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The SVVS Website currently receives approximately 500,000 hits a year and the "HELP PAGE" is internationally the most visited 'page' on the site. We receive numerous e-mails from historians and motoring enthusiasts from all over the world with the request to identify vehicles from old photographs. We can help with identification of Classic cars because most of us are old enough to remember them as new, and owning Vintage photo  or Veteran vehicles, many of us, and/or our associates, are also specialists in own make or type of vehicle  -   These Help Pages are therefore devoted to some of the interesting enquiries received, and information that we have provided.  While page is being built, enquiries are in received order, - when completed,  cars are in year order:

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Page143 below relates to enquiries received during 2019Click on picture to enlarge
IDENTIFICATION/DATING:  SVVS HELP PAGES have some 3,500 Enquiries Received & Identified

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1925 Morris Oxford 13.9  Bullnose
Splendid photo sent to us by Mike Charlton (UK) of a car that belonged to one of his great-uncles in late 1920s, early 1930s, and the country was England. He has looked on the internet and nearest match he has found is a 1929 Singer Junior, but significant, differences between the two. -- Significant differences indeed because it is from a different manufacturer. The primary difference is that this has a round (bullet) 'bullnose' radiator. This is cca 1925 Morris Oxford 13.9  Bullnose Tourer.

1925 Morris Oxford 13.9  Bullnose Tourer

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:Probably 1908 Berliet Sports Phaeton
Our regular contributor Mark Dawber (New Zealand) is trying to identify the vehicle posted by Michael Schlenger on Facebook, being a French postcard. --  Our veterans expert Ariejan Bos advises the car is (almost) without doubt a rarely seen 6 cylinder 1907 or 1908 Berliet Sports Phaeton. There are a couple of Berliet C2 22hp Double Phaetons still arround, but from the bonnet this is one of the bigger ones, possibly the 40. They had a range of 16,22,40,60 and 90Hp Mercedes type cars,

Probably 1908 Berliet Sports Phaeton

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1907 De Dion-Bouton Double Berline
Cinema screen grab taken from a Belgian film " Rolande met de bles"  made in 1976 where cars are being investigated by IMCDB. Romantic comedy centerd on Flemish values versus modern exploitation. --  This vehicle was sold by Bonhams in 2018 for 184,000 Euros (£164,000) in Paris. This is a cca 1907 De Dion-Bouton Type AX 15 HP Double Berline body by Roussille Fils of Bergerac. Body name derives from two railway carriages put together and visiting card in upholstery suggests 1908.

1907 De Dion-Bouton AX Double Berline

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1914 Calcott 10.5 HP Two Seater
Photo posted on AACA website by Saltbush saying any help would be appreciated in identifying this vehicle. A car in Tasmania, Australia, captioned  as a single-seater.   --  This vehicle is a two-Seater with Dickey for two more, -  little ones. It is a British car  made in Coventry. Rad has relatively sharp leading edges, also has slightly elongated sidelights and no door handle so this is a cca 1914 Calcott 10.5 HP Two Seater & Dickey with a 1.5 L engine. Bought by Singer in 1926.

1914 Calcott 10.5 HP Two Seater

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:c1932 Framo LT 200 Van
Cinema screen grab taken from a German film "Der Traum von Olympia Die Nazi-Siele von 1936" (The Olympic Dream - The 1936 Nazi Games) made in 2016 where cars are being investigated by IMCDB. Docudrama about Jewish high jumper Gretel Bergmann. --  This vehicle is one of a number of three-wheelers popular in Germany during this period. Not a very clear picture but there isd a pronounced housing above the headlight and behind the petrol tank. This is a cca 1932 Framo LT 200.

