J GURNEY NUTTING & Co Limited Bus, Coach, and Limo builders London England UK

J Gurney Nutting & Co Limited

Gurney Nutting Ltd Coachbuilders Plaque

Gurney Nutting Ltd Coachbuilders Plaque

1930 Bentley Speed Six Gurney Nutting Weymann Sportsman's Coupe

Bentley Speed Six 1930
Weymann fixed head coupé
1932 Daimler Double-Six

Daimler Double-Six 1932
close-coupled 4-door sports saloon
for Anna Neagle

J Gurney Nutting & Co Limited was an English firm of bespoke coachbuilders specialising in sporting bodies founded in 1918 as a new enterprise by a Croydon firm of builders and joiners of the same name. The senior partner was Mr John (Jack) Gurney Nutting (1871–1946).

Nutting had done well from wartime government building contracts and with his partner from that business, a man named Cresswell, they set up operations in the old Marlborough Carriage Works in Oval Road, Croydon.

The first Gurney Nutting designs made their appearance at the London Motor Show in October 1920. In 1921 they displayed their ‘all weather’ body, the roof folded in the usual way but the great beauty of the arrangement was the side windows – they simply lowered into the doors.

After the Croydon premises were destroyed by fire during Easter 1923 the business was moved nearer their customers to the upmarket address of Elystan Street, off King’s Road Chelsea, London SW3.

Chelsea

1931 Malcolm Campbell's

Malcolm Campbell’s 1931
Blue Bird
1933 Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental Gurney Nutting Sedanca DHC green
Rolls-Royce Phantom II Continental 1933

coupé de ville

Here, in what had been an artists’ colony, they established their remarkable reputation for creating sumptuous cars with panache, with apparently naturally balanced proportions and which were beautifully executed.
1924 brought two events that lifted the firm into prominence. The purchase of a licence to employ the Weymann technique of body construction gave a new silence and lightness to the cars of their customers who selected it and, more important, Scotsman A F McNeil

(1891–1965), ‘Mac’, who had been with Cunard, joined the firm as chief designer. McNeil’s designs would give the firm the greatest and most successful of its years. The Weymann construction forced a square-rigged style but McNeil’s designs had a carefully calculated relationship in their proportions which seemed instinctively right.

Royal patronage

1935 Duesenberg J Gurney Nutting Speedster Duesenberg J 1935

speedster

In June 1926 a 21 hp Lanchester chassis fitted with a Weymann body was delivered to the future King George VI. A few months later his younger brother ordered a Weymann body on a Bentley chassis. The stand at the 1926 motor show had just Weymann designs, a 6 12-litre Bentley in black above white and a beautiful 37 hp Hispano-Suiza in black above primrose.

1948 BristolL6 Gurney Notting Bodywork

1948 BristolL6 Gurney Notting Bodywork

1948 SeddonMK4 Gurney Notting Body

1948 SeddonMK4 Gurney Notting Body

1950 Gurney Nutting coach body on a Maudslay Marathon III chassis

1950 Gurney Nutting coach body on a Maudslay Marathon III chassis

1951 Dennis Lancet III with an imposing Gurney Nutting FC37F body

1951 Dennis Lancet III with an imposing Gurney Nutting FC37F body

1952 Bedford OB had a (Duple Vista)involved in a serious accident was then fitted with a Gurney Nutting C29F body

1952 Bedford OB had a (Duple Vista)involved in a serious accident was then fitted with a Gurney Nutting C29F body

1952 Dennis L6 Falcon with Gurney Nutting B30F bodywork

1952 Dennis L6 Falcon with Gurney Nutting B30F bodywork

AEC Regal III Gurney Nutting

AEC Regal III Gurney Nutting

Gurney Nutting C33F bodied Leyland Tiger PS1-1

Gurney Nutting C33F bodied Leyland Tiger PS1-1

Gurney Nutting C37C bodied AEC Regal IV

Gurney Nutting C37C bodied AEC Regal IV

Albion Valiant (SPV 70)

