Buses bodybuilder HONDEBRINK Almelo The Netherlands

Carrosseriebouwer Hondebrink

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Toerwagens 8,9,en 10. Wagen 9 (vooraan), Scania-Vabis met carrosserie van Hondebrink. Chauffeur rechts is Dhr Vrieler. Opname tijdens een dagtocht in Duitsland. Jaar onbekend

1952 Scania-Vabis nr 61 Met carrosserie van Hondebrink oorspr. van Hägglund

1950 Scania-Vabis nr 61 Met carrosserie van Hondebrink oorspr. van Hägglund

1953 Scania-Vabis 61 met nieuwe carrosserie van Hondebrink uit Almelo

 Scania-Vabis 61 nog met de oude Carrosserie van Hagglunds uit Zweden.

1953 Scania-Vabis 62 met nieuwe carrosserie van Hondebrink uit Almelo van 1953

1953 Scania-Vabis 62 met nieuwe carrosserie van Hondebrink uit Almelo

1957 Toerwagen 8. Scania-Vabis met carrosserie van Hondebrink. Ingekleurde zwart-wit foto die gebruikt werd voor de reisfolder

1957 Toerwagen 8. Scania-Vabis met carrosserie van Hondebrink.

Ingekleurde zwart-wit foto die gebruikt werd voor de reisfolder

1957 Toerwagen 9. Scania-Vabis met carrosserie van Hondebrink. Met het kenteken SB-61-79. Opname in 1963

1957 Toerwagen 9. Scania-Vabis met carrosserie van Hondebrink.

Met het kenteken SB-61-79. Opname in 1963

1957 Toerwagen 10 Scania-Vabis met carrosserie van Hondebrink passeert de grens Knalhutte met Chf. J. Boxelaar. Opname 1960

1957 Toerwagen 10 Scania-Vabis met carrosserie van Hondebrink passeert de

grens Knalhutte met Chf. J. Boxelaar. Opname 1960

De 81 met z’n 3e carrosserie. Gebouwd bij Hondebrink te Almelo

Guy Arab 81 met z’n 3e carrosserie. Gebouwd bij Hondebrink te Almelo

Guy-Arab 76 met carrosserie van Hondebrink. Opname 1955 tijdens toerwagenralllye.

Guy-Arab 76 met carrosserie van Hondebrink. Opname 1955 tijdens toerwagenralllye.

Nieuw interieur voor de 67 en 68. Ingebouwd door Hondebrink te Almelo.

Nieuw interieur voor de 67 en 68. Ingebouwd door Hondebrink te Almelo.

Scania Vabis Hondebrink Gunnink Nunspeet 401

TET 88 Scania Vabis Hondebrink Gunnink Nunspeet 401

Scania Vabis Hondebrink tet 164 kl

Scania Vabis Hondebrink tet 164 kl

Toerwagen 8 Scania-Vabis carrosserie Hondebrink en links als contrast een oudere Kromhout met carrosserie van Verheul met bouwjaar 1936.

Rechts Toerwagen 8 Scania-Vabis carrosserie Hondebrink en links als

contrast een oudere Kromhout met carrosserie van Verheul met bouwjaar 1936.

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Buses, motorcycles and Cars HONDA Japan

Honda Motor Co., Ltd. (本田技研工業株式会社 Honda Giken Kōgyō 

honda logo

KK?,IPA: [hoɴda] ( listen)/ˈhɒndə/) is a Japanese public multinational corporationprimarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles.

Honda has been the world’s largest motorcycle manufacturer since 1959, as well as the world’s largest manufacturer of internal combustion engines measured by volume, producing more than 14 million internal combustion engines each year. Honda became the second-largest Japanese automobile manufacturer in 2001. Honda was the eighth largest automobile manufacturer in the world behind General MotorsVolkswagen GroupToyotaHyundai Motor Group,  FordNissan, and PSA in 2011.

Honda was the first Japanese automobile manufacturer to release a dedicated luxury brand, Acura, in 1986. Aside from their core automobile and motorcycle businesses, Honda also manufactures garden equipment, marine engines, personal watercraft and power generators, amongst others. Since 1986, Honda has been involved with artificial intelligence/robotics research and released their ASIMO robot in 2000. They have also ventured into aerospace with the establishment of GE Honda Aero Engines in 2004 and the Honda HA-420 HondaJet, which began production in 2012. Honda has three joint-ventures in China(Honda ChinaDongfeng Honda, and Guangqi Honda).

