Utsikt från Gasthaus Keller. Ref. 1
View from balcony Gasthaus Keller Merdinger
Museum journey 2018
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On our way to museums


Uffe på plats i planet till Frankfurt. Ref. 1
Uffe in place in the plane to Frankfurt. Ref. 1
Här har vi Bosse studerar himlen/molnen.
Here we have Bosse who is studying the sky/clouds. Ref. 1
Björn ko fram till att det var bäst att ha armarna i kors. Något kort på Tord blev det för han satt så illa till.
The bear came to the conclusion that it was best to have his arms.
Photo on Tord was har because he sat difficult for to be photoed. Ref. 1
Det gällde att få friskluft.
The image right-side up only in Windows PC. Ref. 1

To set up the fresh air, which everyone did when they had to loosen the seatbelt. Just as in Åberg's film.
When the plane had lifted a great run to the restroom. We had been good and coped with this at the airport. Diapers for toddlers was replaced by tenaciously. It has to do with the pressure?
In Frankfurt we landed far away on the airfield. It became the bus. We had no luggage, so the search for the car rental company started with a walk.
Entrén till Museet del 1. Ref. 1
Entrance to Sinsheim museum part 1. Ref. 1
The idea for a museum trip to Germany was initiated at a club visit on Elsa Andersson's Café in Norberg.
Lennart "Stainless" and Tord had called members to a single meeting on ELSA's upgraded cooffe house. Only two came and there were Björn and Evald Bengtsson. Here many tings about motorcycles were discussed and Björn proposed a museum joerney for members. This made both Tord and Lennart interested in because they also wanted to se museumsin Germany. Tord who is used in travelling since before his pension. He saw no difficulties in this.
Bjorn had proposed various museums and Tord and Lennart NSU admired Museum, when it came to motorcycles.
Now the bar is not better than to Lennart became ill in some secret cold and Tord became the full organizer of the event.
He sat down with his computer and organized a tour to museums and overnights at suitable Gasthaus.
It was a trip of 5 days and 4 over nattningar with space in Lufthansa's aircraft.
We met the 19/3 in Västerås kl 0500 to driv to airport Arlanda outside Stockholm. Parking was on the long-term parking "alfa" where my car was parked with for the hope to remain 5 days later with diesel fuel left in the tank.
Tord had arranged with reservation and instructed us with what was true for bags and what cabin baggage was weighed. Inbound flight from Frankfurt was about 1 hour late so we had to wait in the departure hall and were there studying people who would and other passengers for our plane. Tord met even his son, which would also to our destination.
Then we went on board and I got plenty of room, then the seat next to me missing traveler.
Kl. 11.30 we landed in Frankfurt went with rental car  around in this order: Sinsheim, Rogers Gasthaus, NSU, Porsche, Rogers Gasthaus, Mercedes, Otto Walz cross star, Gasthaus Keller, Bugatti, Peugeot, Gasthaus Keller. The last day was spent for transportation to Frankfurt and fly home.

Avstigning i Frankfurt till transportbussen.
On the way to transport bus. Inside, it was standing room only. Ref. 1
I väntan på att Tord ordnar med hyrbilen.
In the meantime, while Tord fixed the car. Behind the Maserati we really wanted. Ref. 1
Det började bra med hyrbilen. Den fungerade de bra.
It started well, after searching right on your car's location. However, it worked fine with the Ford V6 automatic transmission. Ref. 1

Deltagarna Bosse, Uffe, Björn och Tord under en fika paus på Mercedes museum. Ref. 1
Participants Bosse, Uffe, Björn and Tord during a coffee break at the Mercedes museum. Here we had the help of another visitor. Ref. 1

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Museum entre Sinsheim. Ref. 1

Entrance ticket to the museum. Ref. 1
Baksidan på entrbiljetten. Ref. 1
Rear sid of the ticket. Ref. 1

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Sinsheim Video

Kryssaren Emden Story.

Yakolev 42 cyl diesel

Other engines.

Maybach flygmotor MB IVa. Ref. 1 During WWI, only150 ps was  received at most from the engines and with severe rotation problems. Maybach kontruerade engines with up to 280 hp. Approx. 2000 engines of this type were manufactured by MAN 1918. Though too late to have an impact on the war. Ref. 1
Text 24 cyl Mercedes flygmotor. Ref. 1
Info 24 cyl Mercedes Benz airplane engine.
Rolls Royce Merlin. Ref. 1
Rolls-Royce Merlin.
The famous flight engine was used extensively during WWII in various designs. These included Spitfire, Lancaster, Mustang, Mosquito as battle wagons. The Merlin engine was also installed in the Brookland built planes including the Hawker Hurricane and Vickers Wellington III bombers. Merlin 61 came into servsice in the RAF in July 1942 and was then in the Spitfire IX but was also used in the Vickers F7/41 (type 432) experiment plan for action at high altitude. The displayed engine's history is unknown. Data: 27 liter V12 twin overhead camshafts, four valves per cylinder and twin compressors. The engine gave first 1565 HP at sea level and 1200 hp at 30000 ft but was developed during the war to provide over 2500 hp at sea level. Engine loaned by RAF museum Hendon. Image from Duxford. Ref. 1.
On the way to Sinsheim
When in Frankfurt, we headed out on the Autobahn. The journey went straight on and some curves known not by. It was about 110 km to Sinsheim. We were lucky because if any accident happens, there will be long queues immediately. Swedish motorway traffic is nothing against in Germany. GPS Tomtom brought us directly to Sinsheim Museum's car park. No problem.

Sinsheim has two museums. One in Sinsheim and the other in Speyer about 10 km away. We had invested in Sinsheim, mostly because we could not keep up with both, then we landed after 11.30. Speyer has staked much on airspace and some passenger planes. It becomes Speyer next time we go. In addition, the ordinary with cars and military vehicles.
Sinsheim, where we are after a good driving by Tord and  came directly into their free parking.
Here, we chose to start by visiting entrance part where military vehicles from WWII are exhibited.
You leaned your head back, it also saw a number of warplanes hangin in roof. The fact is that in Germany are very proud of their designs, which were made before and during WWII.
The background to the German miracle is precisely all the engineers who got started with the German industry's products after the war.
There are also a number of American cars, which may not interested me so much, then one often see them at home in Sweden
I had photographed them the last time I was at Sinsheim, year 2000.
What I find most interesting is the engines to show up. In the other hand, the exhibition of military vehicles from WWII. In third place comes the old timers with Benz's first car. In four luxury cars. The brands Sinsheim have invested in is Mercedes, Horch, Maybach, Bugatti and Ferrari. In fifth place is the locomotives. In sixth was the MC:s. On the seventh American cars. On the eighth Sport cars and tractors. On the ninth formula cars. Some I have seen during my visit 2000, now positioned slightly differently. I found that much is still left. Before moving to the large part of the Museum you have to go through the museum store. If there is something to buy, it is the book that the Museum has developed.


Fartygsdiesel till kryssaren Emden. Ref. 1
Dieselt ships in reserve, which was designed to the Cruiser Emden WWI. Ref. 1
Fartygsmotor till kryssaren EMden 1943. Ref. 1
This Man ship engine was manufactured in 1943. The same type was mounted in the Cruiser Emden in which the engine only worked as a booster. It is a two stroke diesel and gave 12600 hp, had a capacity of 850 litres with 24 cyl. There wer 6 similar engines mounted normally in destroyers. The engine remained safe in Augsburg after the war and was donated as a loan to the Sinsheim.
Ref. 1
Kryssaren Emden i Östersjön 1944. Ref. 1 The Cruiser Emden during WWII, built 1921. The cruiser was rebuilt several times and got the type of engine shown  installed as auxiliary engine and the replacement of turbines, 1943. 1945 the ship was  seriously injured in the air raid in Wilhemshafen. Was towed out and blown up. Its shoulder will be shown today at the Deutsche museum. Ref. 1 Ubåtsmotor till Österrike-Ungern ubåt KKR48. Ref. 1
This submarine engine is made by MAN and would have been delivered to the Austrian naval base in Trieste, 1917. 2 engines were intended to be mounted in the submarine KKR48, but was not finished in time *). Instead it was built and was connected to a stationary generator engine. Was sold to a silver mine in Bolivia where it stood until 1981. The engine was at 1200 hp with a weight of 26 tonnes. Ref. 1
Ubåtsmotor som aldrig blev monterad. Ref. 1
After 1981, it was purchased by a sponsor and was transported to Sinsheim. Ref. 1

*) the previous image.
One might suspect that the wartime output that was near end did that consciously drew on delivery
Generator aggregatet i Bolivia. Ref. 1
Generator was mounted to the engine during its time as a generator in Bolivia. Ref. 1
Mercedes-Man V8 diesel ON402. Ref. 1
Daimler-Benz diesel engine OM402 V8 built 1970, at 255 hp 12760 cc. existed in performance V6 V8 V12. Today is made in performing up to 976 hp. Mounted among others. in trucks. A copy of a Scania V8? or the other way around. Ref. 1
Stridsvagnsmotor till tiger och Panther 600-700 ps. Ref. 1
Maybach HL 230 1943 armored engine, V12 at 700 HP 23.88 litres. The engine was used in the Tiger, Panther battle wagons and Jagdpanzer. The speed was limited to 2600-2800 rpm. Ref. 1
Mayhbach HL 230. Ref. 1
Same as previous image of Maybach battle wagon engine. Was sensitive to the speed of 2600 rpm. In practice the users never drove with rpm over 2500. Ref. 1
DB610 V24 gav max 2780 hp. Red. 1
Mercedes Benz engine 1942. 24 cyl 67.8 litres 2000 to 2700 HP at the start. Developed to 2870 hp and was called DB610. In principle two Me109 V12 engines were combined into one with dual crankshafts. All war keeping exploited multi cylinder engines and all had problems. Ref. 1
DB610. Ref. 1
DB610 had initially very difficult operational problems with oil leaks and fire. Germany did not produce enough good material to the motors and bombarna, as they were fitted in, the airplanes were withdrawn from active service and was used instead as escorts. The German war advertising said it was America engine! for bombing. Ref. 1
Rysk V42 disel för torpedbåtar. Ref. 1
This type of diesel engine, built by Russian diesel engine works. It was a radial engine with 7 cylinders in Star and 6 in row = 42 cyl. Benämdes M503 and gave 4000 hp. Fuel consumption was 680 litres per hour. Assembled most in the torpedo boats. Note the large Turbo in front. Ref. 1
Roll Royce Griffon. Ref. 1
Rolls Royce Griffon II 1944-45 gave 2375 hp, with a 36.7 litre V12 och volume. Assembled mainly in the Spitfire MkXII. The engine was available in many designs and built in quantity by Packard in the United States. As for Merlin. Swedish battle wagons, purchased from England were equipped with this variant. Ref. 1