Gurney Nutting. void. Thomas Harrington Coachbuilders Albion Valiant SPV 70 rear © SimonCars

The car which built their reputation for the customers who really mattered was built in 1928 for the style-setter of the time. In January 1928 the Prince of Wales, later Edward VIII, later still Duke of Windsor, commissioned a Weymann body on a 4 12-litre Bentley which was to have a high waistline with shallow windows allowing passengers a little more privacy. The “Prince of Wales” body style became a best-seller. At the beginning of 1931 Nuttings received a Royal Warrant appointing the firm Motor Body Builders to His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.

The end of Weymann bodies

A 1929 show car, a Bentley Speed Six Sportsman’s coupé, used a specially polished fabric material to look as if it were an old-fashioned coachbuilt body. The economic crisis hit. Noting how the older Weymann bodies showed their age the customers, those still able to buy, began to choose glossy cellulose-finished more rounded and traditionally coachbuilt bodies. Metal panels replaced fabric on some Weymann bodies but the time of Weymann flexible coachwork was over by 1932.

Full of confidence, on September 4, 1930, Nuttings moved, less than a mile, to badly needed, more spacious, premises in Lacland Place SW10. A few weeks later they showed at Olympia a metal panelled Weymann Bentley Sportsman’s coupé beside another Bentley of traditional construction for the first time exhibiting Nutting’s trademark, a deep chrome-plated beading strip running from the grille to above the rear mudguards and emphasising the sweeping new lines of the car.

J Gurney Nutting built the body for Malcolm Campbell’s 1931 Blue Bird world speed record car.

The height of fashion

The 1930s were the firm’s greatest years. Bodies were built to order on other chassis but mostly these were the years of the Rolls Royce and Bentley saloons, coupés de ville and sedancas de ville. McNeil’s proportions and elegant, sweeping curves remained faultless.

Near the end of the decade Jack Barclay tempted A F McNeil to James Young Limited and his place was taken by John Blatchley (1913–2008), still in his early twenties. Blatchley was a graduate of The College of Aeronautical and Automobile Engineering in Chelsea and The Regent Street Polytechnic recruited by McNeil. After the war he was appointed chief stylist of Rolls Royce and Bentley and he retired from there in 1969. A F McNeil remained John Blatchley’s teacher mentor and friend for many years.

In 1940 an interesting straight-eight Daimler limousine emerged from Lacland Place, the curves replaced by razor edges. The Daimler had been given square-cornered windows, a flat waistline and a raked but square-edged tail. It was greeted as “very very handsome, in a totally new idiom” but there was a war on.

1935 Rolls-Royce 20-25 Gurney Nutting Saloon

The End of Twenty Years of Brilliance

Bentley MK VI Teardrop Coupé

Bentley Mark VI teardrop coupé de ville

With the outbreak of World War II all coachbuilding work was suspended. During the war Gurney Nutting built boats, from lifeboats to patrol boats. In 1945 the business was renamed Gurney Nutting Ltd, styling themselves as “coachbuilders and engineers” and became part of the Jack Barclay group which had acquired James Young Limited in 1937. John Gurney Nutting, who remained a director, was in ill-health and died 10 February 1946 aged 75. The works moved to Lombard Road, Morden Road, Merton, SW19, with some work done at the James Young premises in Bromley. However, the demand for bespoke one-off bodies for cars died away in the post-war years and their last Motor Show stand was in 1948, when they showed two cars built on the Bentley Mark VI chassis. However, they also built full-size bus and coach bodies and were still carrying out production of these in late 1952, closing sometime after.

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Buses, cars, cycles, scooters, sewingmachines, DÜRKOPP Bielefeld Germany

Buses, cars, cycles, scooters, sewingmachines, DÜRKOPP Bielefeld Germany

DÜRKOPP

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Dürkopp was a German producer of buses.