In 2013, Honda invests about 5.7% of its revenues in research and development (6.8 billion dollars). Also in 2013, Honda became the first Japanese automaker to be a net exporter from the United States, exporting 108,705 Honda and Acura models while importing only 88,357.

History

As a young man, Honda’s founder, Soichiro Honda (Honda Sōichirō) (17 November 1906 – 5 August 1991) had an interest in automobiles. He worked as a mechanic at the Art Shokai garage, where he tuned cars and entered them in races. In 1937, with financing from his acquaintance Kato Shichirō, Honda founded Tōkai Seiki (Eastern Sea Precision Machine Company) to make piston rings working out of the Art Shokai garage. After initial failures, Tōkai Seiki won a contract to supply piston rings to Toyota, but lost the contract due to the poor quality of their products. After attending engineering school without graduating, and visiting factories around Japan to better understand Toyota’s quality control processes, by 1941 Honda was able to mass-produce piston rings acceptable to Toyota, using an automated process that could employ even unskilled wartime laborers.:16–19

Tōkai Seiki was placed under control of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry (called the Ministry of Munitions after 1943) at the start of World War II, and Soichiro Honda was demoted from president to senior managing director after Toyota took a 40% stake in the company. Honda also aided the war effort by assisting other companies in automating the production of military aircraft propellers.The relationships Honda cultivated with personnel at Toyota, Nakajima Aircraft Company and the Imperial Japanese Navy would be instrumental in the postwar period. A US B-29 bomber attack destroyed Tōkai Seiki’s Yamashita plant in 1944, and the Itawa plant collapsed in the 1945 Mikawa earthquake, and Soichiro Honda sold the salvageable remains of the company to Toyota after the war for ¥450,000, and used the proceeds to found the Honda Technical Research Institute in October 1946. With a staff of 12 men working in a 16 m2 (170 sq ft) shack, they built and sold improvised motorized bicycles, using a supply of 500 two-stroke 50 cc Tohatsu war surplus radio generator engines. When the engines ran out, Honda began building their own copy of the Tohatsu engine, and supplying these to customers to attach their bicycles. This was the Honda Model A, nicknamed the Bata Bata for the sound the engine made. The first complete motorcycle, with both the frame and engine made by Honda, was the 1949 Model D, the first Honda to go by the name Dream. Honda Motor Company grew in a short time to become the world’s largest manufacturer of motorcycles by 1964.

The first production automobile from Honda was the T360 mini pick-up truck, which went on sale in August 1963. Powered by a small 356-cc straight-4 gasoline engine, it was classified under the cheaper Kei car tax bracket. The first production car from Honda was theS500 sports car, which followed the T360 into production in October 1963. Its chain-driven rear wheels pointed to Honda’s motorcycle origins.

Over the next few decades, Honda worked to expand its product line and expanded operations and exports to numerous countries around the world. In 1986, Honda introduced the successful Acura brand to the American market in an attempt to gain ground in the luxury vehiclemarket. The year 1991 saw the introduction of the Honda NSX supercar, the first all-aluminum monocoque vehicle that incorporated a mid-engine V6 with variable-valve timing.

CEO Tadashi Kume was succeeded by Nobuhiko Kawamoto in 1990. Kawamoto was selected over Shoichiro Irimajiri, who oversaw the successful establishment of Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. in Marysville, Ohio. Both Kawamoto and Irimajiri shared a friendly rivalry within Honda, and Irimajiri would resign in 1992 due to health issues.

Following the death of Soichiro Honda and the departure of Irimajiri, Honda found itself quickly being outpaced in product development by other Japanese automakers and was caught off-guard by the truck and sport utility vehicle boom of the 1990s, all which took a toll on the profitability of the company. Japanese media reported in 1992 and 1993 that Honda was at serious risk of an unwanted and hostile takeover by Mitsubishi Motors, who at the time was a larger automaker by volume and flush with profits from their successful Pajero andDiamante.

Kawamoto acted quickly to change Honda’s corporate culture, rushing through market-driven product development that resulted in recreational vehicles such as the Odyssey[disambiguation needed] and the CR-V, and a refocusing away from some of the numerous sedans and coupes that were popular with Honda’s engineers but not with the buying public. The most shocking change to Honda came when Kawamoto ended Honda’s successful participation in Formula One after the 1992 season, citing costs in light of the takeover threat from Mitsubishi as well as the desire to create a more environmentally-friendly company image.

