Oldtimer picture gallery. Passenger cars of 1932-1945 generally.

Soviet cars:
Ford-A, II 1930 - late 1931(?) (in Nizhniy Novgorod), XI 1930 - 1931(?) (in Moscow)
G.A.Z.
IZh, 1958, 1966 - , 51k b/w photo of experimental "Ogonyok" from "Ogonyok" magazine, 1958, USSR.
K-1-V, K-1-G, 1947-1949-1951, 3-wheeler motorcycle for invalides
K.I.M.
L-1, 30k image only
Moskvich
N.A.M.I., 1927-1930, 1948, photo of 1929 NAMI-1 chassis
N.A.T.I.
S-1-L, S-3-L, S-3-A
UAZ
ZAZ "Zaporozhets"
Z.i.S./Z.i.L.
Pre-1932 makes, (only some examples)

German cars:
Adler (5,2 % of all German pre-1945 cars in the C.C.C.P. (USSR)), 1899 - 1941
Audi (0,6 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1909 - 1940
Bleichert (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1936 - 1939
B.M.W. (4,2 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1928 - 1943, 1945 -
Borgward (Hansa-Lloyd) (0,3 % (+ 0,9 %), 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1938 - 1940, ? - 1961
Brennabor (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1904 - 1934, 17k photo
Buick, assembly line, ? - 1938 - ?
Bully, 1933 (Berlin)
Butz, 1934 Bungartz & Co (München), 27k picture from Schouwer-Online (with some data about Butz)
Citroën, 1927-1935 Citroën Automobile AG, Köln-Poll, assembly lines
D.K.W. (4,2 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1928 - 1942, ? - 1966
Essex (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), ? - 1930 - 1933 - ?
Ford (3,6 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1931 - 1941, 1948 -
Framo (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1934 - 1935
Goliath (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1928 - 1963, 19k photo
Hanomag (2,6 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1924 - 1940
Hansa-Lloyd (Borgward) (0,9 % (+ 0,3 %), 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1905 - 1938
Hercules (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1933, 10k picture from advertising
Horch (1,6 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1900 - 1943, 1945
Krupp (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1939 - 1940, 88k b/w photos
KdF (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1939 - 1945,
Maybach (0,6 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1922 - 1941
Mercedes-Benz (21,4 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), (1901) - 1926 - 1943, 1946 -
N.A.G. (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1901 - 1934, 21k b/w photo
Neander, 1934 - 1939, prototypes only, never in series
NSU-FIAT (0,9 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), (1905) - 1934 - 1966
Opel (48,1 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1899 - 1943, 1946 -
Phänomen (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1907 - 1927, 1934 - 1935, 1941 - 1943
Rollfix (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1933 - 1936, 5k photo from FIAT 500 I. G. Lippe
Röhr (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1928 - 1935
Simson-Supra (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1911 - 1933, 22k b/w photo
Standard (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1933 - 1935 (No pictures)
Stoewer (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1898 - 1944
Tempo (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1933 - 1956
Tornax (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1934 - 1937
Trippel (0 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1941 - 1944
Volkswagen (see KdF)
Wanderer (5,5 %, 1945, C.C.C.P.), 1911 - 1943
Pre-1932 makes, (only some examples)

