All vehicles at the Autotron show, usually held three times a year, are for sale. And most of them at affordable prices. Well then, let’s step in a time machine and hop from country to country, from decade to decade. In a random order, just like all the vehicles displayed at the show. Enjoy the flight.
1976 Mercedes-Benz 200, W115-series; 95 hp from its two liter 4-cylinder gasoline engine.
Big and tall, a 1935 Rolls Royce Phantom.
1975 DAF 46. Air cooled 844 cc 2-cylinder boxer engine, De Dion rear axle.
Volkswagen T1 double cab pickup in a very bright shade of blue.
The original. A 1970 Fiat 500 L.
1956 Chevy with a 6-cylinder, plenty of Americans from the fifties visited the show.
Wonderful classic Renault truck.
The norm, regardless the weight class: drop down sideboards and a completely flat cargo bed on top of the rear wheels.
1950 Chevrolet Styleline Sport Coupe.
The only Japanese car I saw.
This 1974 Honda N600 Touring.
Running on LPG now, this 1943 GMC military truck.
1972 Volvo 142 DL with Turbo rims.
By far the oldest car at the show, a 1902 Oldsmobile Curved Dash, Model R.
1964 Bentley S3.
1982 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 with a V8 diesel.
1986 Mercedes-Benz 300 SE, W126-series S-Class. Its three liter 6-cylinder engine clearly visible.
Neat little 1966 Renault Dauphine Gordini.
Two common cars from my childhood in the seventies.
The Ford Escort Mk1 and the Renault 16. Old school vs modern times.
A proud member of the Mopar-family…
…a 1966 Dodge Coronet.
1979 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith II in an excellent condition.
1950 Simca 8.
This one literally stood out from the crowd.
A 1972 Saab Sonett III V4.
1959 Plymouth Belvedere.
LHD 1972 Lotus Europa Twin Cam, Type 65.
Typical European family car from the seventies, a 1976 Ford Escort Mk2 with a 1,300 cc engine.
1992 Chevrolet Camaro RS 25th Anniversary.
1974 BMW 1602 in the well-known BMW shade of orange.
I’m very sure that we will see these more and more at the shows in the upcoming years, the mighty Mercedes-Benz W140-series S-Class. Above a 1995 S500 Lang (Long) with a 320 hp five liter V8.
A cult vehicle these days, the Citroën 2CV.
Old soldiers never die. Needs no further introduction.
1963 Dodge Custom 880.
1976 Lancia Monte Carlo.
Phenomenal Benz cruiser.
A 1966 250 SE Coupe, W111-series.
1962 Buick Skylark.
Another round soon, on the CC-channel.