Later, 1995 gave rise to the Honda Aircraft Company with the goal of producing jet aircraft under Honda’s name.

I ‘m only showing buses:

1970 Honda 360 Van 4 eyes

1970 Honda 360 Van 4 eyes

1972 Honda Life Step Van

1972 Honda Life Step Van

1998 HONDA step wagon RF1-1291384 1998year 3

1998 HONDA step wagon RF1

2000 HONDA STEP WAGON 2000year 1

2000 HONDA STEP WAGON

2004 Honda Odyssey

2004 Honda Odyssey

2006 Honda Step Bus

2006 Honda Step Bus

2008 Honda Step Wagon

2008 Honda Step Wagon

2013 Futuristic-Honda-Puyo-London-Bus-Design a

2013 Futuristic-Honda-Puyo-London-Bus-Design

Futuristic-Honda-Puyo-London-Bus-Design-2

2013 Futuristic-Honda-Puyo-London-Bus-Design

Honda Crossroad Mugen_2

Honda Crossroad Mugen

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Buses, cars, trucks, aeroplanes, machinery HISPANO-SUIZA Spain

Hispano-Suiza

Hispano-Suiza emblem

Hispano-Suiza
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Industry Automotive/Engineering
Fate discontinued
Founded June 14, 1904
Defunct 1968
Headquarters Barcelona, Spain
Key people Emilio de la Cuadra, Marc Birkigt
Products Automobiles, Machinery

Hispano-Suiza (literally: “Spanish-Swiss”) was a Spanish automotive and engineering firm, best known for its luxury cars and aviation engines in the pre-World War II period of the twentieth century. In 1923 its French subsidiary became a semi-autonomous partnership with the parent company. In 1968, the French arm was taken over by the aerospace company Snecma, now a part of the French SAFRAN Group. The Spanish parent sold all its automotive assets to Enasa in 1946.

1904 HISPANO SUIZA-00 ( Vista general de la fabrica)

They designed the first 4 cylinder 16 valve engine and the car considered to have been the very first real sports car in history, the Hispano Suiza 45 Cr. 

History

1907-1910 HISPANO SUIZA-01

Early years

In 1898 a Spanish artillery captain, Emilio de la Cuadra, started electric automobile production in Barcelona under the name of La Cuadra. In Paris, De la Cuadra met the Swiss engineer Marc Birkigt (1878–1953) and hired him to work for the company in Spain. La Cuadra built their first gasoline-powered engines from a Birkigt design. At some point in 1902, the ownership changed hands to J. Castro and became Fábrica Hispano-Suiza de Automóviles (Spanish-Swiss Automobile Factory) but this company went bankrupt in December 1903.

1908 Hispano-Suiza 12-15 HP

1908 Hispano-Suiza 12-15 HP

Yet another restructuring took place in 1904, creating La Hispano-Suiza Fábrica de Automóviles, under Castro’s direction, also based in Barcelona. Four new engines were introduced in the next year and a half. 3.8-litre and 7.4-litre four-cylinder and a pair of big six-cylinder engines were produced. This company managed to avoid bankruptcy and its largest operations remained in Barcelona until 1946, where cars, trucks, buses, aero engines and weapons were produced. Other factories in Spain were at Ripoll and Guadalajara.

1911-1920 HISPANO SUIZA-02

France was soon proving to be a larger market for Hispano’s luxury cars than Spain. In 1911, an assembly factory called Hispano France began operating in the Paris suburb of Levallois-Perret. Production was moved to larger factories at Bois-Colombes, under the name Hispano-Suiza in 1914.