American cars:
American Austin, 1930-1934
American Bantam, 1936-1941
Amphibian Car Corporation (A.C.C.), 1941-1943?, 19k from: Bart Vanderveen "Historic Military Vehicles Directory"
Arrowbile/Aerobile, 1937, 8(?) prototypes only, 26k and 17k photo courtesy of Lou MacMillan (California, USA)
Auburn, 1900-1937
Bantam, see American Bantam, 1936-1941
Bobbi-Kar, 1945-1947
Brewster, 1915-1925, 1934-1936
Buick, 1904-1942, 1946-
Cadillac, 1903-1942, 1946-
Californian, 1945-1946
Checker, 1923-1937-?, 1960-1982, 21k photo 1937 Checker ex-taxi from Hemmings Motor News
Chevrolet, 1911-1942, 1946-
Chrysler, 1923-1942, 1946-
Continental, 1933-1934, 9k photo from Continental Motors Car information site and Wayne R. McLaughlin Sr., Iowa, USA
Convaircar, 1941-1948
Cord, 1929-1932, 1936-1937
Crosley, 1939-1942, 1946-1952, 14k 1939 Crosley 1A 2-cyl. conv. sedan from Kruse International
Cunningham, 1907-1933, 14k b/w photo from Wayne R. McLaughlin Sr., Iowa, USA
Cushman, 1945-
De Soto, 1928-1942, 1946-1961
Detroit Electric, 1907-1942
De Vaux, 1931-1933(1932?), 41k 1932 6-cyl. sport coupe from Kruse International
Dodge, 1914-
Duesenberg, 1920-1937
duPont, 1920-1932
Durant, 1921-1932
Dymaxion, 1934, 3 prototypes only, 15k and 20k photo courtesy of Lou MacMillan (California, USA)
Essex, 1919-1933
Ford, 1903-
Franklin, 1901-1934
GMC, ?-1941-?, 15k image from Hemmings Motor News
Graham, 1927-1941
Hudson, 1909-1942, 1946-1957
Hupmobile, 1908-1941
International, 1907-1913, ?-1939-?
LaFayette, 1920-1924, 1934-1936
La Salle, 1927-1940
Lincoln, 1920-1942, 1946-
Marmon, 1902-1933
Mercury, 1939-1942, 1946-
Miller, 1915-1932, 10k photo of 1932 Miller-Ford sprintcar from Hemmings Motor News
Nash, 1917-1942, 1946-1957
Oldsmobile, 1896-1942, 1946-
Packard, 1899-1942, 1946-1958
Peerless, 1900-1932
Pierce-Arrow, 1901-1938
Plymouth, 1928-1942, 1946-
Pontiac, 1926-1942, 1946-
Reo, 1904-1936
Rolls-Royce (in Springfield), ?-1922-1933-?
Rockne, 1932-1933
Studebaker, 1902-1942, 1945-1964
Stutz, 1912-1936
Terraplane, 1934-1937
Willys, 1909-1961
Pre-1932 makes, (only some examples)

Italian cars:
Alfa-Romeo
Ansaldo, 38k photo
Bianchi, 8k photo from Topolino Casagrande
Ferrari
F.I.A.T. (in main directory)
Isotta-Fraschini, 19k photo from The Auto Collections
Itala, 29k b/w photo from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Lancia
Maserati
Moretti
O.M., 27k b/w photo from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies

Czechoslovakian cars: (statistics for pre-1945 car park is from "Used cars for sale" in "Svet Motoru" (1984, 1986)).
Praga, 1908-1945 (31,5% of today existing Czechoslovakian pre-1945 cars)
Tatra, 1897-1923-1943, 1945-1996 (29,0%)
Skoda, 1923-on (17,6%)
Aero, 1929-1941, 1946-1952 (13,0%)
Jawa, 1937-1939-? (3,8%)
Walter, 1908-1937 (2,5%)
Z, 1924-1939 (1,7%)
Wikov, 1922-1937 (0,8%)

Austrian cars:
Austro Daimler, 1899-1935, 15k b/w image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by Michael Sedgwick & Mark Gillies, Bay View Books Ltd.
Gloriette, 1932-1936
Gräf & Stift, 1897-1938
Lohner-Porsche, 1900-1938?, 28k photo of 1900 Lohner-Porsche
ÖAF (Österreichische Automobil-Fabrik), 1907-on
Steyr, 1917-1944, 1957-on
Pre-1932 makes