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 Military vehicles and airplanes from WWII


RW utveckling

Focke-Wulf Focke-Wulf II

Focke-Wulf history

Focke-Wulf Ta183

Focke-Wulf Huckbein

Goliath in page

Goliath Zündapp

Strv m/41

Swedish m/41



Stug III G

Sturmgeshütz Willy Messerschmidt

Bf-109 BF-109 i Norge

Pansar TNHP

Heinkel 111

Ernst Heinkel

BMW museum

Hugo Junkers Web site

Hävarmarms konstruktionen till torsionsfjädringen. Ref. 1
Detail showing the type of spring system is of type torsions. Ref. 1 Resterna av en Ju 88 På fd Motortechnica. Ref. 1
The remains of a JU 88 in the former Motor Technica museum in Aschaffenberg. Photo from 2000. Ref. 1
Detalj av drivaggregat för Sdf 7 dragare. Ref. 1
Detail of aggregates for pullers Sdkfz 7, 8. Ref. 1
Lätt engelsk pansarvagn. Ref. 1
Light English armoured wagon. Was used on the front lines for the transport of ammunition and food to combatants. Equipped with machine guns. I was at a fun fair in the 50 's. They had to pull the caravans. At Jädersbruk market, I saw one with Ford's 100 ps engine. Ref. 1
NSU Kettenrad. Ref. 1
NSU Kettenrad. 4 cyl, 1500 cc, 36 HP. Most commonly used with a Opel engine. Ernst Heinrich Kniepkamp NSU developed 1939 a transport vehicle for towing for light loads, such as machine guns and ammunition ao. 1941 was in serieal production at 2 factories and produced until 1948, three years after the end of the war. Reportedly it was very useful for farmers. All tractors had been seized by the Russians after the war.

The vehicles were manufactured in Germany to support the military, were mainly combat vehicles and support vehicles. The problem was that germany had started too late to develop the motorized units.

When the Germany attack was handled the largest number of transport with the help of horses. About 900000 horses were used in the war with Russia began. 

Military vehicles and airplanes WWII.
Sprängrobot Goliath. Ref. 1
Between the years 1943 and 1945 (war) manufactured Zündapp in cooperation with Zachertz a total of 4229 small remote-controlled tracked vehicles with high-explosive charge. Charges of up to 100 kg could be transported with them. Remote control were made via a 650 m long power cord.
The machines described Goliath and the story of these remarkable machines began in 1940. The Germans salvaged a similar machine, designed by French Kegresse, from the Seine River, where the French had dumped it. Zündapp equipped machines with two cylinder two stroke engines of 703 CC and 12.5 HP. Ref. 1

"Sturmgeschütz" III, Kanonvagn. Ref. 1
Gun Stug III. Cabin models were manufactured in many different designs. They weighed between 10 to 14 tonnes. The starting material was all from pzkw III to the Panther and Tiger chassis. It was much cheaper to produce, but not torn and need so strong motor and thick armor. They had letters from A to g. About 10000 copies of all versions were produced. The problem with them was, of course, that the cannon could not be tilted sideways so much. It was von Manstein that drove the development of this weapon. Towards the end of the war was the Stug in advanced status. Ref. 1.
Stuh III G. Ref. 1
Gun Stug III G. Was used as mobile artillery and in support of the attacking squad. Built in 1940 with the V12 300 hp motor on 11.867 liters volume. Ref. 1
Kanonvagn Hetzer. Ref. 1
After the takeover of Czechoslovakia, it was over many battle wagons of smaller size. The type was also in Sweden. Recognized on the carrying wheels. These rebuilt to panzar hunters and was named Hetzer. Several types were built. Marder. Hunting version was this type in 1943 and was equipped with a 57 mm cannon adjustable vertically and laterally. Ref. 1
Kanonvagn Hetzer. Ref. 1
This storm gun, Hetzer, is a converted TNHP. They did so that the tower was removed and instead assembled into a cannon. Read more under the previous/next picture. Ref. 1
Kanonvagn Hetzer. Ref. 1
When Germany was incorporated into Czechoslovakia over many cars of type TNHP. These were used to produce several different types of carriages with a different task. In this case the storm gun. Hetzer. Ref. 1
Pansarvagn TNHP-5. Ref. 1 
Tank TNHP-5.
From the beginning, this was a Czech tank that was developed in the 1930s. Many cars had this as a starting point. More in Sweden and also some in Germany, among others. Hetzer and Marder. All are recognized on the 4 bearing wheels. Ref. 1
Dragbil 8 Sdkfz 7. Ref. 1
6 cyl, 5700-6200 cc, 115-140 hk. This was an 8-ton drill and did 50 km/h and had a horizontal expanse of 250/120 km. Apart from the Kraus-Maffei/Borgward made even Daimler Benz and Büssing-Nag these types. Most were equipped with Maybach-engines. However, there were also the BMW and DB engines. Kraus-Maffei made over 10500 ex of 8 tons type. A total of 1940-45 vehicles were manufactured over 39000. Ref. 1
Ju 87 från medelhavets botten. Ref. 1
The Ju 87 was equipped with a Junkers Jumo 211 on 880 kw and a topphast. of about 314 km/h. 1 pilot and one that operated the machine gun that was directed towards the rear. It could take a 2000 kg or four bombs at 500 kg. Ju-87 was built in 5700 as its main task was to be used as dive bombers. For this fit it very well. Later in the war were the low speed a problem so the plane was withdrawn in 1943 to simpler mission mainly at the East front. All disturbed bombers is recognized on the broken wing. It was a design exists to withstand the forces when it went out of the dive. The American Chance Vought hangarplanets broken wings was both for störtbombning and to keep upon landing. Ref. 1
Ju 87. Bild från Sinsheim 2002.  Ref 1
Picture from my visit Sinsheim 2000. Later it was used for training of new pilots. Planet in the exhibition hall has been picked up from the bottom of the Mediterranean sea off Saint-Tropez. Today, there are only 2 complete plan. Several toppled and downed is cared for and refurbished. Ref. 1
Focke-Wulf 190. Ref. 1
The name Focke-Wulf comes from the two designers Heinrich Focke Wulf and George already at the beginning of 1920 started a clandestine manufacture of aircraft in Bremen, all in violation of the Versailles Treaty. Everything was in line with the statement that the "German air force was not dead but its spirit alive".
Fw 190 f was manufactured during the period 1939-1945. Was fitted with an unusual engine for German BAIS. A 14 cylinder, the BMW 801, air-cooled radial engine, with direct fuel injection, which gave its best 1700 HP, with a maximum speed of 685 km/h. On joints, the 1941. It had extraordinary properties and was superior to the English fighters until 1943, when it received Spitfire XII. However, the model was used mostly on the eastern front. The plane was strong and it could also be used as a light bomber. Manufactured in over 25000 copies. Ref. 1
Junkers 88. Ref. 1
Junkers 88.
A 2-motors easy bomplan fitted with two Junkers Jumo D211 at 1200 HP and a max speed of 457 km/h. later models reached over 500 mph. Plane had a crew of 3. 15000 plan was produced. The plane was used mainly during the blitz on London. It had high loss figures, however, not lost as many as Heinkel 111. The plane was rebuilt later as/bombers. One can consider motor gondola correct appearance, when a stellar engine requires larger diameter. Note also the appearance compared to any rear propeller. Ref. 1
Messerschmidt 109a. Ref. 1
Messerschmidt Bf-109. Meanwhile, 1935-1945 was produced in over 35000 example Fitted with Mercedes DB605 12 cylinder V engine that was placed with the valves down. See the exhaust pipes. Power wise reached 2000 HP. See also my text from the Mercedes Museum. Me 109 was produced in Regensburg and in Hungary. Spitfire had their guns in the wings. Machine guns on the Bf-109 was sitting on top of the engine the gondola. A model was equipped with a machine gun that fired through the propeller's centre. This could be done as the propeller was driven over a gear and not directly on the crankshaft. Ref. 1 (cont.)
Me 109 G. Ref 1
The arrangement, however, was not successful. The plane flew on all fronts and had only the Focke-Wulf 190 which its over man. When the P51-Mustang came to the Allied could only FW-190 give it a match. Last months 1945 produced to 2969 plan. By that time, however, had developed the Me 262, but when the war was almost over. Website about developmnet of Me-109. The Bf 109 was produced in several countries including Czechoslovakia and Spain even after the war. Thanks to the film Battle over England . There are several machines left. Ref. 1
Heinkel 111. Ref. 1
Heinkel 111. Production period 1935-1944. 2 Jumo 211 in line engines each at 1340 horsepower and a maximum speed of 470 km/h. bomb load 2000 kg. About 15000 copies were built.
Developed 111 1934 first appeared as a Heinkel civil airliner. The first models that bomber came in 1936 and a number were sent to Spain. Spain was a great test site for the German armed forces. 1940 came the fully glazed nose. In the daylight it was vulnerable to fighter attack and poorly protected to defend itself, as it had for low speed. He-111 had very heavy casualties during the battle of England why they switched to night attacks.
Flying He111 in Denmark. Ref. 1
Militära versionen av VW typ 1. Ref. 1
This VW for military transports are very rare. It was produced in 1943, and known as the VW Käfer 82 E, 25 HP and 1131 cc. 667 copies were produced during the years 1943-1945. It had the higher chassis from Kübelwagen and the covered body of person wagon (type 1). After the war the tilverkades for a short time but then it done it to a civilian version. VW-Käfer 1943-45. Ref. 1
Variant of the above. Ref. 1

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Old timers before 1920.

