Oldtimer picture gallery. Cars. Renault Juvaquatre.

76k WW2 photo of Renault Juvaquatre44k WW2 photo of Renault Juvaquatre
Renault AEB 1, AEB 2, AEB 3, AGZ 1, BFK 1, BFK 2,
BFK 4 (post-war), AHG 1, AHG 2 (Break)
(Data for 1946-1948)
Years of production: 1937 - 1940 (AEB), 1946 - 1948
(Camionnette - 1939-1940, 1946-1950)
Overall production: Juvaquatre - 40681 (Camionnette - ?)
4x2 front motor rear wheel drive car, frame based
Body types:
39k WW2 photo of Renault Juvaquatre71k factory photo of Renault Juvaquatre2-door 4-seater Coupe, 2-door 4-seater sliding roof Coupe,
3-door 4-seater Camionnette (break), 3-door Fourgonette, coach
Engine: Renault 488, 24hp/3500rpm, carburettor straight 4-cyl.
4-stroke SV, 1003cc
Bore/Stroke: 58/95 mm
Compression ratio: 6,4 : 1
Water pump cooling
Feeding: by fuel pump
35k WW2 photo of Renault Juvaquatre57k WW2 photo of Renault JuvaquatrePistons type and material: ?
Cold clearance between tappet and valve stem:
intake - ?mm, exhaust - ?mm
Length: 372,2cm (Camionnette - 373cm),
width: 1400mm, height: 154cm
Wheelbase: 2350mm (pre-1939 - 2273mm), road clearance: 185mm
Front wheel track: 1160mm; rear track: 1160mm
Turning radius: 4500 mm
41k WW2 photo of Renault Juvaquatre19k photo of Renault Juvaquatre of Louis CarroyCarburettor: Solex 26 AIC (I'm not sure in this "6")
Dimensions: diffusor - ?mm; main jet - ?; sprayer jet - ?; idling jet - ?/?;
accelerator jet - ?;
between float's top and bottom of float chamber - ?mm
Ignition system: battery (6V), battery capacity - 90 A*h
Interrupter-distributor type: ?
Contact clearance: ? mm
39k 1939 prospect of Renault Juvaquatre AGZ camionette1939 prospect of Renault Juvaquatre AGZ camionetteGenerator type and power: ?
Starter type and power: ?; ?hp
Spark plugs type: ?; 14mm; electrode clearance: ? mm
Cylinder firing order: 1-3-4-2
Steering type: worm type
Clutch: dry single plate
Clutch pedal clearance: ?mm
Gearbox: 3-speed + 1 back
Ratios: I - 2,92, II - 1,58, III - 1,00, back - 3,82
Differential ratio: 5,143 : 1
Front suspension: transverse leaf, independent
Rear suspension: rigid, beam axle, sprung by transverse leaf
Hydraulical dampers
Hydraulical (mechanical until some year?) foot brakes on all wheels
Hand brakes: Mechanical, on 2 wheels
Weight, ready to run: 760 (725?) kg (coupe), 790 kg (Camionnette)
Maximal load of axles: front - ? kg, rear - ? kg
Maximal speed: 95 km/h (highway), 81km/h (Camionnette)
Tyres: 4,75-16 inches (or 155x408 inches, pressure for them - in parentheses)
Tyre pressures (atmospheres): front - 1,5 (1,3), rear - 1,5 (1,3)
Fuel tank capacity: 38 L
Petrol consumption: 7 L/100km (highway), 10 L/100km (normal rhytm)
Cooling system capacity: 7 L of water
Oil carter capacity: engine - 3,75 L; gearbox - 0,45 L; differential - 0,5 L

More old photos of Renault Juvaquatre:
1. Renault Juvaquatre (31839A) captured by the Germans, Belgium, 76k WW2 photo.
2. 1946 poster, 58k photo.
3. Renault Juvaquatre captured by the Germans, 46k WW2 photo.
4. Renault Juvaquatre in Rouen, France, 36k WW2 photo.
5. 1937 poster, 20k photo.
6. 1938 prospect, 20k photo.
7. 1939 prospect, AGZ camionette inner dimensions, 15k photo.
8. 1930's prospect, 15k photo.
9. 1939 prospect, AGZ camionette cab, 8k photo.
10. 1939 prospect, AGZ camionette engine compartment, 6k photo.
11. 1939 prospect, AGZ camionette front suspension, 6k photo.
12. 1939 prospect, AGZ camionette engine, 5k photo.

Photos are from:
eBay Deutschland.
eBay Belgique.
eBay France.
Yannick Philipp Schwarz (Kassel, Germany). This Renault on the side view was the car of Louis Carroy (on the driver's seat), great-grandfather of Yannick Philipp, grandmother is sitting in, and great-great-grandfather sitting on the side and great-grandmother behind the car.
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