  • They built bus chassis from 1902.
  • Only the early models were sold in Britain.
  • The North Eastern Railway had a fleet of over 15.
  • Hastings ran a few before their operator went bankrupt.

1898 – 1927

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Dürkopp was like a number of other makers of motorcars in that the firm’s origins were as manufacturers of sewing machines, made from the 1860s onwards at Bielefeld in Westphalia. Bicycles were soon added to the product range and motorcars were first made in 1898. These were very similar to Panhard-Levassor cars both in layout and appearance and it is therefore somewhat ironic that between 1899 and 1901 the Société anonyme des Automobiles Canello-Dürkopp built Dürkopp cars in the Paris suburb of Corbevoie.

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A rear-engined tandem-seated voiturette was made in 1899 and the following year saw the introduction of a conventional light car, although this had side-chain drive, a feature that Dürkopp retained until 1907. The firm was also in the vanguard of those making three-cylinder engines and in the latter part of 1903 it built one of the first six-cylinder engines ever produced. Both these three and six-cylinder engines were used in buses which became an important branch of the business that continued for three years after the cessation of motorcar production.

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Sewingmachines Ad

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Dürkopp Adler 272 tafelnaaimachine

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Dürkopp DIANA Fiets

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1898 Dürrkopp-annonce

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1905 Dürkopp 4 cylinder Motorräd

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1905 Dürkopp-W. Bayer NL

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1907 Dürkopp Motor Omnibus

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1907 Dürkopp-Hallford-Saurer-Liversidge Double-decker Bus

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1908 Dürkopp vrachtauto van de Fa. Hulstkamp & Zoon & Molijn

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1908 Dürkopp

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007aa 1910 Dürkopp A Dürkopp & Co Phaeton

1910 Dürkopp A Dürkopp & Co Phaeton

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dürkopp-1912-Klisser&Citroen A’dam NL

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1914 Dürkopp Taxi

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1914-Dürkopp-Knipperdolling

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Publicité Dürkopp 1918

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1919 Dürkopp Taxi G-3936, Amsterdam Holland

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1920 Dürkopp-Amstel

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Dürkopp-busse-oldtimer

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Dürkopp Phaeton Karmann

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Dürkopp Charabanc

Foto-AK-Duerkopp-LKW-Omnibus-Reisegaeste

Dürkopp-LKW-Omnibus-Reisegäste

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Dürkopp 3

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Dürkopp G-3930

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Dürkopp Knipperdolling

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Dürkopp museum auto-p8b

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Dürkopp Phaeton

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Dürkopp

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Dürkopp bus detail

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Dürkopp M10, 1936-1939

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Dürkopp L3 in Bielefeld

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1935 dürkopp 98k

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1939 Dürkopp met Sachs 98cc motor

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1952 Dürkopp MD 200

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1953 Dürkopp MD 150

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Durkopp MD 150 01

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1953 Dürkopp

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1955 Scooters Dürkopp Diana

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Ardie & Dürkopp Motorräder

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dürkopp logo

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Dürkopp 150

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Dürkopp Diana

durkopp_round_stickers

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Dürkopp Moped 1961

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Dürkopp MD 150

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Dürkopp M-MD200

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Dürkopp Scooter met zijspan DIANA

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dürkopp iphone 4 cover

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Filed Under: ADLERBicyclesCarsDÜRKOPPHallfordKarmannLevassorMotorcycles,OLD BUSESPanhardSACHSSAUERSCOOTERSSewingmachines

Buses bodybuilder CARRIER France

Busbuilder CARRIER France

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Carrier LOGO

This chapter features pictures of French Carrier buses from four decades. Carrier is a long-established bus body builder. All the bodies seem to have been built on Renault-chassis, though they might very well have built some on, for example Mercedes. Their emphasis seems to have been on mid-size buses used for school and personnel transport. A major client has been the French army. Air France had some on Charles de Gaulle platform services. Fair numbers have also been exported to (former) French colonies and overseas departments such as Madagascar, Reunion and Cameroon. In addition to building bodywork, they also were involved in adapting the Saviem/Renault SG2 van as a bus. Apparently they are trying their luck in the large bus business now, as have other small French bodybuilders such as Trouillet.