Tre hjulingens motor. Ref. 1
Benz encylinders motor.
Benz patent. Ref. 1
Benz patent.
Benz patentskrift. Ref. 1

Benz patent drawing.

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Benz Ladenburg

Columbia elektroauto

First test tour. Video Ref. 4

Simplex cars

Other oldtimers. Photo 2000
Peugeot 1892. Ref. 4

Peugeot 1892. Ref. 4
V2 cyl, 1026 cc, 2.5 HP. Painted after the car as Bey of Tunis bought.

Ford 1912. Ref. 4.
Ford 1912. Ref. 4.
4 cyl, 2900 cc, 20 HP. Also called for Runabout. Ref. 1

Peugeot 1912. Ref. 4.
Peugeot 1912. Ref. 4.
4 cyl, 900 cc, 6 hp. A finished concept that Peugeot purchased by Bugatti. Is very similar to Bugatti type 10. Ref. 1
Benz första bil med förbränningsmotor. Ref. 1
Each museum with self-esteem has a copy of the Benz's first "car" with the internal combution engine. Ref. 1

Carl Benz 1844-1929, earned his living by building gas engines. These were manufactured in Mannheim factory. Meanwhile he kept intensely on to realize the idea of the self-propelled wagon in Ladenburg. To this, gas engines could not be used. He designed for this purpose a small 4-stroke engine operated with petrol. It gave 0.75 HP at 400 rpm. and a volume of 954cc. The chassis of this wagon which Benz designed had only 3 wheels. He did not develop an sufficient adequate mechanism for control of the steering of the 4-Wheeler. With this motor "velociped" did Benz the first documented voyage. On 3 July 1886 in Mannheim. This date is generally considered to be the car's birth. All museums of the rank has a copy of the car. The original can be found at the Deutsche Museum in Münich. Many stories claiming that his wife Bertha took the car for a tour and it really would be the first trip. But that's not the case, but she did a drive 10 km to her mother in Pforzheim from Mannheim. The road has got her name today. See link first test tour.

Old timers before 1920.
Daimlers "sparkbil" från 1885. Ref. 1
This vehicle copy was designed by Wilhelm Maybach 1885 under the direction of Gottlieb Daimler. It is considered to be the first motorcycle. Got names that spark or ridbil. Ref. 1
Daimlers test motorcykel 1885. Ref. 1
They had a patent on a 0.5 HP motor 1885. For reasons of cost, it is first tested with this two-Wheeler. On november 10, 1885 was running a test on 3 km. Ref. 1
Columbia elektoauto. Ref. 1
American electric car, Columbia Elektroauto, rebuilt with 3 kw motor 1900, 1904, 1908. Owned by the Rockefeller family. Note the shock absorbers at the front. The engine got a voltage of 60 volts and used 50 amps which gave 3 kw. It had 2 forward gears and 1 reverse. Elekriciteten handed in 2-3 hours in the up dated the execution. Ref. 1
  Columbia Elektroauto stötdämpare. Ref. 1
 Framvagn till Columbia Elektroauto. Ref. 1
It was probably the first car that had built-in shock absorbers. The car's first owner was millionärs the Rockefeller family. Electrical system updated last time in 1908. Ref. 1
Mors Kettenwagen. Ref. 1
Emilie's car production started in Paris in 1898. After experiments with steam cars 1895 1898 came this car at 4 ps, 850 cc and 2 cyl. The car was driven by chain and renamed the Ketten  wagen. Bugatti was later merged with the Mors. Ref. 1
Grout Brothers. Ref. 1
The brothers Grout was behind the times when they built this 2 cylinder steam car 1899, but it gave the whole 8 HP. The car was in contrast to the gasoline engines could run whole 50 km/h and a maximum of 70. Ref. 1
Brasier Stadtcoupé. Ref. 1
Brasier Stadtcoupé 1908. France was in the early 1900 's the most successful car country. Henri Brasier was part owner of mother's but teamed up with Georges Richard 1902. He continued by car manufacturing, after Georges had pulled back, with the 11 hp 1700 cc 4-cylinder car, 1908. Ref. 1
Mrecedes Simplex. Ref. 1
Brasier Stadtcoupé 1908. France was in the early 1900 's the most successful car country. Henri Brasier was part owner of Mors but teamed up with Georges Richard 1902. He continued by car manufacturing, after Georges had pulled back, with the 11 hp 1700 cc 4-cylinder car, 1908. Ref. 1

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Visit to the Sinsheim Luxury vehicles. Mercedes Benz, Horch, Maybach, Bugatti and others.

Lycoming motor till Coord. Ref. 1
Lycoming engine in Coord 812/810.
Motor till Mercedes Benz 540K. Ref. 1
8 cyl motor for Horch 853. Picture from Sparreholm museum.


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Audi museum

Erdmann& Rossi

Volkswagen museet

Coord 812

Gordon M Buehrig


Mercedes museum

Schwarzer Prinz Video Ref.4

Video LaFrance Funkenblitz

Video 630K Ref.4

Video La France Speedster
Ref. 4

Video Ferrari
Ref. 4

Old Mother Gun
Ref. 1

Amilcar i Sweden
Ref. 1

Bugatti framvagn. Ref. 1
Bugatti front end. Typ 35. Ref. 1
Bugatti typ 35. Ref. 1
Bugatti typ 35C with compressor. Ref. 1
Mercedes-Benz Mannheim 370. Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz Mannheim 370 1933. Ref. 1
Opel 24/50 1912. Ref. 1
Opel 24/50 1912. Ref. 1
Maybach SW 38 1937. Ref. 1
Maybach SW 38 1937. Ref. 1
Maybach DSH 1934. Ref. 1
Maybach DSH 1934. Ref. 1
Bentley (3-4,5) 1924. Ref. 1
Bentley (3-4,5) 1924. Ref. 1

Other veteran cars. Photo 2000. Horch
Simplex LaFrance. Ref. 4
Simplex LaFrance. Ref. 4.
A new building of remainder parts at Sinsheim.

Mercedes 230. Ref. 4
Mercedes 230. Ref. 4
NSU. Ref. 4
NSU Ref. 4
American LaFrance. Ref. 4.
American LaFrance. Ref. 4.
Renault 1912. Ref. 4.
Renault 1912..    4 cyl, 2800 cc, 12 hk. Renault with it's typical backwards moved cooler. Ref. 4
Mercedes 28/95 1922. Ref. 4
Mercedes 28/95 1922. 6 cyl, 7300 cc, 90 hk. Såld till Indien 1923. kom tillbaka 1966. Ref. 4.
Audi E Typ 22/55 1913. Ref. 4
Audi E Typ 22/55 1913. 4 cyl, 5700 cc, 50 hk. Ref. 4.
FIAT 510 Spider 1919. Ref. 4
FIAT 510 Spider 1919. 6 cyl, 3500 cc, 45 hk. Ref. 4. Mercedes 630 K 1928. Ref. 4
Mercedes 630 K 1928. 6 cyl, 6200 cc, 100/160 hk. Konstruerad av Ferd. Porsche. Ref. 4.
Mercedes 630K 1924. Ref. 4
Mercedes 630K 1924.6 cyl, 6300 cc, 100/160 hk. Denna modell kallas för C och är en standard fabriks kaross. Mycket lik Mannheim. Ref. 4.
Mercedes 630 K 1928. Ref. 4
Mercedes 630 K 1928 6,3 liter 6 cyl. 110/160 hk.
Maybach Zeppelin 1930. Ref. 4
Maybach Zeppelin 1930. 12 cyl, 6100 cc, 150 hk. Ref. 4.
Maybach DSH 1934. Ref. 4
Maybach DSH 1934. Ref. 4. 6 cyl, 5100 cc, 130 hk.
  Maybach SW35. 1935. Ref. 4
Maybach SW35. 1935. Ref. 4. 6 cyl, 3500 cc, 135 hk.
Maybach SW38 1937. Ref. 4
Maybach SW38 1937. Ref. 4. 6 cyl, 3800 cc, 140 hk.
Maybach SW 38 1938. Ref. 4
Maybach SW38. 1937. 6 cyl, 3800 cc, 140 hk. Ref. 4.
Mercedes Benz G4 1938. Ref 1.
Mercedes Benz G4 1938. 8 cyl 5400 cc 110 HP. From the beginning, this was meant for senior military officers and their staff in the field. However, the Führer was used by several Central st. An example was given to Benito Mussolino, a to Franco after his victory in France. The drive took place on all four rear wheels with choice of road or terrain gear. This car was featured in Tjekoslovakien and built after the war about to fire truck. A Sinsheim enthusiast saw activated to rebuilt it to original. Ref 1.
Mercedes Benz Special Roadster. Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz Special Roadster 1936. Ref. 1

1938 Mercedes Benz 540K Special Roadster.
This Mercedes is a model that is worthy in principle how much any time. Only 25 ex was built of which about five are left. However, we know that different models were sold with this body type. Man made body with straight doors, spare wheel in various places, hard top, fixed head coupe, and the "Maharaja" performance so uncertain is whether the 25 as indicated at Mercedes Museum specifies this particular body type or not. Model existed from 1936. Sure is, in any case, the example that can be found on the Mercedes Museum and at Sinsheim Museum is out of the top 25. A model with straight doors available on the former. RossoBianco-museum. En "maharadja" modell finns på Bugatti museum in Mohlsheim.

