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Opel Olympia (1947-1953)

Opel Olympia (1947-1953)

Opel Olympias were offered from 1947 to 1953. From 1953 to 1963 the cars became known as Olympia Record. The name Olympia was dropped in 1967.

48 Olympia

1948 Opel Olympia

The Olympia was the first series to leave the Rüsselsheim works after the war. Nearly 26,000 were built, many for export countries. Changes in January 1950 included a new front end, more chrome and the then modern column gear-change.

Opel Kapitän 1947-1950

Opel Kapitän 1947-1950

The 1947 Opel Kapitän was a roomy six-cylinder saloon based on the 1939 design. In fact the major external difference was its round headlamps (the pre-war models had angular ones). Bumpers, hubcaps and 'zeppelin' were also of a slightly different design. Opel no longer offered two-door or convertible models. Although designated the 1947 model, production didn't actually commence until October 1948.

4 CV 1947-1961

4 CV 1947-1961

Studebaker Champion

Studebaker Champion

Studebaker Champion

1947 Studebaker Champion Regal de-Luxe

Studebaker Commander

Studebaker Commander

Studebaker introduced new styling for the 1947 model year, highlighted by the wraparound rear-windowed Coupes. The 1950 models introduced the famous "bullet nose" styling,

studebaker commander

1947 Studebaker Commander

 

 

MG Y

MG Y

The brochure refers to the car alternatively as the "One and a Quarter Litre" and the "Four cylinder series Y".

Austin A120 / A125 Sheerline and Princess 47-54

Austin A120 / A125 Sheerline and Princess 47-54

A120 Princess

Austin A120 Princess

Sheerline

Austin A125 Sheerline

THE AUSTIN A120 PRINCESS SALOON

The Princess Saloon, on the Austin "A120" chassis has individual coachwork designed and built by craftsmen of the famous firm of Vanden Plas.

A40 Devon / Dorset 1947-1952

A40 Devon / Dorset 1947-1952
Austin Devon

Austin A40 Devon

Austin Devon

Austin A40 Devon

Austin A40 Dorset

Austin A40 Dorset

Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 1947-1953

Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 1947-1953
Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Gran Turismo

1948 Alfa Romeo 6C 2500 Gran Turismo

Minx Phase 1

Hillman Minx Phase 1 1947 Minx Phase 1

1947 Hillman Minx Phase 1

The 1947 New Minx was essentially the 1940 model, with some post-war improvements. It was powered by a 35 h.p. 4-cylinder 1184 c.c. side valve engine.

(Brochure text)

THE NEW MINX

Many further great improvements

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