1916 hispano-suiza-alfonso

1911 hispano-suiza-alfonso

1911 Hispano Suiza King Alfonso XIII Double Berline

1911 Hispano Suiza King Alfonso XIII Double Berline

1915-Hispano-Suiza-15-20HP-Omnibus

1915-Hispano-Suiza-15-20HP-Omnibus

1918 Antoni Bellet Hispano Suiza 15-20

1918 Antoni Bellet Hispano Suiza 15-20

World War I

With the start of World War I, Hispano-Suiza turned to the design and production of aircraft engines under the direction of Marc Birkigt. His chief engineer during this period was another Swiss, Louis Massuger. Birkigt’s solution to building aero engines was ahead of its time. Traditionally, aircraft engines were manufactured by machining separate steel cylinders and then bolting these assemblies directly to the crankcase. Birkigt’s novel solution called for the engine block to be formed from a single piece of cast aluminum, and into which thin steel liners were secured. Manufacturing an engine in this way simplified construction and resulted in a lighter, yet stronger more durable engine. Thus, Birkigt’s new construction method created the first practical, and what are commonly known today as, “cast block” engines. His aluminum cast block V-8 design was also noteworthy for incorporating overhead camshafts, propeller reduction gearing and other desirable features that would not appear together on competitor’s engines until the late 1920s. Another major design feature was the use of a hollow propeller shaft to allow projectile firing through the (reduction geared only) propeller spinner, avoiding the need for a synchronization gear, a feature used in future Hispano-Suiza military engines. Hispano-Suiza’s aero engines, produced at its own factories and under license, became the most commonly used aero engines in the French and British air forces, powering over half the alliance’s fighter aircraft.

1918 Antoni Bellet Hispano Suiza 15-20a

1918 Antoni Bellet Hispano Suiza 15-20

1918–1936

After World War I, Hispano-Suiza returned to automobile manufacturing and, in 1919, introduced the H6. The H6 featured an inline 6-cylinder overhead camshaft engine based on the features of its V8 aluminum World War I aircraft engines and a body design by the American coach designers Hibbard & Darrin.

1919 HISPANO_SUIZA_LOGO_01

Licences for Hispano-Suiza patents were much in demand from prestige car manufacturers world-wide. Rolls-Royce used a number of Hispano-Suiza patents. For instance, for many years Rolls Royce installed Hispano-Suiza designed power brakes in its vehicles.

Through the 1920s and into the 1930s, Hispano-Suiza built a series of luxury cars with overhead camshaft engines of increasing performance. On the other hand, in the 1930s, Hispano-Suiza’s V-12 car engines reverted to pushrod valve actuation to reduce engine noise.

1920 HISPANO-SUIZA Bus

1920 HISPANO-SUIZA Bus

During this time, Hispano-Suiza released the 37.2 Hispano-Suiza car built at the Hispano works in Paris.

In 1923 the French arm of Hispano-Suiza was incorporated as the Societé Française Hispano-Suiza, the Spanish parent company subscribing to 71% of the share capital. The French subsidiary was granted a large degree of financial and project independence but the technical co-operation between the Spanish and French arms of the company was always closely maintained. Luxury car production was increasingly concentrated in France while the Spanish operations moved into the production of commercial vehicles.

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Hispano-Suiza stork hood ornament.

The mascot statuette atop the radiator after World War I was the stork, the symbol of the French province of Alsace, taken from the squadron emblem painted on the side of a Hispano-Suiza powered fighter aircraft that had been flown by the World War I French ace Georges Guynemer.

1921-1925 HISPANO SUIZA-03

1921-1925 HISPANO SUIZA

In 1925, Carlos Ballester obtained permission to represent Hispano-Suiza in Argentina. The agreement consisted of a phase in which the chassis were imported, followed by complete domestic production in Argentina. Thus “Hispano-Argentina, Fábrica de Automóviles S. A. (HAFDASA)” was born, for the production of Hispano-Suiza motors and automobiles, and also the production of spare parts for other car, truck, and bus manufacturers.

1922 Hispano Suiza  30-40  R Spanje

1922 Hispano Suiza  30-40  R Spanje

A fictional example of a Hispano-Suiza appears in the P.G. Wodehouse “Blandings Castle” stories; the family drove or rather were driven in a Hispano-Suiza (H6), rather than, say, a Rolls-Royce. Also in the Agatha Christie novel The Seven Dials Mystery the main character, Lady Eileen “Bundle” Brent, drives herself about in her “Hispano”. In Kerry Greenwood‘s detective series set in 1928 Melbourne, the main character Phryne Fisher has a large red open-top Hispano-Suiza. In Evelyn Waugh‘s Decline and Fall Margot Beste-Chetwynde has at least two, as her ‘second best Hispano Suiza’ collects Paul Pennyfeather before his wedding. A yellow open Hispano-Suiza plays a central role in Michael Arlen’s The Green Hat. Perhaps the best known example of a Hispano-Suiza in cinema is the leopard-skin upholstered 1927 model belonging to the demented Norma Desmond, which features prominently in the 1951 classic “Sunset Boulevard”.