I have also seen at Ålholms Museum in Denmark. But the Museum will be closed and all cars sold. Another imposing site with nice pictures of  "Mighty Mercedes" är C.F.Mirbach Historical Cars.
Tailgate could be folded up for another 2 sites.

The engine was at 5400 cc and 8 cyl. and gave 115 HP without compressor and 180 with its maximum speed was 170 km/h, but in principle you could get an engine with up to 250 hp, only one paid. Until 1938 it was supplied with 4 switches with 5. See below. Uncertain whether someone with 5-speed transmission he sold before the war.
Notes on the accounts. According to the book the Mighty Mercedes, it was only the first copies that were equipped with concave doors. The model was provided later with straight doors and side Windows.

Mercedes Benz 1939. Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz 540 K B-Cab 1939. The model is similar to Porsche's design by Bergmaster from his time at Lohner. Ref. 1

Mercedes Benz 540 K B Cab. 1939.
Gosh. Say what you like about each other more or less successful luxury cars. Nothing beats Mercedes 540 K B-Cab. A real Show Stopper. Straight 8 cyl. motor, 5400 cc with manual compressor(accelerator).
Compressor that only allowed to be plugged in a few minutes. 120/180 HP 5.4 liter, straight 8 cyl., 5 gear. You could even get hard top option. More about MB in its own museum. Price-priceless. See Bianco Rosso MB 540K.

Bugatti Royale typ 41. Ref. 4
Copy the Bugatti Royale type 41 1932. Built for a film set in England. It has no original motor, but fitted with a Chevrolet V8. Ref. 1

Bugatti Royale Typ 41 1932/33.
8 cyl, 12700 cc, 300 HP. This specimen is not one of  the 6 Royale produced, without an authorized replica, built for a French film production. This is the same as if it is deemed to be an original. The engine was basically from, 1923, a Zeppelin engine, commissioned by the French State. This engine used the Bugatti later to their fast train (Sommer Museum in Elsinore has such an engine).
When only 3 copies of 6 sold, hthe Bugattis were hidden, 2 copies, behind a wall before WWII. These were taken out during the 50 's. Much is written about these cars. Notably, the first copy, sold to textile factory owner Esders not would have headlamps launchers. See also the Bugatti Museum.
When you are browsing on different Royale 41 Web pages, you will soon find that different authors have different accounts of its history.

Luxury vehicles Maybach, Horch, Bugatti och andra.

Maybach SW 35, Ref. 1
Maybach SW 35. 1935 140 HP 3.435 liter 6 cyl. Maybach started getting buying resistance and launched this cheaper cars with smaller engines. Ref. 1
Maybach SW 38. Ref. 1
Maybach SW 38. 1939 140 HP 3.790 liter 6 cyl. A variation on the previous with a glass box between the front and rear seats. In addition, the roof rolled by. Ref. 1

Maybach Zeppelin. Ref. 1
Maybach Zeppelin DS 7, 1930. 150 HP 7 liter V12. Built between 1930-34. Best gaveit 200 ps and 145 km/h. All bodywork was built by Erdmann & Rossi. It was saved by a collector that cost to provide it with this body. Ref. 1
Maybac W5 SG 1928. Ref. 1
Maybach W5 SG 1928. 120 HP, 7 l 6 cyl. This 3 ton car is the oldest Maybach which is still executable. The large engine lapped only 1800 rpm and had only one gear + Overdrive (speed gear SG). However, a reduction gear for driving in the Alps. Ref. 1
Horch 253. Ref. 1
Horch 853 1935. With the 4.9 l engine, straight 8 cyl., 120 HP, 3600 rpm, 135 km/h cost this impressive kabriolet 15250 RM (Reichsmark) 1935. A huge sum at that time. As always, you could get the second engine option 6 cyl. or V12. Model existed until 1939 the factory's directory. Paul Daimler (son of Gottlieb) was technical director, then we took out those, who today can be characterized as "locomotives". The model, however, was cheaper than other comparable cars. Ref. 1
Cord 812 kompressor. Ref. 1
Cord 812 supercharged 1937. 170 HP Lycoming 4.9 liter engine 8 cyl. Gordon Buerig held during many years Dusenberg with money in order to survive. His dream was to produce a very modern car. It became Coord with front-wheel drive, Lycoming V8 engine and compressor. An electrical förväljar box, which was mounted in front of engine. Unfortunately the car had a variety of problems and production was not started so that buyers betrayal and the model was discontinued after some time. A complete car available in Sweden. Picture 1, 2,, 3,, 4, Ref. 1
Opel 25/55 1914. Ref. 1
Opel 25/55 1914 62.5 hp 6.25 liter 4 cyl. This car was used during WWI for transport of generals and other notables. Over Scotland came on to Sinsheim. Read about Opel in the link. 25/55 shows the number of tax horses that car's 55 was charged with tax. Ref. 1
Laurin & Klement Doppelphateon 1916. Ref. 1
Laurin & Klement Doppelphateon 1916. 50 HP 4.712 liter 4 cyl. The firm with the same name existed between 1913 and 1930. Started in 1912 a car factory in Austria. However, it went bankrupt in 1918, and was taken over by Skoda 1925. Ref. 1.
Maybac Zeppelin DS 8 1938. Ref. 1
Maybach Zeppelin DS 8 1938. 200 HP 7.973 liter V12 cyl. Maybachs top model was the Zeppelin with 8 liter engine that came first time in 1934. It replaced the W5 to 7 liter engine which had not a gearbox. See the previous picture. Now came a 5 speed electric preselector box designed by Maybach. The demand of this expensive car made only 25 were made. Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz 710 SS 1930. Ref. 1
MB 710 SS 1930. 180/250 HP 7.020 liter 6 cyl. 1928 came the first time. The engine was cast in aluminium making it fast sport touring car. The first owner was the ceo of the Paris Daily Mail. After an owner in the United States came back to Europe and is now located in Sinsheim. Ref. 1
Amilcar CC 1922. Ref. 1
Amilcar CC, 1922, 30 HP 903 cc with 4 cyl. Amilcar was a very popular car there was to get between 1921 and 1940. With the owner could have success in local competitions around Paris. It had its heyday in the mid-20th century. The name Amilcar came from the owners of the firm of Amilcar. Joseph Lamy and Emil Akar. The idea from the beginning was to produce a car 1921, which fit into the tax system. 1939 Hotchkiss then took over and gave out a developed Amilcar-Hotchkiss with bodywork from Adler. Its name became Compound. Costs rose now, and a poor sales meant that the last cars had engines from Delahaye. Then came the war. Ref. 1
Bugatti tp 37 1926. Ref. 1
Bugatti Type 37 1926, 100 HP, 1496 cc, 4 cyl. To be able to sell a less expensive car Bugatti took the 8th grade and contracted by 2 cyl and vips had to Type 37, but basically the same car as 30. But perhaps became the little wimpy for many winners ' skulls, 1930 developed to Type 35 by adding a compressor which gave the car the 125 HP. Bugatti's cars was never övertrimmade and held in most cases all competitions, as they might sometimes poor owners, estimated. Ref. 1
Bugatti Typ 30. Ref. 1
Bugatti Type 30, 1926 75 BHP 1991 cc and 8 cyl. Also called Blac Bess. The first 8 cylinder engines came in 1922. No one had anything like this in class. The cars were extremely successful and won almost everything. Alfa Romeo and the other Italians came long after. In addition, it had the advantage that it was the private driver who bought model which made Bugatti had no factory drivers which let good times for development. All were equal.
Ref. 1
Bugatti Typ 57. Ref. 1
Bugatti Type 57. 1938, 135 HP, 3257 cc and 8 cyl. The cars was to their uses during the last part of the 1930 's. Likewise, the Bugatti that came with the basic model 57, which was equally useful at the time that race car and after a tour in Bolognerskogen. It was with some simple changes to a stylish touring car. The style of this type was developed by Jean, who at that time did not have that long left to live when the test run with a Bugatti Tank ended up with a severe crash. Ref. 1
Jaguar D-Type 1954. Ref. 1
Jaguar D-Type. 1954 253 HP 3400 cc 6 cyl. The car that won Le Mans 3 times in a row. Thanks to its by Girling developed disc brakes, which were used for the first time by a Jaguar C-Type. Stirlig Moss who was driving the car at 270 km/h. But in 1957 it was worn on the race tracks of the Jaguar. The factory was destroyed by fire and storm to a large extent, and it was decided to retire from the races. 1962 came the E-type, which was a development of the D-car.
Ref. 1
Mercedes 630 1928. Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz 630 1928 100/140 hk 6240 cc 6 cyl.
This car was equipped with a specialkarosseri order to easily be able to be done if for official duties with separate drivers, with box to the passengers. In addition, the owner could run fully open when needed during a private tour. The bodywork has a converted bodywork which is made in England.
Ref. 1
<mercedes Benz 370 1933. Ref. 1
Mercedes-Benz 400 k 1924 70/100 HP 3920 cc 6 cyl.
These cars like Porsche was behind was both a good race car and also with the right equipment, an exciting touring car for the rich genus in Europe during the interwar period. Even the high-standard in the Kingdom, as Hindenburg was able to used them as official car. What we liked was that the compressor could manually connected and thus obtain noticeable more power out of the engine. Who do not have gas from other cars with a smile.
Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz 400 K. Ref. 1
Mercedes-Benz 28/95. 1922, 95 HP 6 cyl. Only a few buyers for these types of cars built their own bodies. Mercedes offered a number of different bodies directly from the factory in Sindelfingen. Mercedes was for many years a leading designer. For example, the V-shaped radiator. This car was sold to the brother of the Maharajah of India were shipped in the Hydeabad 1923. He had also bought a Rolls Royce Silver Ghost. The cars were bought back to his native Germany, 1966 ch was sold to a German collector.
Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz 400K  1927. Ref. 1
Mercedes-Benz 400 K. 1927 70/100 HP and 3920 cc.
This model was constructed by Ferd. Porsche has taken over the role as Chief Engineer from Paul Daimler 1924. After the merger, 1926 with Benz was the car's designation to 400 K.
Ref. 1
Mercedes Benz SSK. Ref. 1
Mercedez-Benz SSK.
1929 225/300 hk, 7.065 litre, 6 cyl. Ferd. Porsche came from Austria, where he developed a drive wheel, which was an electric motor. He replaced now Paul Daimler of Mercedes and developed this type of car which was fitted with a supercharger. It became very popular among all the rich sons during the interwar period. It is, of course, to factory car won numerous Grand Prix competitions, particularly with names like von Brauschitsh, Hans Stuck and others.
Ref 1
Bentley 1927. Ref. 1
Bentley "Old Mother Gun '.
1927, 340 HP, 6 cyl. 4500-8000 cc volume. Between the years 1919 and 1931 produced the entire 3024 Bentley cars. The above became the most famous of the serial No. ST3001. At the time, won LeMans five times and it was the English brothers with nicknam "Bentley Boys". # 1 of them was Woolf Barnato. 1928 won LeMans in other brother Bernhard Rubin. 1934 got a 6500 cc engine and won Le mans for the 5th time. 1937 could still run around Brooklandsbanan with an average speed of 217 mph. How it ended up at Sinsheim Museum tells the history.
Ref. 1
Mercedes Black Prince. Ref. 1
1928 Mercedes SS "Schwarzer Prinz"
Originally this was an S-type was delivered to Czechoslovakia. 1934 the car was modernized. It was very common to updated precious models. In addition to a 7100 cc 6 cylinder SS engine with compressor at 170/225 HP got a very nice roadster bodywork. The work was done by a reputable body company in Prague. Firma Ulec. The long front is especially eye-catching and even that long bonnet. Neither monitors or bonnet was surpassed by any Mercedes when this was made. Compare Mercedes 540 k Special Roadster which did not come until 1936. Even today, "Schwarzer Prinz" well over 200 km/h, see link.
Ref. 4
A small description of Mercedes Benz bet ekningar S, SS, SSK and SSKL.
Mercedes had during the war often used compressors for aircraft engines to get power at higher altitudes. Paul Daimler 1919 came out with a model Mercedes 10/30 Knight. When Ferd. Porsche replaced the Daimler 1923 förtsatte he on this concept. A model got the supplement S for sport. The car was used by the owners mostly as racing cars and even on the highway. They were now the SS model that was both but more snug for the road. Had to run to the track.

