Die Seite Kfz der Wehrmacht gefällt mir seht gut und ganz besonders der Bereich Kraftfahrzeuge.Name: militarfotofan23 E-Mail: Ansichtskarten.u.Fotos@t-online.de Ort: Leipziger Neuenseenland Land: Sachsen Verschickt: 19.01.2016 13:33:30
Super Arbeit,top übersichtlich ! Habe auf der Suche nach dem französischen Beute LKW Panhard,die Seiten gefunden. Beste Grüße Willfried Name: Alan Verschickt: 03.01.2016 23:41:10
Nette Seite, werde mal ein bischen stöbern.Name: Jon Knipe E-Mail: Jonknipe@hotmail.co.uk Ort: Liverpool Land: United Kingdom Verschickt: 04.10.2015 18:57:51
A fantastic piece of work, well done. Would make an awesome book. Thanks for all of the work you have put into it.
Great site - just some comments about some photos:
1938 Chrysler - top photo is probably a Royal as it does not have the chrome chevrons, as was the case with the Imperial.
De Soto Series SC - 1933 - De Soto never offered a limousine, so this car is either a sedan or deluxe sedan
Ford V8 Model 81A and 82A - 1938 - First photo is a model 82A, due to the horizontal bars that extended into the side hood region for engine cooling.
Ford V8 Model 91A and 92 A - 1939 - First photo is a 922A Standard. Second and third photos are 91 Deluxe sedans.
Hudson 1939 - Both photos are of the 112, due to the headlights being separate from the fenders.Name: Jul-Sverre Haugerud E-Mail: email@example.com Ort: Mysen Land: Norway Verschickt: 05.03.2015 19:13:39
Do anybody know for fact that Generaloberst Nicolaus von Falkehorst had a Horch 901 type 40 kfz 21, fourdoor convertible with Gläser body, for his disposal in Norway? Some say that Is there any Photos of that car from that time awailable. I would very much appriciate any information regarding this matter. Information about other such cars in Norway in the wartime era is of great interesst. I am also interessted in bying Photos of any such car taken in Norway during the war.Name: Georgi Gramenov E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Ort: Sofia-1000, Vitosha boul.62-A Land: Bulgaria Verschickt: 19.09.2014 18:38:31
Dear ladies and sirs, I was very happy to see and learn a lot of informa- tion from your site. This info and data will help my studies, knowledge and hobby work, because I have a deep interest and collection of military models, books,etc. Many thanks and hope in future to keep contacts and exchange information. MFG Georg Name: Carl E Sorman E-Mail: email@example.com HomePage: www.earlyfordv8.se Land: Sweden Verschickt: 16.05.2014 9:14:43
I apologize for that I am writing this in English. My German language skills is to poor to be used in writing.
Meanwhile 1939-45 manufactured Ford in Cologne 3.9 l gasoline engines for trucks and half-track vehicles. The engines produced by Ford in Cologne had in molding, above the clutch letters EB (Eisenwerke Brühl). Engines manufactured after the war had the initials EB and F and K in the two ellipses. From the same time period, there is also the engine block that is marked with an H. Is it possible that the H engine block was manufactured by Henschel & Sohn (Henschel-Werke), with the main factory in Kassel? Name: ostwärts Land: A Verschickt: 15.05.2014 13:19:39