Spanish Civil War and World War II

In 1936, the French arm of Hispano-Suiza was told to stop production of cars and turn solely to aircraft engines once again. At the time they had just introduced a new series of water-cooled V-12 engines and the Hispano-Suiza 12Y was in huge demand for practically every French aircraft. However Hispano was never able to deliver enough of these engines, and many French fighters sat on the ground complete but for the engine. Meanwhile, the Republic of Spain conscripted Hispano-Suiza’s Spanish operations into war production of trucks, armoured vehicles and weapons for the civil war of 1936-1939. After the war, the company was severely affected by the devastated state of the Spanish economy and the trade embargoes imposed by the victorious allies. In 1946, Hispano-Suiza sold off its automotive assets to ENASA, the maker of Pegaso trucks.

1922 Hispano Suiza 30-40. Four cylinders, 4710 cc, 43 Horsepower Madrid

1922 Hispano Suiza 30-40. Four cylinders, 4710 cc, 43 Horsepower Madrid

A development of the era were a series of 20 mm autocannon, first the Hispano-Suiza HS.9, followed by the Hispano-Suiza HS.404. The 404 was licensed for production in Britain and equipped almost all RAFfighter aircraft during the war. Production was also set up in the US, but these versions never matured even though the USAAC and US Navy both wanted to use it in place of their existing .50 BMG weapons. A lesser-known success was the Hispano-Suiza HS.820, a higher performance 20 mm design that was also used in the US as the M139. A variation of the 20 mm guns used on the Lockheed P-38 Lightningaircraft were produced by International Harvester. In 1970 Hispano-Suiza sold their armaments division to Oerlikon, the HS.820 becoming the KAD.

1922 La viajera Hispano-Suiza de Sagalés

1922 La viajera Hispano-Suiza de Sagalés

In 1940, Hispano-Suiza, together with the Spanish bank Banco Urquijo and a group of Spanish industrial companies, founded the ‘Sociedad Ibérica de Automóviles de Turismo’ (S.I.A.T.). This led to Spain’s first mass-production car maker SEAT.

1925 HISPANO-SUIZA Bus

1925 HISPANO-SUIZA Bus

1950s–Today

After the Second World War the French arm of Hispano-Suiza continued primarily as an aerospace firm. Between 1945 and 1955, building the Rolls-Royce Nene under licence, designing landing gear in 1950 and Martin-Baker ejection seats in 1955. The company’s attention turned increasingly to turbine manufacturing and, in 1968, it was taken over and became a division of SNECMA. In 1999 Hispano-Suiza moved its turbine operations to a new factory in Bezons, outside Paris, using the original factories for power transmissions and accessory systems for jet engines. In 2005 SNECMA merged with SAGEM to form SAFRAN.

1926 Hispano Suiza REINA VICTORIA HOTEL Y HOTEL NIZA

1926 Hispano Suiza REINA VICTORIA HOTEL Y HOTEL NIZA

The marque may be seeing a revival in the automotive sector with the showing of a model at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show .

The Hispano-Suiza is driven by the affluent main character, Phryne, in the Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries television series produced by the ABC (Australia) and set in 1920s Melbourne.

1926-1930 HISPANO SUIZA-04

1926-1930 HISPANO SUIZA

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1929 Hispano Argentina Bus

1929 Hispano Argentina Bus

1931 Viajera imperial Hispano-Suiza sobre chasis de camión T69

1931 Viajera imperial Hispano-Suiza sobre chasis de camión T69

1931-1935 HISPANO SUIZA-05

1931-1935 HISPANO SUIZA

1933 Hispano Suiza R Spanje

1933 Hispano Suiza R Spanje

1933 hispanosuizasanjustenca

1933 hispano suiza sanjustenca

1934 Autobús Hispano Suiza

1934 Autobús Hispano Suiza

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1934 MARTOS (HISPANO SUIZA)

