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Quite an achievement to aquire a bus-chassis in those days. A logo of one of them is the only thing that has histodischer found surviving. Just to small to read the chassis versions.
This Belgian coach builder has build a big portion of the busses in public transportation in Belgium and the Netherlands over the last half of the previous century. Similar in several lines but also with differences. This bus is claimed to be a Blitz.
And a 2nd picture is provided by Christian Papeleux. Sep being a common first name also. Ludewig was one of the pioneers of lightweight sleek busses with the “Arrow” line. Verheul still exists today.
Seen on the Berlin Motor show ? This version came from an Opel truckprofile. Why do I hesitate?
Historischer Kraftverkehr 2/94
It’s mentioned in an article in the of the Commercial Motor archive. Even yistorischer expensive design product like this one was send into the war. An add for the chassis programm in There where build six of it in for the Reichsbahn Schnellverkehr.
The craftmanschip of other coachbuilders in this era end the design sparks that they got from the nations rapid development of transportation must have resulted in other beautiful designs. Even more into the streamline at least three of these where build. By anything useful for the war effort was restricted for export. On the wall of the Essenerstrasse subsidery this picture tells a breathtaking story of design.
The late 30’s and early 40’s where an exciting time. It was used by “Omnibus-Reise-Dienst G. It’s even seen on a Berlin mot0r show.
As see in the picture. Faster airplanes, zeppelins, faster cars on the “autobahn” highway Coachbuilders started to get free from the heavy steal chassis with wooden frames suporting the tin bodies.
I guess someone copied it from a book Which? It was part of a historiscer trip. Pictures came from Christian Papeleux.
Historischer Kraftverkehr 2/94 – Omnibus-Modell-Shop Rhein-Ruhr
By there where other good frames for a splendid bus like this one, but Opel had and still has a very good name in reliability. Distingtifly different at the bonnet. From the rounded corners this must be an inside view from this version. H” opperating from the same street Steelerstrasse.
At the outing with the 3 Aero streamliners and the Mercedes there where many more pictures made