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Top Ten Cutest German Transporters Top Ten Cutest German Transporters

Today is my son Nakita’s best friend Wolfgang’s birthday! Hooray! Wolfgang is fascinated by old German transporters. He asked me to make a post like the one I made for Nakita for his birthday. Gathered here is his top 10 best transporters. Enjoy! :)

Top Ten Most Beautiful German Cars of the 1930s Top Ten Most Beautiful German Cars of the 1930s

Today is my son Nakita’s birthday! Hooray! The 1930s is his favourite decade in the German automotive and motorcycle industry. Gathered here is his top 10 best looking vehicles of the 1930s. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1938 Concept Cars of 1938

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1938. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1947 Concept Cars of 1947

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1947. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1951 Concept Cars of 1951

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1951. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1972 Concept Cars of 1972

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1972. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1987 Concept Cars of 1987

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1987. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1948 Concept Cars of 1948

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1948. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1990 Concept Cars of 1990

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Ah, the 90’s, my favourite decade. Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1976. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1952 Concept Cars of 1952

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1952. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1934 Concept Cars of 1934

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos, er, I mean two photos of forgotten concept cars from 1934. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1983 Concept Cars of 1983

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1983. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1976 Concept Cars of 1976

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1976. Enjoy! :)

​Concept Cars of 1940 ​Concept Cars of 1940

Welcome to the latest installation of the new Concept Cars blog! Gathered here is a collection of photos, er, I mean one single photo of a forgotten concept car from 1940. Enjoy! :)

Concept Cars of 1969 Concept Cars of 1969

Welcome to the first installation of the new Concept Cars blog! It’s going to be an exciting adventure. Gathered here is a collection of photos of well known and forgotten concept cars from 1969. Enjoy! :)

The Birth of the People's Car (I/IV)

Volkswagen Käfer… The cute little car everybody loves. Unlike many car histories, Käfer’s was thoroughly documented because it changed the way the world looked at cars. Everybody knows it was developed by NSDAP engineers. The question is, did they? This is a photo documentary detailing the Käfer’s history during the…

The Birth of the People's Car (II/IV) The Birth of the People's Car (II/IV)

The construction of a 108 km (67 mi) long section of the Reichsautobahn, between Frankfurt am Main and Darmstadt, was completed on 19 Mai. The NSDAP hosted an opening ceremony in Frankfurt am Main where thousands of people gathered. There Hitler gave a speech, explaining that the construction project put thousands of…

The Birth of the People's Car (III/IV) The Birth of the People's Car (III/IV)

In early Januar, as the Volkswagen development was slowly winding down. Porsche decided to expand its business portfolio. Bringing its consulting, constructing, design, research and testing departments under one roof. The firm moved to a bigger facility at Spitalwaldstraße 2 in Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, 9 km (5 mi)…

The Birth of the People's Car (IV/IV) The Birth of the People's Car (IV/IV)

Amazingly, enough blueprints, scale models, prototypes and GP race cars survived the war to tell the tale. Here is a collection of photos of restored and reproduced cars. Most of them can be seen on display at the Porsche Museum in Porscheplatz, Stuttgart-Zuffenhausen, and the Autostadt and the Stiftung AutoMuseum…

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