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(1958) Renault R2168 . Carrier

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Carrier Renault 60s

03a RENAULT PC 27 S carrosserie Carrier

RENAULT PC 27 S carrosserie Carrier

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Carrier Renault 80s School Bus France

01a Carrier

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Carrier Renault bus Madagascar 70s

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Carrier Renault SG4 Madagascar

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Renault Carrier . Ex-French CRS

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France Renault Carrier 80s © John Veerkamp

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Carrier Renault Autocar

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Madagascar Renault Carrier 60s © John Veerkamp

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Madagascar Saviem Carrier 70s © John Veerkamp

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Madagascar Saviem Carrier 70s © John Veerkamp

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Prison – Police – Model origin FR. Renault Carrier

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Renault Carrier 1989 Public service vehicle Bus

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Renault Carrier 24 Seater . Ex-D.T.A.T

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RENAULT CARRIER

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Renault Carrier

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Renault Carrier

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Renault Bestelwagen 10o0kg en 1400kg build by Carrier 1954

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RENAULT Goélette ambulance carrossée par Carrier

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RENAULT Goélette ambulance carrossée par Carrier

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Renault R 2065 4×2 Carrier 1957 Ambulance

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Reunion Carrier Renault 97 © John Veerkamp

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Renault SG4-Carrier Bus © John Veerkamp

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Renault Goulette Ambulance 1962

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Renault Goulette by Carrier

26 Carrier Saviem motorhome

Carrier Saviem motorhome

27 Carrier CRS SG3 EL24 bus

Carrier CRS SG3 EL24 bus

000 1927 - Ambulance de la Carrosserie Carrier sur châssis Renault

Ambulance de la Carrosserie Carrier sur châssis Renault

Filed Under: CARRIERFRANCEMercedes BenzOLD BUSESRENAULTSAVIEM,Trouillet

 

Buses, Cycles, Motorcycles, Cars, Aeroplanes, Airships, CLÉMENT-BAYARD France

Cycles, Motorcycles, Cars, Buses, Aeroplanes, Airships, CLÉMENT-BAYARD France

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Clément Bayard

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolphe_Cl%C3%A9ment-Bayard

http://bonjourdeputeaux.free.fr/voyage5/02.htm

Normaly when I make a blog it is about buses, but it would be a very small chapter when I leave it by Adolphe Clément Bayard by buses. His live was very interesting and buses were only a part of the lots of ways of transportation he made.

Adolphe Clément begon eerst met de Gladiator, opgericht door Alexandre Darracq, en gaf zijn eerste voertuig de naam van Clement-Gladiator. Hij was ook de directeur van Panhard & Levassor.

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1895 Gladiator catalogue

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Cycles Gladiator Clément Bayard

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Cycles Gladiator Clément Bayard

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Cycles Gladiator Clément-Bayard

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1895 Gladiator catalogue

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1895 Gladiator catalogue

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1895 Gladiator catalogue

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Clement 1902 114HP 1 125cc

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Clément Bayard fietsen

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Clément Bayard Type B 142 cc 1903

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Clément Model D 1904 motorblok

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Clément V4 1500 cm3

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Clément Bayard

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Clément Bayard

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1903 Gladiator light Car Clement Bayard

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Clément Bayard Tonneau

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 1904 Vanderbilt cup – Albert Clément (Clément-Bayard 80hp)

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1906 Diatto Clément-Bayard

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1907 Clément Bayard 2VT Tourer

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1910 Clément Bayard Torpedo

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1911 CLÉMENT BAYARD AC4B

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1911 Clement Gabriel circuit de Dieppe 1911 Clément Bayard

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1912 CLÉMENT BAYARD

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1913 Clément Bayard 10-12 HP

