

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