1935 Hispano Suiza de 28 plazas y más tarde un vehículo marca GMC de 30 plazas

1935 Hispano Suiza de 28 plazas y más tarde un vehículo marca GMC de 30 plazas

1936 HISPANO SUIZA-Bus

1936 HISPANO SUIZA-Bus

1936-1952 HISPANO SUIZA-06

1936-1952 HISPANO SUIZA

1938 Hispano Suiza poster

1938 Hispano Suiza poster

1944 HISPANO SUIZA 66 (PEGASO)

1944 HISPANO SUIZA 66 (PEGASO)

1944 HISPANO SUIZA BUS (PEGASO)

1944 HISPANO SUIZA BUS (PEGASO)

1948 Hispano Suiza. Berichtnavigatie. Buses CHAUSSON France

1948 Hispano Suiza. Berichtnavigatie. Buses CHAUSSON France

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1948 hispano-suiza T69 9

1948 hispano-suiza T69 9

1950 Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Diesel

1950 Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Diesel

1950 Hispano-Suiza de la Chelvana

1950 Hispano-Suiza de la Chelvana

1950 hispano-suiza t69

1950 hispano-suiza t69

1950 hispano-suiza t69a

1950 hispano-suiza t69

1950 Hispano-Suiza-Julian de Castro hispano-suiza t69

1950 Hispano-Suiza-Julian de Castro hispano-suiza t69

1952 Hispano Suiza Ayats Espagne 9efb9-smallbus

1952 Hispano Suiza Ayats Espagne 9efb9-smallbus

1952 HISPANO SUIZA Pegaso Z 401 Seida

1952 HISPANO SUIZA Pegaso Z 401 Seida

1953 Hispano Suiza Pegaso Ayats Sp

1953 Hispano Suiza Pegaso Ayats Sp

1953 Hispano-Suiza Spanje

1953 Hispano-Suiza Spanje

1957 Hispano Suiza Berliet Ayats Sp

1957 Hispano Suiza Ayats Pegaso

1957 Chausson Hispano Suiza

1957 Chausson Hispano Suiza

1959 Chausson Hispano Suiza dsc02146

1959 Chausson Hispano Suiza

1959 Chausson Hispano Suiza Spanje

1959 Chausson Hispano Suiza

1959 Chausson-Hispano Suiza de la serie 300

1959 Chausson-Hispano Suiza de la serie 300

Nazar la hispano

Nazar la hispano

1973 Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Z1230 Pegasos

1973 Ayats Hispano Suiza Pegaso Z1230

1973 Hispano Suiza Ayats Pegaso 5023 CL

1973 Hispano Suiza Ayats Pegaso 5023 CL

1973 Hispano Suiza. Berichtnavigatie. Buses bodybuilders AYATS Gerona Spain II

1973 Hispano Suiza. Berichtnavigatie. Buses bodybuilders AYATS Gerona Spain II

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1990 Hispano Avutarda Midi MAN Litouwen

1990 Hispano Avutarda Midi MAN Litouwen

1998 Hispano Vita Mercedes Sp

1998 Hispano Vita Mercedes Sp

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2001 Hispano Vita Mercedes Sp

2001 Hispano Vita Mercedes Sp

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2003 Hispano Habit Sp

2007 Hispano Divo II DAF Sp

2007 Hispano Divo II DAF Sp

2008 Hispano Habit Volvo Sp

2008 Hispano Habit Volvo Sp

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2013

DAF SB220 with Hispano body

DAF SB220 with Hispano body

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Hispano Divo Intercity Mercedes Sp

Hispano Divo Intercity Mercedes Sp

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Hispano Divo touriste coach 694

Hispano Divo touriste coach 683

Hispano Divo touriste coach 683

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Hispano Irisbus EuroRider 35 524

Hispano Irisbus EuroRider 35 524

Hispano Iveco EuroRider 35 976

Hispano Iveco EuroRider 35 976

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Iveco CityClass with Hispano Habut body

Iveco CityClass with Hispano Habut body

Volvo Hispano Habit

Volvo Hispano Habit

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Hisp Suiza Tempest Mark V

Hisp Suiza Tempest Mark V

C-534 EKW C-3603 met Hispano-Suiza motor, korte neus en zonder 3e staartvlak

C-534 EKW C-3603 met Hispano-Suiza motor, korte neus en zonder 3e staartvlak

Hispano Aviación HA-1109K1

Hispano Aviación HA-1109K1

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Hispano Suiza Spaanse He 111

Hispano Suiza Spaanse He 111

Me 109  Hispano HA 1112 M1L 'Buchon

Me 109  Hispano HA 1112 M1L Buchon

RAF S.E.5a (Hispano Suiza) WW1 fighter

RAF S.E.5a (Hispano Suiza) WW1 fighter

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