A more developed race car came to be known as SSK, which stood for Super Sport Kurz.
Another perhaps more for factory drivers would get a better car became SSKL, which then meant Super Sport Kurz Licht (light).
The prices were very high and the production was limited for S 146, 111 SS, 29 SSK and 4 SSKL.

Note that Mercedes namet existed until 1926, when Benz was merged with Daimler and became Mercedes-Benz. The cause of the merging was due to Carl Benz retreated and died since 1929.
Mercedes 770 conv 1938. Ref. 1
Mercedes 770 1938 conv.
By series 770 were built only 205 units between 1930-1943. Prices ranged up to 38000 Reichsmark. What it showed the car cost well know no when it was commissioned by the Reich Chancellery and was used in parades. Additional equipment was a mine sicher floor, armoured doors and bullet-proof windscreen and side Windows. However, one can see on the photos from parades to the boxes were never released.
User was Paul von Hindenburg, Adolf Hitler, Japan's Emperor and two Popes Pius XI and Pius XII. Hitler also donated one to the field marshal of Finland Carl Robert Mannerheim. It was then sold to buyers in the United States.
The engine was a 7.7 liter straight eight with compressor of course, which gave 230 HP. With the car's weight 4.5 tonnes was good for 140 km/h. Speed, however, was limited to 80 km/h due to the tires. Yet another was delivered in 1943, which was used by Himmler.
Ref. 1

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These were placed in slightly different places and difficult to photograph. It was not far enough from which to get the entire locomotive. I had to take the pictures I took at mit 2000 visit. It looks good. In addition, it had sat for €1 machines to see the wheels move. the wheels were protected with a plastic disc. Difficult to photograph but this is what it looks like.

Drivning på ett godståg. Ref. 1
Drive axles for a cargo train. Ref. 1
Snälltågsloket har stora hjul. Ref. 1
Fast train laaaaarge diameter wheel. Ref. 1
Samma lok annan vinkel. Ref. 1
The same locomotive. Ref. 1
Jag fick inte med trots att jag in mellan bilarna. Ref. 1
I didn't get the whole even though I walked in between the cars. Ref. 1
På andra sidan lokalen. Ref. 1
From the other side of the hall. Ref. 1
Kraus-Maffei:s snälltågslok, som slog rakord i hastighet. Ref. 1
Kraus-Maffei fast train. Ref. 1
Närbild av drivaggregat Kraus Maffei. Ref. 1
Closed up picture of above wheels. Ref. 1
Krupp. Ref. 1
Krupp. Ref. 1

I moaned a little at the others in the company that they had not looked properly at all locomotives. But I went on the pump.
Another interesting thing is the steam velocity. Its movement into and out of the working cylinder may not be how fast any time without have a maximum value. The steam pressure is important. Hence the wheel diameter is important for maximum speed of the locomotive. The larger the driving wheels, thefaster is the speed. But at the same time, you lose power. It was thought they would check on me without more closely.
Krieglocomotiv. Ref. 1
Kriegslocomotive.  Crankshaft belongs not to the locomotive.Ref. 1

Jung Kriegslocomotive
This locomotive is a BR 52 locomotive. Basically it is a converted BR 42. It was 1940-41 to standardize a locomotive strippades on all unnecessary and was standardized as far as possible. The result was this 1'E-4h2. It was primarily devoted to the eastern front where both long, many and heavy (tanks) transport was needed. These locomotives were built, among others, of Jung in Jungenthal, a firm that was founded in 1885. This company lived until 1993 when it voluntarily by the owners was closed. One of the few that never went bankrupt.
The locomotive was built in 6285 copies and they had  1620 ps, 80 km/h and 16 kp/cm ². Camouflage painting maybe did a little advantage, but the smoke from the chimney revealed all. Note the small driving wheels that reveal that it was a locomotive pulling heavy loads. To be train drivers during a wintry ride on the eastern front with -30º to-40 º was probably not the very best. With + 50 º on the chest and on the back-40 º survivel is not long. Many locomotives remained in the East zone and got to do the job well into the 60 's. In German it was called officially Güterzug locomotives 52. Several copies were left in Russia, Poland and Norway after war end. Total built by freight locomotives until 1948 9710 locomotives of wartime transport type.

Locomotive photoes 2000
Henschel Ref. 1
A locomotive belonging to the BR 44 with a wheel designation 1'E- h3. Now I'm stumped, but the h3 is meant to tender has a double and a double bogey. This BR was created in 1926 and 1939, this locomotive is made with 2500 HP, 80 km/h and 16 kp/cm ² and was built in 2000 as the Henschel was a very large company in Germany until 1976, when it began to be eaten up by around landscape companies Thyssen , BBC, Mannheim and finally disappeared when the name company Henschel went up in Daimler Benz,
ABB, Adtranz and Bombardier Transportation. The 20th company names, that are already 1810 till the 20th century, and until the end of the war was one of the largest enterprises of heavy and other industry away.
It appeared in Kassel, which name their construction of the boiler. They also built personal and trucks and was closely allied with Hanomag. Before and during WWII, a number of aircraft and also towards the end had it far past the prototypes for the new engine, the jet engine. None of their plan, however, came to series production, but it became under the provider.
Most important, however, was the manufacture of locomotives. For this was the factory towards the end broken bombed 1945 manufacture and was not possible. It was not started again until 1948 when the production rate started to increase. But now it was new times and steam locomotives began to be phased out. A new knowledge, the diesel engine and electric motor required cooperation with other companies that had Trump on hand and steam last year can be counted be 1955.
 BMAG Berliner Maschiner AG
BMAG Berliner Maschiner AG Ref. 1
Locomotive for carago transportsfrom 1940,
developed 2000 ps and a maximum speed of 80 km/h. Overpressure 16 kp/cm ². Length was all of 23 m, and was manufactured in 3164 as after the war there were left in Germany in 2159. It belonged to a baureihe grown called for 50. A locomotive rolled on average almost 2 million km, after the war, most were built to be fired with oil. Time for a little locomotive knowledge. A locomotive was identified with what one called for BR (baureihe grown), which identified the number of wheels-axles. For example, this locomotive had the designation 1'E- h2. This means 1: an = 1 pair of front wheels, E stands for 5-th letter that is 5 pairs of driving wheels, no carrying wheels under the cab and h= hot dampf, 2 = 2 cylinders. Easy huh! But it is not always granted. Link. 
Bergslokomotiv  Schweiz 1921
Mountain locomotives Switzerland 1921. Ref. 1
Built in 1921, BR CE 6/8 II, 1650 kw, Max speed 65 km/h, weight 128 tonnes. To cope with the sharp curves of the iron roads built this locomotive in 2 parts in order to be able to swing the easier. Locomotive design was very successful and the locomotive was given the name "Crocodile". Ref. 1
Krupp Ref. 1
Locomotives for freight from 1939 that developed 2200 HP and a maximum speed of 90 km/h. Length was all of 23 m. was made in 366 as and after the war were built 40 if with new boiler, to be fired with oil instead of coal.
These new was also fully welded, while the former was riveted. It belonged to a baureihe grown called for 41. Boilern had a pressure of 16 kp/cm ² which long was a standard. This with the over pressure came not until the mid-50 's. This locomotive was 41, 1936 with a new type of pressure chamber design which was very successful. This locomotive was equipped for 1'D1- h2 . Now look at the preceding text and you will find that there have been a number 1 after D. This signifies that a pair of carrying wheels were placed under the cab. Firm Krupp was created in 1811 and was taken over by his son, 1826. 1852 got Krupp patent on sleepless Loco wheels which gave them an edge to other manufacturers. In addition, they had a patent on the shrunken treads on the wheels. During the prewar period to WWII shared Krupp, Henschel and other locomotive manufacturers up the market between themselves. A cartel mao. 1997 came the last locomotive from the firm.
J.A. Maffei Snälltågslokomotiv  
J.A. Maffei Snälltågslokomotiv Ref. 1
Locomotive produced already 1919 with baureihe 2'C1- h4v. Effect of 2700 HP 16 kp/cm ² and maximum speed. 200 km/h was the fastest locomotive in Europe at the time. It had driving wheels with 2.1 m diameter and walked into traffic to 1933. J.a. Maffei of Munich was founded in 1866 and was formed in 1931 Aktiebolaget J.A. Maffei. It expanded the firm in several locations before 1940, when the name was changed to Krauss-Maffei. This lasted until 1999 merged with Siemens to form Siemens Krauss-Maffei Locomotives GmBH. When I worked with the shape tools, I noted that form the plastmachinesoften came from Krauss-Maffei.
Bergslokomotiv Österrike 1922  Bergslokomotiv Österrike 1922. Ref. 1
Built in 1922, BR E980, 1900 kw, max speed. 70 km/h, weight 110 tonnes. The design is the same as the Swiss locomotive. Everyone who worked on the railways know that the problem of locomotives on curves is to mitthjulet, depending on the radius of the curve can be 10-20 cm offside. This requires good designs in stock for handrails, etc. That is why all locomotives today, for the most part, consists of two bogies to minimize these difficulties. 