1932 Framo LT 200.Van

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1927 Lancia Lambda Pick-up
Cinema screen grab taken from an Italian film "Auguri e figli maschi!" (Greetings and sons!) made in 1951  where cars are being investigated by IMCDB. The film is about three men planning to marry sisters and ask prospective father-in-law to buy them flats. --  This has been suggested as a Fiat 521 but is in fact a cca 1927 Lancia Lambda Pick-up. Recognisable by the tell tale louvres in the scuttle and high level headlights. Could be a home-made conversion, with odd wheels.

c1927 Lancia Lambda Pick-up

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: c1936 GAZ M1 Saloon
Puzzling photo received from Stephen Resar (USA) which seems to have been obtained from Depositphotos website which is a royalty-free photography agency in USA but founded in Ukraine. Stephen says this is a difficult one he would like to identify, but the photo site has no information to assist.  --  We can help. The origins of Depositphotos may help because this car was made in Nizhny Novgorod in Russian and is a cca 1936 GAZ M1 Saloon based on the Ford Model B, no spare tyre.

 c1936 GAZ M1 Saloon

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1926 FIAT 503 Torpedo
Another photo received from Giorgio Tardi (Italy) which he took in Madeira. He was not able to see it in detail and  wandered what the make and model of the vehicle was. --  From shape of radiator and badge, this car is Italian and was made in Turin by Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino. This was a follow-on model to the 501 and 42,000 vehicles with differing coachworks were produced between 1926 and 1927. This is cca 1926 FIAT 503 Torpedo with 4 cylinder 1460cc engine.

c1926 FIAT 503 Torpedo

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1902 Quadrant Autocyclette Forecar
Couple of  interesting phots received from Anthony T. Sparling (Ceylon) taken in Ceylon of a relative Alec Charles Hayle. Photos from different sources but may have been taken at same time as clothes are same. --  This vehicle is called a Forecar or Tricar, and was made by motorcycle companies. This one was made in Birmingham and is a cca 1902 Quadrant Autocyclette with a Minerva 211cc four stroke engine. These were motorcycles without forks, and a two-wheeled carriage attached.

1902 Quadrant Autocyclette Forecar

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1929 Chevrolet Coach
Another interesting photo received from Giorgio Tardi (Italy) who took it sitting in a cafe in Madeira. He was not able to see the front and wandered what was the make of vehicle. --  Very difficult to tell from this angle but as the bus company logo was on the side of the vehicle, a little detective work on classic busses in Madeira revealed that this is a cca 1929 Chevrolet 17 Passenger Coach operated by Empresa de Automóveis do Caniço, costal town close to Madeira's capital Funchal.

1929 Chevrolet 17 Passenger Coach

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1925 Ballot 2LTS Transformable
Another interesting photo received from Anthony T. Sparling (Ceylon) of his grandfather, Wilfred Eustace Sparling 1886-1944, who retired from tea planting in Ceylon to live in his villa in Beauvallon, South of France.  Photo is notated "The pass at the Col de la Croix Haut 19th May 1926". --  Relatively unusual  French car from maker of marine engines. In 1921 they were persuaded to design racing cars with great sucess. This is an expensive performance cca 1925 Ballot 2LTS Transformable.

925 Ballot 2LTS Transformable

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:c1908 Horch Landaulette
Puzzling photo received from Par Sorlinden (Sweden) featured on Antique automobile club of Sweden's website. The registration number A996 was registered 8th September 1910 in Stockholm, but the manufacturer is not noted. --  First reaction to the logo is International Harvester but nothing else fits for the year. IHC vehicles were of the 'high-wheeler' type.I has seen a similar logo before and our Ariejan Bos advises c1908 Horch Landaulette of which few in Sweden before WW1.

c1908 Horch Landaulette

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1912 Humber Tourer poss 28HP
Bunch of photos sent to us by Graham Ball (UK) this one of a side-on car being driven by his great grandfather but no details available of year. Looking through this website it looks like a 1912 Humber 28hp tourer? --  We agree this looks very much like a Humber Tourer. Unfortunately not enough of the car can be seen tobe sure of the model but a rounded bulkhead and the type of the centre of the wheelhubs suggest a biggish c1912-13 Humber which came in quite a few models, possibly a 28HP.

1912 Humber Tourer possibly 28HP

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING:1930 Dunelt 500 Combo
Our regular contributor Mark Dawber (New Zealand) is trying to identify the vehicle posted on the internet and wandered if it was a Dunelt? --  Our motorcycle guru Chas Moody advises picture probably in the UK, but British machines did command a high price in NZ. Dunelt made motorcycles from 1919 to '35, re-entering the trade in 1955 with a 49cc moped. The one pictured is a four stroke single with the 496cc OHV Sturmey engine with twin exhausts and would be c1930 Dunelt Combo.

1930 Dunelt 500 Combination
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