British cars: (statistics for 1945 automobile park in the UK is from "Used cars for sale" in 1948 "the Motor" magazine. It is not 100% in sum, the rest were American and Continental makes)
A.C. (0.4% of cars in the UK in 1945)
AJS, 1929-1933, very rare
Allard (less than 0.2% of cars in the UK in 1945), 31k image from "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s"
Alta (rare), 22k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Alvis (2.1% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Andre (rare), 21k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Argyll, 1899-1932, very rare
Armstrong Siddeley (1.6% of cars in the UK in 1945), only 23k picture from The Highway One Classic Classifieds
Aston Martin (0.3% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Atalanta (rare)
Austin (8.7% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Autovia (very rare), 33k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Barrington (very rare)
Batten (very rare), 26k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Bentley (6.9% of cars in the UK in 1945, statistics is wrong - must be much less)
British Salmson (rare), 30k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Brough Superior (very rare), 23k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
B.S.A. (0.5% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Burney (very rare)
Calthorpe, 1904-1932, very rare
Citroën, ?-1933-?, 27k photo of 1933 Citroën Rosalie 8A tourer by B.T.J. Richards (Adelaide, Australia), restored by Reg Harris (see more photos on the Brisbane Vintage Auto Club (Inc) site)
Cleco (very rare), 20k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Comet (very rare)
Coventry-Victor (very rare), 19k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Crossley (rare), 17k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Daimler (2.9% of cars in the UK in 1945), only 19k picture from The Highway One Classic Classifieds
E.R.A. (rare)
Fedden (very rare)
Ford (7.4% of cars in the UK in 1945, including US Ford) (in main directory)
Frazer-Nash (less than 0.2% of cars in the UK in 1945), 26k photo from Igor Guzienko, Kiev.
Frazer-Nash-B.M.W. (less than 0.2% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Hampton (very rare)
Hermon (very rare)
Hillman (3.3% of cars in the UK in 1945), 5k image only
H.R.G. (rare), 30k b/w photo from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
H.S.M. (very rare)
Humber (2.2% of cars in the UK in 1945), 43k photo courtesy of Jan Szatan, Poland, look at his homepage
Invicta (less than 0.2% of cars in the UK in 1945), only 14k picture from British Car Auctions
Jaguar (3.3% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Jensen (rare), only 3k picture from Kirill i Mephodiy, Auto Encyclopedia
Jewel (very rare)
J.M.B. (very rare), 21k b/w photo from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Jowett (less than 0.2% of cars in the UK in 1945), 97k and 85k rear view of 1938 Jowett 8 4-door saloon, car of Mrs. Mann (Bawburgh near Norwich, UK), photo courtesy of David Barrett (look at David's Old Cars Shows in Norfolk (UK) albums).
Kendall, 1945-1946, very rare
Lagonda (1.3% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Lammas-Graham (very rare), 23k b/w photo from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Lanchester (2.1% of cars in the UK in 1945), 22k image from Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust
Lea-Francis (0.3% of cars in the UK in 1945), 39k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Leidart (very rare), 21k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Lloyd (very rare), 29k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Marendaz (very rare), 30k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Mastra (very rare)
M.G. (2.8% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Morgan (less than 0.2% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Morris (5.2% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Owen (very rare)
Paydell (very rare)
Railton (0.4% of cars in the UK in 1945), only 46k picture from Classic Avenue
Raleigh (very rare), 29k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Rapier (very rare), 28k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Raymond Mays (very rare)
Rhode (very rare), 32k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Riley (1.6% of cars in the UK in 1945),
Rolls-Royce (10.2% of cars in the UK in 1945, statistics is wrong - must be much less)
Rover (3.3% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Rytecraft Scootacar (rare), 36k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Singer (1.5% of cars in the UK in 1945), 23k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Squire (very rare), 23k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
SS - see in Jaguar section, this was pre-1936 name of Jaguar cars
Standard (3.2% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Star (very rare)
Stringer-Winco, 1909-1932, very rare
Sunbeam (0.3% of cars in the UK in 1945),
Sunbeam-Talbot (1.3% of cars in the UK in 1945), 24k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Talbot (1.2% of cars in the UK in 1945), 24k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Triumph (1.7% of cars in the UK in 1945),
Trojan (very rare), 28k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Vale (very rare), 25k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Vauxhall (2.5% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Waverley, 1901-1904, 1910-1934, very rare
Whitlock (very rare), 22k image from the book "A-Z of Cars of the 1930s" by M.Sedgwick & M.Gillies
Wilson (very rare)
Wolseley (4.4% of cars in the UK in 1945)
Pre-1932 makes, (only some examples)