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Sun MC på svenskt museum


Video Indian Ref. 4
Monowheel 1900. Ref. 1
Monowheel 1900. Ref. 1

Enhjuling 1910. 150 cc, DeDion engine.
The first thing a secret, which probably was built, comes from Paris. The entire vehicle and drive-ability is demonstratedon the markets at Sinsheims parking area.
It was Erich Edison-Puton who built the first around 1900.
Slightly more interest from the motor interested uspstod but not the Parisians. Balance and torque was too difficult things to master
Ferdinand Schlenker of Sexau renovated a bike to running order and will occasionally at major events for the Museum to demonstrate with a run.

Motorcycles photoed 2018
Laurin & Klement 1903. Ref. 1
Laurin & Klement 1903.
No known data. In Czechoslovakia started a bookseller Vaclav Laurin and Vaclav Klement, a locksmith who was part owner, manufacture of vehicles. This production was located in Bohemia, where Kraus & Laurin in Turnau were engaged for repair. But the management of the company passed to Klement. He had been at loggerheads with the German manufacturer in Dresden which are not noted the complaint on to the motorcycle which one sounded manufacture had bad kvarade the Czech language. 1899, produced the first mc 1902, 2000 had been manufactured. 1905 began car production. A car found at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. Compare Blomster 1902 a Swedish motorcycle.
  Sun Vitesse. Ref. 1
Sun Vitesse was an English mc from about 1920 with 250 cc two-stroke engine. The firm existed between 1911 and 1961. The owner was the family Parks, which later was included in Relaigh group. Sun made pedal bicycles and accessories before starting with MC, who started with a 346 cc of Villers manufacture. After 1918 there were two models, 247 cc and 269 cc with slide-fed two stroke, but also Villers 147 cc to 247 cc. Many English manufacturers bought accessories where it was cheapest and among Sun chose to Villers, JAP and Blackburn. Production came to a halt in the second half of the 1930 's. After the war resumed with tillverkningn Villers 2-stroke. It offered even a scooter named Sunwasp. Sun in Sweden see link. MC Monarch had a modelname  Vitesse.
Mabeco 750 1926. Ref 1
Mabeco. Founder Max Bernhardt, who had good contacts with Siemens &amp; Halske managed to get them to produce a copy of Indian Scout with a 750 cc engine. Production took place in Protos factories. Parts like frame, fork and less manufactured in Bernhardts premises in Berlin. Siemens stood for the engine. The first bicycles came in 1922. Bike sold poorly, and despite the fact that Siemens took over in 1924 and made big changes failed to persuade the market. When even painted it in Indians red colour accused Indian them for copying, and the company was wound up. After a name change came new models with up to 1000 cc and a collaboration with Garelli. Mabeco was discontinued in 1927. See also below.
Indian four 1940. Ref 1
Indian Four 1940.
35 ps 1265 cc 4 cyl. For a native American owners, it was less funny/important to keep track of contracts and other types of paper than endurance. The important thing was to be sustained in the daily work. This was Indians hallmark and got a high renome of its customers for the motorcycle.
But ... the 4 cylinder model had to undergo major changes and appearance approached the car in the lot. Heavy-duty tires and large screens in addition to a 4 cylinder engine. Selection of options was sold to enthuse the funds the old owners. See also below, and a video.
Harley Davidsson WLA. Ref. 1
Harley Davidsson 1942 with sid valves, 27 HP and 743 cc. This model was built until 1951, when it was replaced by the K-series. WLA model was famous across the world when the American army had used it to good effect.

MC:sacc Ref. 4 from 2000

Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Ardie 1928. Ref 4 1 cyl Jap motor, 484 cc 9.5 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Ardie 1928. Ref 4 Jap V2 cyl, 750 cc, 18.2 ps
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
BMW R 1923. Ref 4 2 cyl boxer, 486 cc, 8.5 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
BMW R1927. Ref 4 2 cyl boxer, 494 cc, 18 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
BMW R1928. Ref 4 2 cyl boxer, 745 cc, 18 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
BMW R1955. Ref 4 2 cyl boxer, 594 cc, 28 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Brough 1936. Ref 4 2 cyl, 39 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
 Zündapp 1927. Ref 4
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Harley Davidsson. Ref 4 1931 V2 cyl, 1200 cc, 24 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Horex S35. Ref 4 1936. 1 cyl, 345 cc, 12.5 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Indian 1941. Ref 4 4 cyl, 1265 cc, 40 ps. Type 442.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Indian 1942. Ref 4 4 cyl, 1265 cc, 30 ps. Type 442.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Indian 1917. Ref 4 V2 cyl, 1000 cc, 25 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Indian Scout. Ref 4 1928. V2 cyl, 600 cc, 10 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Zündapp K800. Ref 4 1938. 4 cyl boxer, 800, 22 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Harley Davidsson. Ref 4 Rebuilt 1993. Frame -56, vxlåda -73, motor -85.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Mabeco 1920. Ref 4 German MC which was a copy of Indian Scout 750 cc, 12 ps. See above
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Norton Manx. Ref 4 1961. 1 cyl, 500 cc, 50 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Norton ES2. Ref 4 1927. 1 cyl, 490 cc, 22 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
NSU 1926. Ref 4 V2 cyl, 493 cc, 12 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
NSU 201ZD. Ref 4 1935. 1 cyl, 198 cc, 6.5 ps
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
  NSU 300TS. Ref 4 1931. 1 cyl, 298 cc, 7 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
  NSU OSL. Ref 4 Super Maxi. 1 cyl, 248 cc, 17 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
  Horex Regina. Ref 4 1954. 1 cyl, 350 cc, 20 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
  Standard Sport. Ref 4 1930. 1 cyl, 498 cc, pshk.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
  Standard CS. Ref 4 1930. 1 cyl, 493 cc, 12 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
   Wanderer G200. Ref 4 1928. 1 cyl horisontal, 4 valve, 194 cc, 4.5 ps.
Sinsheim mc. Ref. 1
Vincent. Ref 4 V2 cyl, 1000 cc, 45 ps. Type Rapide C.  


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Amerikan cars. Photo 2000

Duesenberg J 1928. Ref. 4
Duesenberg J 1928.
8 cyl, 6900 cc, 265 ps, DOHC, 4 valve. The most expensive car. 1932 came a compressor-fed model type SJ. Ref. 4
Duesenberg 427 1931. Ref. 4

437 1931 Duesenberg. 8 cyl, 6900 cc, 265 HP. See England in the Haynes museum and corresponding Cadillac. Ref. 4
Packard 1929. Ref. 4
Packard 1929. 8 cyl, 5300 cc. Ref. 4
Packard 1941. Ref. 4
Packard 1941. 8 cyl, 5300 cc. Det var en sådan här kaross som Bugatti använde på sin första Royale bil. Dock från en 1929 års modell, men ganska liknande. Ref. 4

