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What kind of car is this?

A mysterious beauty. Any idea what we see here?
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A mysterious beauty. Any idea what we see here?

An old photo. Really old and in black and white. Found somewhere at a fair.

The car looks like our reader Wim Tambour Italian? French? English?


It is a photo of a car from which we are just as curious about the front view as more info. We think the lines are beautiful.

Who knows may say. Whoever has one may report

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  1. If I look at the position of the rear wheels like that, it could be the pendulum axle of a beetle. The rear air vents betray a rear engine.
    So a replica of the Bolwell Nagari or perhaps another exotic specimen based on a VW beetle.

  2. this could be an Australian Bolwell Nagari
    was equipped with Ford engines in the 60 and 70 years and has a similar butt

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