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1914 CLÉMENT-BAYARD CB2 TOURER

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Clément – Bayard de 1913

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Clément Bayard Bleu 1913

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Clément Bayard met De Dion motor

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Clément-Bayard Open Tourer

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Darracq-1904-Aertnijs NL

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Clément Bayard-1904-Stokvis Arnhem NL

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Clément Bayard Melbourne Australia

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Albert Clément driving a Clément-Bayard at the French Grand Prix 1906

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Clément-Bayard Automobielen-1905-03-NAM Den Haag NL

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Clément-Bayard-1913-Stokvis Arnhem NL

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Clément-Bayard-Partly-Armored-MG-Car-1914

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Clément-Bayard-1919-Spoormaker Rotterdam Holland

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Diatto-1923 Rotterdam NL

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Clément-Bayard-badge

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Bussen Clement Bayard Omnibus 12-18HP 4cyl

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Bussen Clement Bayard Omnibus 20HP

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Clément-Bayard DD bus dirigible circa 1908

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1912 Clément-Bayard monoplane

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1913 Clément Bayard Aeroplane

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a 4-cyl, 45-h.p. Clément Bayard motor

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Clement-Bayard Biplane

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Clément-Bayard Biplane

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The Clément-Bayard tractor biplane

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Clément-Bayard dubbeldekker

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Clément-Bayard monoplane

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Clément-Bayard

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The Clément Bayard stand

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The Clément-Bayard Aeroplane

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The Clément-Bayard stand at the Paris Salon

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The tail of the new Clément-Bayard monoplane

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This 100 hp Clément Bayard powered machine

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Clément-Bayard hangar

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Clement-Bayard Zeppelin

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Balloon Clement Bayard Accident Seine river Photo 1909

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Clément-Bayard accident

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Clément-Bayard dirigible, France

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Clement Bayard Puteaux

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Clement-Bayard Puteaux

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Filed Under: AEROPLANESAirshipsBusbuilderBUSESCarrossierCarsClement-BayardCyclesDarracqDiattoFRANCELevassorMotorcyclesPanhardZeppelin

Buses Jiangsu CHANGLONG Bus Co., Ltd. China

Buses Jiangsu Changlong Bus Co., Ltd. China

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Changlong Logo

China is a big manufactor from buses. They al all modern, and there is not much history yet.

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City bus YS6110SG,View double-decker city bus, ChangLong

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Scania N310UA 13.8M fitted Chang Long Body

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Articulated city bus YS6180G,View articulated bus, ChangLong Mercedes

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 Coach bus YS6708,View 7 meter coach bus, ChangLong

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City bus YS6750G,View city bus 7meter, ChangLong

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CHANGLONG  MINI BUS  YS6718

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Coach bus YS6900,View Coach bus 9 meter, ChangLong

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Changlong Environmental Electric City Bus

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City bus YS6120G,View city bus design, ChangLong

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Coach bus YS6108,View coach bus for sale, ChangLong

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Tourist bus YS6120E4Q1,View tourist passenger bus, ChangLong

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Changlong (ALFA) CNG (New Energy) City bus YS6990NG

Filed Under: BUSESCHANGLONGCHINA

Buses + more FIAT Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino Italy II

Buses FIAT Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino Italy II

In Part one we came till 1950.

Now it’s time to go further:

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The different logos that are used for FIAT

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fiat 1938-1959

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1950 FIAT 18979s ROMA

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1950 Ancona Filobus FIAT 668

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1950 Ancona Filobus FIAT 2401 Cansa n21

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1950 FIAT 401

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1950 Fiat 640 CARROZZERIA BARBI SPA

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1950 FIAT 642

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1950 Fiat 668 filobus CT

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1950 Fiat 668F trolleybus OMS Stanga

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1950 Fiat 680 CARROZZERIA BARBI SPA

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1950 Fiat 680 Cattellan  BusTur 4