Amerikan cars acc. Ref. 4 from 2000

Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Buick 1947. Ref. 4.
ROADMASTER. Straight 8 cyl Fireball top valve engine, 5230 cc, 144 HP. ALT. model Super 4230 cc, 110ps. "When better cars can be built, Buick build them".
 Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Chevrolet 1954. Ref. 1.
Corvette. V8 cyl, 3700 cc, 180 ps, ant. produced. 3640. The second version of the Corvette with a fiberglass body.
 Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Chevrolet 1956. Ref.4.
Corvette. V8 cyl, 4300 cc, 250 ps ant. growth. 3467. GM eventually realized that a sports car should have some power under the hood.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Chevrolet 1969. Ref. 4.
Stingray Corvette. V8 cyl, 6500 cc, ant. growth. 17380. Now the Corvette something top with powerful engine and individual rear suspension.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Chevrolet 1958. Ref. 4.
Impala. V8 cyl, 283 ci, 185-280 ps. Impala sales record of over 1 million as between 1958-65. An Everyman's Chevy which could also be available with a 6 cyl engine 145 HP.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Cadillac 1954. Ref. 1.
Fleetwood. V8 cy, 331 ci, 230 ps. Number produced 16200. A 4-door Executive car, but also for the large family.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Cadillac 1955. Ref. 4.
Fleetwood. V8 cyl, 5400 cc, 250 ps, total number of manufactured 114629. All Cads had automatic transmission. Tank lid was hidden behind the left tail light.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Cadillac 1956. Ref. 4.
Eldorado Biarritz. V8 cyl, 5200 cc, 335 ps ant growth. 904. Cadillacs response to Lincoln, likewise an economic disaster.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Cadillac 1958. Ref. 4.
deville. V8 cyl, 5700 cc, 300 ps, the number of manufactured 10810. The most sought after model after 59: an.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Cadillac 1959. Ref. 4
Eldorado Biarritz. V8 cyl, 6400 cc, 345 HP, number 1320 manufactured. The top model, the most expensive of Caddilac 59.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Cadillac 1962. Ref. 4.
Deville. V8 cyl. 390 ci, 325 ps, manufactured a total of 71883. The car with the twin fins came the first year, 1961. The lower fin is always injured.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Cadillac 1973. Ref. 4.
Calais. V8 cyl, 7700 cc, 210 HP, manufactured a total of 8300. If you bought a 1975 Cadillac accessories cost extra. Cruise control $100.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Oldsmobile 1952. Ref. 4.
Rocket Ninety Eight. V8 cyl, 5000 cc, 160 ps, the number of manufactured 3544. The car that dropped into the engine to my HotRod 1959. See my vehicle.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Ford 1956. Ref. 4.
Fairline. V8 cyl, 273 ci, 172 HP, total number of manufactured Fairline 644306. A popular model that was available in 4 basic models, Mainline, Customline, Fairline, Station Wagon.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Ford 1958. Ref. 4.
Thunderbird. V8 cyl, 3500 cc, 300 HP, the number of manufactured 2134. Ford fought against GM with their body.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Ford 1958. Ref. 4.
Skyline. V8 cyl, 4100 cc, 202 ps number manufactured 58147. Ford's car sold in many ex and for America just the right number of HP.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Ford 1956. Ref. 4.
Thunderbird. V8 cyl, 4800-5100 cc, 225 HP, manufactured model 15631 1956. Classic Birds is from 1955-57.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Ford 1964. Ref. 4.
Galaxie 500 Police car. V8 cyl, 325 4800 cc, ps, 84332 manufactured. This car became famous for its motor. Police-engine.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Plymouth 1959. Ref. 4.
Mp2 Fury. V8, 230 ps 5100 cc, manufactured 275000. Chrysler's response to Cadillacs fins. This also had the torisions suspension and often went as a taxi.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Lincoln 1956. Ref. 4.
Continental MkII. V8 cyl, 6000 cc, 304 ps, manufactured 1150. Ford's attempt to beat out Cadillac ended in financial disaster.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Chrysler 1961. Ref. 4.
300A. V8 cyl 6800 cc, 450 ps, made 337. Chrysler was with his hemi-engine the engine the strongest car, but also the heaviest.
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Chrysler 1954. Ref. 1.
Newyorker. V8 cyl, 5500 cc, 235 tillverkde 724..
Sinshiem museum USA bilar. Ref. 1
Pontiac 1957. Ref. 4.
The Star Chief Custom Catalina. V8 cyl, 5100 cc, 250 HP, manufactured 250000. A car for the people.Additionally with a rocket on the side.

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Sportcars and  tractors

Sportcars and tractors acc. Ref. 4 from 2000

Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Aston Martin DB5 1963/64. Ref. 4.
6 cyl, 3955 cc, 282 ps. This Aston Martin is not a race car but a luxury tourer sport. Best known is the DB5 of their Bond image. Everyone remembers well the Goldfinger when he ran in the race outside the Principality of Monaco for a Ferrari 355. Normally not a DB5 a chance against such a car. But now it was video. This car was long on the Boca Airport Florida in a hangar before someone stole it 1997. God Bless this DB5.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Lamborghini Miura P400S 1970. Ref. 4.
V12 cylinder, 3900 cc, 370 ps. The car was built only to be able to go fast. Heating, ventilation, air conditioning, soundproofing and luggage room had ignored. All this as a buyer of this car type really wants. Nevertheless, it was well received.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Lamborghini Countach LP500S 1986. Ref. 4.
V12 cylinder, 4 valve, 5000 cc, 400 ps. Lamborghini Countach project began in 1969. This model would replace Miura as people began to get used to. Countach was delivered with several different engine options. Would you like to read about how Lamborgini came to visit
Lambourghini story

Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Lamborghni Diablo 1991. Ref. 4
V12 cylinder, 5700 cc, 492 ps. A four wheel drive Diablo is the model which came after Countach. See picture above.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Lotus Elan 1996. Ref. 4
4 cyl, 1700 cc 115 ps. 1962-73. Elan was an attempt by Lotus to build a car that was cheaper to produce and therefore more profitable, than previous models. Designer was Ron Hickman. The backbone of the chassis was a central frame in steel, while the bodywork was made of fiberglass. From the beginning, the model was open, but it was supplemented with a 1965 Coupé model. The engine that came from the Ford Cortina/Anglia 1500, was rebuilt with twin overhead camshafts by Harry Mundy. With sufficient strength, agility and beauty was ELAN. The cheaper model had 1.7 liter engine and the more expensive, as it competed with was fitted with Twin Cam 1600, 160 HP. Total produced 12224 ex.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Jaguar E-Type. Ref. 4
6 cyl, 3781 cc 240-280 ps. The successor of the XK series, came in 1951, called officially for the XK-e. This came in 1961 and immediately became a success for Jaguar. Many models came over the years. You could also get it with the V12 engine at 5700 cc.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Ferrari 250 GT 1953. Ref. 4
V12 cylinder, single cam, 3000 cc, 250 ps. This car is actually Swedish owner, but as they say parked in Sinsheim. Only 40 copies were built. The real Ferrari 250 GTO was built in 39 specimens. In the early 60 's I was competing against such at Falkenberg's course in a Lotus 15, see my vehicle. I was of course left, of course, but hey!
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Ferrari 250 GTO 1962/64. Ref. 4
V12 cylinder, 3000 cc, 290 ps. The racing version of the 250GT. This model was built 39 as most remaining of the 250 GT is converted to the more coveted GTO model.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Ferrari 512 Testa Rossa. Ref. 1
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Fewrrari Testa Rossa 1988. Ref. 4
V12 cyl, 4900 cc, 290 hk. A later model than above.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Ferrari F40 1991. Ref. 4
8 cyl, 2900 cc, 478 HP. A competitive model that was popular in the 90 's. A Swedish drivers Anders Olofsson took part in the European League with a. But he broke almost every race because of engine failure.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Maserati Bora. Ref. 4
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Mercedes Benz ca 1955. Ref. 4.
6 cyl. 3000 cc, 215 ps. The car, which was nicknamed the "Gull-Wing". This beat the host by surprise and was a street car developed 300SLR. 1400 copies sold. Look at my photo from Mercedes.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Lanz 1928. Ref. 4
1 cyl, 6200 cc, 12 ps. Lanz is a German tractor and cherished of course because of Sinsheim. It has a nice collection of which I show some. This was one of the first and was able to run on all kinds of fuels. It had neither any gearbox so speed became then 5.5 km/h.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Lanz Bulldog 1929. Ref. 4.
1 cyl, 10300 cc, 30 ps.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Lanz 1934. Ref. 4
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Lanz 7506 1939. Ref. 4.
1 cyl, 4800 cc, 25 ps.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Lanz 1940. Ref. 4.
1 cyl, 10300 cc, 45 ps. "Verkehrsbulldog".
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Lanz Eilbulldog 1940. Ref. 1.
1 cyl, 10300 cc, 55 ps.
 Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
Lanz Eilbulldog 1944. Ref. 1.
1 cyl, 10300 cc, 55 ps. An exclusive tractor to be compared with today's (2005) 4-wheel-drive vehicle, of the farmer with self-esteem. Of course completely useless in the field as well as today's swagger-eights. It was able to reach 60-70 km/h and was equipped with the tidens modernity. However, the engine must be preheated with a blowtorch before starting. This copy came from East Germany to Sinsheim in scrap ready state.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Mercedes MuliDe 1940. Ref. 4.
1 cyl, 4200 cc, 26 ps
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Fordson 1925. Ref. 4.
4 cyl, 4400 cc, 27 hk. This tractor ahd a T-Ford engine.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Dresch Locomotive 1915.  Ref. 4
Steam engine-driven. Used with flat belts mainly push other agricultural machines.
Sinsheim museum. Ref. 1
 Ångmaskin. Ref. 4.
English steam engine for power supply to other machines. Can not explain but I can imagine that they were not like this caparisoned in his time. See Rubens tractor museum outside Hamilton.

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Formelcars acc. Ref. 4 från 2000

Benneton 1986.jpg Ref. 4 Benneton 1989.jpg Ref. 4 Benneton 1992.jpg Ref. 4 Benneton 1995.jpg Ref. 4 East.jpg Ref. 4
Fittipaldi.jpg Ref. 4 FW07.jpg Ref. 4 FW09.jpg Ref. 4 FW11a.jpg Ref. 4 Hildegas.jpg Ref. 4
Indy Lola.jpg Ref. 4 Jordan 1980.jpg Ref. 4 Lola93a.jpg Ref. 4 Lotus99.jpg Ref. 4 McLaren4a.jpg Ref. 4   
Petronas.jpg Ref. 4 McLarenSAP.jpg Ref. 4 Sauber1.jpg Ref. 4 Tyrell.jpg Ref. 4  

An number of formula 1 cars until the mid to late 90 's. Top down from left to right.

