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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 02-11-2018, 11:44 AM Thread Starter
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Mysterious 1900

Dear Experts,
I found a mysterious 1900 in Germany and need some help. It seems to be a 1900 Touring Superleggera 2. series, but the headlamps, the back of the roof and the sidewindows are very unusual.
The current owner bought the car in 1958/59 in the condition shown on the pics and still owns it.

Maybe someone has further information or knows the car?

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One of the Touring modified from Boano in the roof and for the first time i see also in the front even if seems a Savonuzzi style.

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Interesting car. Nice vintage pictures.

Do you have actual pictures ? or chassis number ?

Look here and here

Unusual front face with an idea from the Plymouth Fury of Christine's movie
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Interesting car. Nice vintage pictures.

Do you have actual pictures ? or chassis number ?

Look here and here

Unusual front face with an idea from the Plymouth Fury of Christine's movie
Hi all,
You can read the full story in my book 1900 Millenove, 2. edition, pages 208-209.
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Hi all,
You can read the full story in my book 1900 Millenove, 2. edition, pages 208-209.
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H.-Jürgen Döhren
I love Jurgen's book on the 1900 and am proud to have a signed copy! If you like 1900's/Two-Liter or 2600's I strongly recommend contacting Jurgen to get copies.

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Hi all,
You can read the full story in my book 1900 Millenove, 2. edition, pages 208-209.
regards
H.-Jürgen Döhren
I love Jurgen's book on the 1900 and am proud to have a signed copy! If you like 1900's/Two-Liter or 2600's -I strongly recommend contacting Jurgen to get copies.

Here are the two dots '..' for the 'u' they fell off my keyboard.

Mark
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