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1950 FIAT 680 RN BARBI

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1950 Fiat 680 RN CARROZZERIA BARBI SPA

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1950 FIAT 680 Ru Viberti CV5

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1950 FIAT Moskou

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1950 FIAT TROLLEY 2187 b 04298

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1950 fiat-401

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1950 fiat-668 OMS Stanga

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1950 fiat-668

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1950 fiat-668

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1950 Vrachtwagen-Fiat-626

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1951 fiat 411 M 10676cc

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1951 FIAT 626 RNL body by Aeronautica d’Italia

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1951 FIAT 626 RNL body by Aeronautica d’Italia

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1951 FIAT 626 RNL body by Aeronautica d’Italia

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1951 Fiat 680

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1951 Varesina Fiat 1500 built to advertise CIS

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1952 Fiat 405 Salerno Filobus

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1952 Fiat 405

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1952 Fiat 405

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1952 Fiat 505 Roma

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1952 Fiat 672 05986a

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 1952 FIAT villani-a-bus-made-by-menarini-of-bologna-used-by-the-business-tulli-di-sezze

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1952 fiat-401

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1952 fiat-405

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1952 fiat-405

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1953 Fiat 401 UM

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1953 FIAT 642 RN panoramico Carrozzeria BARBI spa

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1953 Fiat 680 RN

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1953 Fiat 682 Carrozzeria BARBI spa

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1953 Fiat 682 Carrozzeria BARBI spa

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1953 FIAT 682 RN SUPERPANORAMICO BARBI

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1953 Fiat 682 RN

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1953 FIAT 682 Viberti CV6

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1953 fiat-405

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1953 Granturismo FIAT 680 Carrozzeria Barbi

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1953 Interno Fiat 680 RN Carrozzeria BARBI spa

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1954 Fiat 401 UM Aerfer

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1954 Fiat 401 UM Aerfer

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1954 Fiat 404 UP

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1954 Fiat 411 Cansa

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1954 Fiat 680 RN Cansa in Divorzio all italiana

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1954 FIAT 682 RN BARBI

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1954 Fiat 682 RN CARROZZERIA BARBI SPA

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1954 Fiat 682.RN Viberti CV.7

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1954 fiat-668

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1955 Fiat 306

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1955 FIAT 666 RN Aeronautica d Ítalia 1955

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1955 Fiat 682.RN Viberti CV.6

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1955 FIAT 682-125 carrozzato Romanazzi

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1955 Fiat OM Super Taurus

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1955 fiat-409

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1956 FIAT 682-125 carrozzato Romanazzi

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1956 Fiat 306 I ed. CARROZZERIA BARBI SPA

1956 Fiat 680 bus-storico

1956 Fiat 680 bus-storico

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1956 Fiat 692.RN Viberti CV.6

1958 fiat 309 Menarini

1958 fiat 309 menarini

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1956 Fiat 2411 Monotral Snodato Viberti

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 1956 fiat-409

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 1956 fiat-um-01

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1957 FIAT alb054 Carrozzeria BARBI spa 072

1958 577 viale isonzo-Stefano Paolini

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1958 FIAT 401

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1958 FIAT 405 Autobus

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1958 Fiat 626 RNL Ambrosini & Botta in Scampolo 

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1958 Fiat 626 RNL Ambrosini & Botta in Scampolo

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1958 FIAT 680 BusInt21

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1958 FIAT 2411 Cansa – Menarini – CGE  I

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1958 Fiat 2411 Cansa CGE bus

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1958 Fiat viberti ATM 548 01

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1958 fiat-309

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1958 fiat-309 Siccar

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1958 fiat-405

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1958 fiat-405

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1958 fiat-409

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1958 fiat-413

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1958 fiat-414

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1958 filobus storico della linea in questione Fiat 2411 San Remo

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1958 filosnodato Fiat 2472 Viberti CGE

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1959 Fiat 306-2 con carrozzeria Viberti © Leandro Tavolare

