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Auto Quiz #320 - FINISHED

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Sorry for my late announcement of the result. 

1934     Ford Koeln Kabriolet by Glaeser

The Ford Koeln was based on the Model Y that was introduced in 1932 in England. The Koeln was build from 1933 - 1936 in Cologne /Germany while the Model Y was build from 1932 - 1937 in Dagenham/UK. There are a few controversies  about the coach builder. According to Ford Classic Car department in Cologne it is a Glaeser body, other sources like Ford Y & C Register say it is a Deutsch body. The engine was a 923 ccm 4 cylinder with 23hp.


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German coach builders have produced some stunning cabriolets over the years, but in this case, the proportions don't quite work, it looks a little bit like a kid wearing his father's suite. I'd imagine that it would be pretty heavy too, so with only 23 hp you would have plenty of time to admire the view. Once again, a really interesting trawl through the internet finding out all about the subject, thank you.


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