French cars:
Aerolithe, 1928-1934
Alphi, 1926-1932
Amilcar, 1921-1939
Antony, 1921-1932
Ariès, 1903-1938
Berliet, 1895-1939
Bouffort, 1945-1960
Bréguet, 1907, 1942
Buard, 1925-1935
Bucciali, 1923-1933, 37k b/w photo
Bugatti, 1909-1956, 6k picture from Classic Avenue,
C.G.E., 1941-1944
Chenard & Walcker, 1897-1939, 31k b/w photo
Citroën, 1919-
Claveau, 1923-1950
Clément-Rochelle, 1927-1932
Coadou-Fleury, 1920-1935
Corre La Licorne, 1901-1950, 65k b/w photo
Darmont, 1919-1939
Darracq, 1896-1952, since 1920 this was the same as French Talbot
De Dion-Bouton, 1883-1932, 55k photo of 1911 De Dion-Bouton from Classic Car Collection
Delage, 1905-1954, 28k picture from Vintage Web
Delahaye, 1894-1956
Delaunay-Belleville, 1903-1950
Derby, 1921-1936
Donnet-Zedel, 1924-1933, 24k b/w photo
Dubonnet, 1933-1936
Electro-Renard, 1943-1946
Faure, 1941-1948
Favel, 1941-1944
Gauthier, 1902-1933, 60k b/w photo
Georges Irat, 1921-1946
Gregoire, 1945-1951
Hispano-Suiza, 1911-1938, 83k image from the "Avtopanorama" magazine, Russia.
Hotchkiss, 1903-1955, 55k image
Laffly, 1937-1940, 1945-1946
Lambert, 1926-1954
Latil, 1938-1939-?
Le Monocar, 1936-1939
Léon-Bollée, 1895-1933
Léon-Laisne, 1920-1937
Lorraine-Dietrich, 1905-1935, 21k photo from VintagePostcards.com
Louis Chenard, 1920-1932
Luc Court, 1899-1936
Major, 1919-1933
Matford, 1934-1939
Mathis, 1910-1935, 1945-1950
Michel Irat, 1929-1932
Mors, 1895-1927, 1941-1943, 70k b/w photo
Panhard-Levassor, 1889-1967
Peugeot, 1889-
Pilain, 1930-1935
Poirier, 1928-1958
Rally, 1920-1933
Remi-Danvignes, 1935-1939
Renault, 1898-
Robert Serf, 1925-1934
Rochet Schneider, 1894-1932, 44k photo of 1914 Four-cyl. touring from The Guild of Automotive Restorers
Rolux, 1938-1952
Rosengart, 1928-1955
Salmson, 1921-1957
Sandford, 1922-1939, 42k b/w photo
SIMA-Standard, 1929-1932
S.I.M.C.A., 1936-1940?, ?1945-1984?
Stela, 1941-1944
Talbot, 1920-1952
Tracta, 1926-1936, 58k b/w photo
Unic, 1904-1939
Villard, 1925-1935
Voisin, 1919-1939, 60k b/w image from Witold Rychter's book "Dzieje samochodu", Warsaw, 1979.
Pre-1932 makes, (only some examples)

Polish cars:
Iradam
Lux-Sport, 29k b/w image from Witold Rychter's book "Dzieje samochodu", Warsaw, 1979.
Polski F.I.A.T., 1933-1939

