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car, morbid, oblivion
Love the colours and the perspective….What is it?Looks like an old Peugeot 404 or a trab
Thanks, Deon & derid!
Deon, there was nothing left to find out the brand or the model, not even on the steering wheel.But it’s definitely not a Peugeot, it looked more similar to a Trabant, but I think it’s not that either.Maybe it’s NSU, ancestor of “Prinz”…
Hm, this would actually be a nice photo for a quiz.:)
Deon, yesterday I went to the same “graveyard” again after one year and I have to correct myself and prove you right, as well.
This is a Peugeot 404 from the late 60’s.
I found that out because there’s another one with description on the windshield.
The only difference between the two is that this one is a limousine and the other one is a station wagon. The station wagon was made in 1967 and that’s why I’m assuming the “limo” was made in the late 60’s.:)
it’s a trabant? if it is they are cult cars over here nicely lit