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1959 Fiat 309

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1959 fiat 309

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1959 Fiat 314

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1959 Fiat 666 RN SFW

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1959 fiat-414

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1960 Autobus FIAT 410

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fiat 1959-1965

End of Part II

Filed Under: ABARTHAERFERAeronauticaALFA ROMEOAmbrosini & Botta,AMBULANCESAutobianchiBARBIBusbuilderBUSESCANSACARROZZERIAFerrari,FiatITALYIVECOMaseratiMenariniOpelOrlandiRomanazziSiccarStangaTAXI,TrolleybusesTrucksVaresinaVibertiVW

Buses Fa. F.A. DE RAADT en J. KISTEMAKER – NACO Purmerend The Netherlands

Buses Fa. F.A. de Raadt & J. Kistemaker – NACO Purmerend The Netherlands

http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nederlandsche_Auto_Car_Onderneming

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De Raadt en Kistenmaker Purmerend

02 niet opa Cor de Raadt

opa Cor de Raadt oprichter NACO

Uit commentaar van de fam. de Raadt zelf blijkt dat dit niet Opa de Raadt,

de oprichter is. Misschien gewoon een chauffeur dus. Wie het weet mag het 

laten weten dan vul ik het aan.

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conductrices NACO 1949

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G-58602 Kromhout carr. Verheul (1940) NACO

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GX-5436 Bedford carr. Verheul NACO-bus

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GZ-92 NACO-bus

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GZ-94727 GZ-94722 GZ-93049 3x Crossley GZ-67 Crossley carr. De Schelde

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GZ-94728 NACO-bus

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Kromhout bus in (slaap)kamer (foto Niestadt)

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NACO 32

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Dodge NACO 533

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Leyland Verheul NACO 816

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NACO 2049, Lijn W, Pont Velsen (1955)

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NACO 2438, Lijn AG, Castricum aan Zee (1958) Scania Vabis

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NACO 5150

4Leyland NACO 5172

5NACO 5328

6NACO 5615 (1956) Verheul

7NACO 5634 (1957) AEC Verheul

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Hanomag Henschel F 20 NACO 7746

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NACO Alkmaar 999, Lijn 98, Stationsplein Alkmaar (1973) Leyland Verheul

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NACO Alkmaar 1013 Stationsplein Alkmaar (1949)

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NACO Alkmaar 1017, 1776, 1742, Friese Brug Alkmaar (1952)

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NACO Alkmaar 1038, Adelaarsweg

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NACO Alkmaar 1742, Doetinchem (1950) b

14NACO Alkmaar 1742, Doetinchem (1950)

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NACO Alkmaar 2427, Lijn AD, Zaandam (1949) Scania Vabis

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Scania Vabis NACO Alkmaar 2566 SB-06-14 Monnickendam 1960 tuuur

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NACO Alkmaar 5151, Prins Hendrikkade Leyland Verheul

18NACO Alkmaar 6705, Lijn KA, Kanaalkade Alkmaar (1972) DAF

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NACO Alkmaar 6709, Lijn 106, Stationsplein Alkmaar (1972) DAF

20NACO Alkmaar 6721, Lijn W, Stationsweg Alkmaar DAF

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NACO Alkmaar 6726, Lijn X, Stationsplein Alkmaar

22NACO Alkmaar 7523, Waterlooplein Leyland

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NACO Alkmaar 7524, Stationsweg Alkmaar Leyland

24NACO Alkmaar 7630, Lijn W (1967) Leyland

25

NACO Alkmaar, Velsertunnel (1957)

26NACO Alkmaar, Velsertunnel, Beverwijk (1957)

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NACO bus 5062 Amsterdam Waterlooplein Leyland Verheul

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NACO bus 7062 Hoorn NS Leyland van Hool

29NACO NB-60-69, Stationsplein Alkmaar, (1955)

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NTM Leeuwarden 4201, Lijn SB, Terpstraat Wieringermeer (1960)

31Scania Vabis Verheul NACO

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