Belgian cars:
Belga Rise, 1929-1937, Ste Belge des Automobiles Sizaire, Bruxelles-Haren, 10k photo of 1934 Belga Rise 8C.
Chevrolet, 1924-1940, Antwerpen
Excelsior, 1901-1932, 24k 1920's photo of Excelsior landaulet by Vanden Plas.
F.N., 1900-1914, 1919-1940
Ford, 1928-1940?, Antwerpen
Opel, 1929?-1940?, Antwerpen
Imperia, 1906-1940, 1948-1958.
Minerva, 1902-1938, 19k b/w photo from Autoclassic magazine.

Spanish cars:
Espana, 1917-1927, 39k b/w photo of 1919/20 Tipo II, courtesy of Tino Prat from Barcelona, Spain.
Hispano-Suiza, 1904-1944
Nacional Sitges
Post-war: Pegaso, 1954 Z-102 and 1956 Z-103, 23 and 61k photo courtesy of Helmut Pende, Germany.
Swedish cars:
Tidaholm
Volvo, 1927 - on

Hungarian cars:
M.A.G.
Mavag
Meray, Meray-Adler, 1929-1942
Unitas-Tatra, 1923-1933
Weiss-Manfred, 1925-1939
Zsolt, 1931-1935

Dutch cars: (thanks for help to Jan de Vries (the Netherlands)).
Buick (General Motors Continental S.A. Antverp.), 19?? - 1939 - 19??.
DAF (in Eindhoven), 47k b/w photo from Reinhard Frank's book "Personenwagen der Wehrmacht", PODZUN-PALLAS.
Ford assembly (in Amsterdam)
Story, 1940-1941 (85 built), 35k b/w photo
Pre-1932 makes, (only some examples)

Norwegian cars:
Strömmen

Canadian cars:
Chrysler Canada, ?1932 - ?, 43k photo of 1941 Plymouth based Canadian Dodge 2-door Sedan, courtesy of Rene, Canada. Frontenac, ?-1933 (Durant cars for Canadian market)
McLaughlin-Buick, 26k image of 1926 4-door Sedan from The Highway One Classic

Japanese cars:
Chiyoda, 1932 - 1935
Daihatsu, 1937 -
Datsun, 1932 - , 16k image from Toyota Museum
Isuzu, ?-1933 - 1937-?, 21k b/w photo from Bart Vanderveen's book "Historic Military Vehicles Directory"
Kurogane, 1935 - 1962, 20k b/w photo from Bart Vanderveen's book "Historic Military Vehicles Directory"
Mitsubishi, 1917 - 1921, ?-1933 - 1937-?, 19k b/w photo from Bart Vanderveen's book "Historic Military Vehicles Directory"
Nissan, 1937 - 1943
Ohta, 1934 - 1957
Sumida, 1922 - 1937
Toyota, 1936 - , 21k image from Toyota Museum

Swiss cars:
Martini, 1898-1933, St. Blaise, 46k photo courtesy of Michael Schick, big admirer of this make from Laupheim near Ulm, Germany.

Latvian cars:
Ford-Vairogs

Australian cars:
Southern Cross, 1931-1935, 10(?) built, 35k photo from "The illustrated encyclopedia of automobiles" by David Burgess Wise. Published by "Quarto publishing limited", 32 Kingly Court, London W1. Thanks for help to Kim Osborn, Australia.

Finnish cars:
Pre-1932 makes

Brazilian cars:
Aero Willys, 1965, 31k photo courtesy of Luiz Tinoco, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

Cars of unknown origin (for me), please help to recognize them:
Pre-1932 makes
Thanks for help to Albert Kopans and
Stanislav Kiriletz (stanislav_kiriletz@gmx.de, kiriletz@web.de Homepage: http://www.kiriletz.de, Germany).
You are welcome to write me by E-mail Contact. Andrei Bogomolov.
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Last updated 9 I 2003.