1) Toleman-Benetton TG 185. Built in 1985 and fitted with the 1.5 l, 850 HP, turbo engine. Toleman who started with the F1 racing without money or other necessary contracts such as. tires. Bennetton, an Italian clothing company which most people are familiar with, helped start the team. However, the engine was not good enough so the season was wasted. Bennetton, the clothing company, then bought the team and jumped into the F1 circus.

2) result of Benetton's appearances was at 1986-1994 with this car. It got the 3.5 l engine, 8 cyl, 680 HP, Ford motor. During a several year long development process with the F1 score of about 30 eventually succeeded bennetton take an F1 victory 1989 at Suzaka in Japan with Alessandro Nannini as the driver.

3) Bennetton 1992

4) Bennetton-Renault B 195 1995. In F1 is the hard battle for good drivers. Michael Schumacher had been given a chance to run to the 1991 Jordan and did it so well in Belgium 1991 to Benetton base noticed him. Benetton, who sought a new driver instead of Nelson Piquet, Schumacher took the second driver. It went way. Nelson P. stopped and retreated to the Cart series in America and Schumacher's first drivers started their winning way in F1.

5) Zakspeed F1 1987. Even a car with 4 cyl 1.5 l turbocharged engine and 900 HP. So many hk ur just 1.5 liters! Zakspeed was a private team and designed both the car and the engine itself. But as with Benetton's 4 cylinder, it would appear that this small motor with high power output not passed the rigors. During that time the team existed only took 2 F1-score the other races broke it. 1990 was the money run out.

6) Fittipaldi F7 1980. 3 l 8 cyl, 500 BHP Ford Cosworth. The beauty of this car was that the body had profiles that brought a negative pressure and resulting better braking and cornering ability. In other highly acclaimed does not model the F1 circus more than a 3-rd place with Keke Rosberg.

7)  Williams FW 07 1980. 3 l 8 cyl, 440 BHP Ford Cosworth. Frank Williams, a well liked and hated person in racingkretser, succeeded after 3 years to take his first F1 victory. The secret of success was the so-called Williams plate which was the undercarriage of the car. Thanks to his team leader Patrick Head who designed its surface perfect. Called apron-technique. You could obtain a centrifugal force so high that drivers found it hard to "keep the head in place". System with apron-technique was banned in F1 in 1983.

8) Williams FW 09 1984. Honda 1.5 l, 6 cyl, 680 hk turbo-engine.

9) Williams FW11. Honda 1.5 l, 6 cyl, 850 HP turbo engine. JWRC car with Nelson Piquet and Roger Mansell. Williams had since the rule change with apron-technology lost its leading position in F1 and was now just a team that was ran. This mostly because they did not have a strong enough engine. Not until 1987 when Williams gained access to Honda's best engines turned the trend and winning the World Cup.

10) Hildegas 1960. V8, 5.4 l, 300 HP. An Indy car. Have vainly looked for more info on this car on the internet.

11) Eric Broadley mastermind behind Lola made its first Indy-Lola 1965, T80. With the won the Indianapolis 500. The following year they won with Graham Hill in a T90. Lola developed the car for the 1967 season, T92, but was not so good. ! price of 969 won newcomer of the year, Rockie of the Year, with Mark Donohue.

12) Jordan Mugen Honda 198. 1998. Honda 3 l 10 cyl, 800 BHP suction motor. From this year, it was necessary to have tires with patterns. Anything to take down the high cornering speeds. Jordan had drivers Damon Hill and Ralf Schumacher with whom they managed to get enough points to be in F1.

13) Lola 93a

14) Lotus 99T. 1987. The Honda 1.5 l, 6 cyl, 660 HP, turbo engine. With this model, expecting Lotus to start winning again. However, supplied Honda engines also to Williams. Lotus had few victories early in the season, but Williams became increasingly superior and Lotus got left behind, though, as the 2nd or 3rd. Honda motor did a fantastic season by normal take the first 3 places.

15) McLaren Mp4 1991. 3.5 l, 12 cyl, 700 hp Honda naturally aspirated. This car won the F1 this year with Ayrton Senna.

16) Sauber Petronas C15. 1996. The Ford Zetec, 3 l, 10 cyl, 670 HP. Sauber was a company in Switzerland. They made about a 8 cyl Ford motor to 10 cyl. On this engine was hoping a lot, but unfortunately it does not meet expectations. The engine gave 670 HP at 15800 rpm.

17) West McLaren Mercedes. 1997. Mercedes 10 cyl, 3 l, 700 hp engine. A very successful car in the hands of, among others, Finnish drivers. E.g. Häkkinen. Read my article in Mercedes Museum.

18) Sauber Mercedes C 13. 1994.3.5 l, 12 cyl, 760 HP Mercedes suction motor. Mercedes who bet big on F1 was not satisfied with Sauber effort even though it took 24 World Cup points. It was McLaren who got access to this period's best motor.

Tyrell P34 1976 19). Ford Cosworth 3 l 8 cyl, 420 HP, naturally aspirated engine. Tyrrell racing was started by Ken Tyrell 1960. 1968 began to race and held on until 1998. 1968-1969 ran it with Matra cars, then by the end of March 1979, to use their own designs. Among other things, this 6-wheel car that it hopes will reduce air resistance when you had significantly smaller deck forward. Unfortunately, so was the large rear tyres left so there was no advantage. However, the car good e.g. at Anderstorp Sweden. However, there was no future for this construction.


Search links on names(for ex. badge/year/model):

A Aston Martin DB5 1953

Ardie 1928 Audi E1913 Amilcar CC 1922
American laFrance      
B Benetton 1986 Benetton 1989 Benetton 1992 Buick 1947
BMW R1927 BMW R1928 BMW R1955 Brough 1936
BMW R1923 Bergs ellok 1932, BMAG lok Bergslok 1921
Bentley Old Mother 1927 Bugatti 37 1926 Bugatti 30 1926 Bugatti 57 1938
Bentley 1924 Bugatti Royale 41 1932 Bugatti 35 framvagn Bugatti 35C
Brasier 1908 Benz bil Benz motor Benz patent ans.
Band konstr.      
C Chrysler 1961 Chrysler 1954 Cadillac 1955 Cadillac 1958
Cadillac 1962 Cadillac 1973 Chevrolet 1954 Chevrolet 1956
Chevrolet Stingray 1969 Chevrolet 1958 Cadillac 1954 Cord 812
Columbia Elektro Columbia hjulupph.    
D Duesenberg J 1928 Duesenberg 437 1931 Daimler 2 hjuling Det. av bandaggr.
DB610 24 cyl      
E Entrebiljett Sinsheim Entrebiljett Sinsheim    
F Fitipaldi, FW07 Fitipaldi, FW09 Fitipaldi, FW11a Ferrari 250 1953
Ferrari 250 GTO 1962 Ferrari 512 Testa Rossa Ferrari Testa Rossa 1988 Ferrari F40 1991
Ford 1956 Ford 1958 Ford 1956 Ford 1964
Fiat 510 Spider 1919 Ford 1912 Focke Wolf, 42 cyl stjärn diesel
G Grout 1899      
H Hildegas Horex Refina 1954 HD Rebuilt 1993 HD 1931
Horex S35 1936 HD 1942 Henschel lok, 914 Horch
Horch 8 cyl motor Heinkel 111 Hetzer  
I Indy Lola Indian 1917 Indian Scout 1928 Indian 194
Indian 1942 Indian four 1940    
J Jordan 1980 Jaguar E-Type 1961 Jaguar D-type   Ju87
Junkers 88 Ju 88 rester    
K Krupp lok Krigslokomotiv Krauss Maffei lok Kraus Maffei hjul
Krupp godslok Krauss Maffei lok Krauss Maffei dragare Kettenrad
  Kryssaren Emden      
L Lola 93a Lotus 99 Lanz 1928 Lanz 1929
Lanz 1934 Lanz 7406 1939 Lanz 1940 Lambourghini Miura 1970
Lambourghini Countach 1986 Lambourghini Diablo 1990 Lotus Elan 1996 Lincoln 1956
Laurin Klment 1903 Länksystem snälltåg Länksystem lok Laurin Klement 1916
Lycoming motor Lätt Engelsk pansar    
M McLaren 4a McLaren SAP MB 300Sl 1955 Maserati Bora
Mabeco 1920 Mabeco 1924 Monowheel 1900, Maybach SW38 1937
MB G4 1938 MB 400K 1927 MB SSK 1929 MB SS 1928
MB 770 1938 MB 630 K 1928 Maybach Zepelin 1930 Maybach DSH 1934
Maybach SW35 MB 630K 1928 MB 400K 1924 MB 28/95 1922,
MB 630K 1924 MB 710SS 1930 Mercedes Benz 28/95 1932 Maybach DS8 1938
Mercedes Benz 230 Maybach SW35 2935 Maybach SW 38 1939 Maybach DS7 1930
Maybach W5 SG 1928 Mercedes Benz Mannheim 1933 Maybach SW38 1937 Maybach DSH 1934
MB Special Roadster Mercedes Benz 540 B-Cab Mors 1898 Mercedes Simplex 1909
Messerschmidt 109 Mercedes DB610 24 cyl Man fartygsdiesel Man skeppsmotor
Man ubåtsmotor Maybach flygmotor    
N NSU 300TS 1931 NSU OSL Super Maxi 1954 Norton Manx, 1961 Norton ES2 1927
NSU V2 1926 NSU 201ZD 1935 NSU  
O Oldsmobile 1952 Opel 25/55 1 Opel 24/50  
P Petronas Plymouth 1959 Pontiac 1957 Packard 1941
Packard 1929 Peugeot 1912 Pansar THHP5  
R Rolls Royce Griffon      
S Sauber SUN Standard Sport 1930 Sun Vitesse
Simplex laFrance Stug III Stug IIIG  
T Tyrell      
V Vincent V2 VW1 militar    
W Wanderer G200 1928      
Z Zundapp K800 1938 Zundapp Goliath    

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