First of all, thanks Martin for opening and feeding such an interesting thread.
It took me quite a couple of hours for cross-checking the info with my sources, and I couldn’t afford it before due to work schedule.
Car registered OP-HH-4 is, according to Ad Smits’ latest research (Het KB article in 2004 was an update of his former Giuliettaletta one), Schultze’s 04657 was sold on Feb. 15th 1960 to Bernd Degener from Opladen. He sold the car away the next year, on March 21st 1961 to Ernst Gertsch from Emmendingen (Freiburg) who had it re-registered EM-M47. Wolfgang Steidle (EHI-H 1- post 39) is a later owner of the same car, having bought it on Oct. 9th 1962. The picture is from the Solitude race in 1963.
It is the same 04657 that features on the second pic posted by 2000 Touring in post 46 (page 4) with race #65, as Martin listed. The peculiar feature is the bear designed on the side, which is the Berlin bear.
The #62 car at Sestriere on 2000 Touring’s third pic is 02158 at the 1957 venue with Abate.
Edgar Berney’s #83 in post 30 should be the same car as #12 in post 27. The full size picture in Racing Giuliettas shows clearly the tribune behind, which is beyond any doubt Spa’s main tribune on the finish line. So the #12 has the same design as on the pic of the same car crashed against a pole at Hollowell (part of Spa track) on May 3rd 1959.
The pic of the Belgian registered SVZ (post 25 – race#111) is a 1960 one with Berger-Roggemans. In 1959, it was registered T5081, raced by Pilette-Liekens (race #83), prepared by Conrero. It DNFed for carburettor troubles. Unfortunately Pilette couldn’t help with identifying the car.
Consten-Hebert’s car registered 643EH14 is 04717 according to original documentation acquired by Ad Smits from Consten. The body was in early 1959 fitted to another chassis, registered 948FA14, and believed to be possibly 08780. I find it plausible since the front end shape fits well, unlike many bodies on non-SVA chassis numbers. Rear end has instead obviously been reconstructed.
Now a sidenote. I wonder about 09403, a Sprint Normale chassis number wearing the umpteenth double bubble roof out of 3, and having shapes it doesn’t share with other cars. I wouldn’t care. But the point arises right now, when series1gtv takes that very car as an example of what he likes most as rear end shape. I won’t debate on the taste, anyone’s entitled to like it, and it isn’t bad at all anyway. The problem is that the question “why did they leave that path and go for the later SZ shape” makes no sense at all if that’s not an original shape (whatever the authenticity of the car, which is not my point). Check the period picture of Abate’s car rear end and you can start a discussion on the evolution of coachbuilding. This is a good example of the poor service restorers or replica builders make to the automobile culture. Series1gtv, I hope you don’t mind, I’m sure you are in absolute good faith about this. The same goes for 3613 vs. 2158: it is obviously not the same car. 3613 is a Normale chassis number. Boudewijn, check KB 108 page 103...