There was a car show in Mühldorf last Sunday. I took over 650 pictures and I will post them in batches of around 40 pictures per thread. I'll post Part I today and Part II tomorrow since I've had a long hard day in Munich and need to take a break. Enjoy the pics.
Classic BMW 1602's or 2002's. I always confuse these...
An Opel Kapitän, from the days when Opel's were still considered premium.
Classic Volvo 140 or 240 series and a lovely Opel Manta A.
Fiat Topolino C with 16-horsepower. My father had an NSU-Fiat Topolino A with 13-horsepower as his first car. Guess what? My father's Fiat Topolino was at this same show!!! Pictures of that car in Part 3...
Chevrolet Pickup Truck
All I saw was the Plymouth writing upfront. The rear or sides had no identification whatsoever. What Plymouth is this?
Chrysler 300. Not sure if it's an A, B, C, D, E etc.
Two of my favorite Mercedes cars next to each other! An S123 estate and a W116 450SE S-Class! Love the W116 S-Class!
BMW 700. 700cc 2-cylinder engine with around 45-horsepower. After my father sold his Fiat Topolino, he bought a used BMW 700 but had the engine tuned to about 55-60-horsepower. Sadly this careless tuning affected the reliability of the engine and the car broke down at least once a week! LOL
1966 Pontiac Parisienne. Beautiful. My mother's father worked for GM and he had a 1967 Parisienne in white.
Pontiac Parisienne and a VW Thing next to it.
Dodge Charger. I am guessing this is an early 1960s version, right?
Chevrolet Bel Air
Iso Rivolta, a car from Italy. Not sure what this one was called though. All I know is that it's an Iso Rivolta.
Anyone know the car on the right???
This is a pre-World War II Mercedes-Benz. My best guess is that this is a variant of the W136 170V models.
Classic Renault T4. She may be ugly, but she's a legend.
Opel Olympia, I would guess...
Audi 100S Coupe and Opel Commodore. Love the Audi, beautiful.
Mercedes-Benz W115 220D with 60-horsepower as used by the Bavarian government.
Mercedes W113 Pagoda SL with a Lloyd next to it. Lloyd was a German carmaker that made light and cheap cars out of a type of plastic or hardened leather after World War II.
Mercedes-Benz R107 SL and Porsche 911
Opel Manta B
Opel GT and a Mercedes 280SE Coupe.
Citroen 2CV and other historical cars.
Another Iso Rivolta. I found two Iso Rivolta's at the show. Very rare cars. Surprised even two showed up here!
END OF PART I