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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:

  Please note that if you are submitting an enquiry, we will assume that we have your permission
   that we can publish the photo, background story to it, and your name and country calling from.
 

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Page 174 below relates to enquiries received during 2021Click on picture to enlarge
IDENTIFICATION/DATING:  SVVS HELP PAGES have some 4,325 Enquiries Received & Identified

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1947 Ford Super Deluxe Coupe
Our Publicity Officer Tony Russell (UK) seems to be on the lookout for unusual vehicles, and wondered if we knew what this one, was which is a screengrab? -- American cars have definite periods of great styling similarity, much as most cars have today. Therefore defining the differences in the similarity can be quite complex, especially is quality of photo is fuzzy. However can advise from bonnet lights that this seems to be an American cca 1947 Ford Super Deluxe Two-door Coupe

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: Probably 1914 Ford Model T
Another interesting photo rom David Pentecost (UK) trying to date an old postcard. It has a postage stamp which was first issued in 1911. Wandering if anyone can throw light on when the car might have been made. Pre or post WW1? -- Small size makes it difficult to be absolutely sure of identification but relatively certain it is an American car, a  Ford Model T with the radiator of the ptre-1916 shape when instead of angular, it became rounded. The scuttle is vertical which is pre 1915. 

Probably 1914 Ford Model T

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: c1899 Peugeot 15 Double Phaeton
Interesting photo received from Peter Semple (UK) of a car which was in his grandfather’s photo album labeled “first car in Aberdeen”;  not sure if the name given below is really the owner. -- Looked to me like a 1897 Daimler but checked with Ariejan Bos who advised it was a French Peugeot 15 made between 1897 and 1901. Interesting to note Peugeot had ended agreement with Daimler and made their own  8HP transverse flat twin engine.  Charles Rolls fist car was 15, and was Peugeot dealer.

c1899 Peugeot 15 Double Phaeton

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1949 Morris Commercial Parcel Van
Our Publicity Officer Tony Russell (UK) seems to be on the lookout for unusual vehicles, and wondered if we knew what this one was? -- Number of vehicles looked similar; Chevrolet Dubl-Duty Delivery Van and Morris Commercial PV Van. Photo seems UK, and registration NPL 89 is Surrey County Council late 1949, so favour the British make as does the very thin ornamental mudguards back & front, the canvas four hoop roof, so is cca 1949 Morris Commercial forward control Parcel Van.

1949 Morris Commercial Parcel Van

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1934 Ford Model 40 Roadster
Another interesting photo received from Adrian Pollitt (UK) of a car in Khuzestan, Iran, mid/late 1930s. Father worked for Anglo Iranian c 1945. -- Khuzestan was province of Iran on the Persian Gulf bordering Iraq. In 1935 Iran was called Persia, ruled from 1953 to 1979 by Shah Reza Pahlavi following Anglo-American coup. Replaced by Ayatollah Khomeini, becoming Islamic Republic. The car is a cca 1934 Ford Model 40, possibly Roadster, no horns and no badge so poss a four cylinder St.

1934 Ford Model 40 Roadster

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1935 Chevrolet Master Sedan
Another interesting photo received from Adrian Pollitt (UK) of a car in  Khuzestan, Iran, early/mid 1940s.-- Khuzestan was province of Iran on the Persian Gulf bordering Iraq. One year earlier, Iran was called Persia  ruled from 1953 to 1979 by Shah Reza Pahlavi following Anglo-American coup. Replaced by Ayatollah Khomeini, becoming Islamic Republic. The car's front bumper suggests it was likely a Canadian Built, for British/Empire market, cca 1935 Chevrolet Master Series EC Sedan.

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1933 Framo Stormer 200 
Photo from Simon (Croatia) of car being investigated on the internet. -- Three-wheeler from Framo Werke, parts supplier, stared 1923 by Dane Jorge Rasmussen who in 1907 started DKW making motorcycles, later cars. Merged with Auto Union. In 1933 Framo Stormer was first attempt at a people's car, with 192cc DKW single cylinder, air-cooled engine, chain drive to front wheels. Body was leatherette covered plywood with false rad. Four-wheeler Piccolo was rejected by Hitler for Volkswagen.

1933 Framo Stormer 200  Three-wheeler

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: Unidentified c1903 Tonneau
 
Another puzzling photo received from regular contributor Par Sorliden from (Sweden) - Nothing like it in my system. Louvres seem holes with mesh behind. Help again was needed from our veterans expert Ariejan Bos in Holland, - who also found it a mystery. Looks quite well made, the large outside lever seems to be rather primitively cut out from a plate of sheet metal. Beneath the frame, there are several chains visible, pointing to rather primitive drive train.  - Possibly locally made.

Unidentified c1903 Tonneau

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1905 Riley 9HP Two-Seater
Lovely photos of dog driving car received from Matthew Sweet (USA) from Cecil Hepworth 1908 Film
“The Dog Outwits the Kidnapper”. Can we advise car maker? -- We have the same dog/child photo on our Help Page 33 dated 2010 so we know that the car is a cca 1905 Riley 9HP Two-Seater and that the dog is Rover, played by Hepwoert.s dog ' Blair'. One of two films starring 'Rover' which made name nation's favourite for dogs. Film was 8 minutes long. Click to See full story of registration!

1905 Riley 9HP Two-Seater in Dog Outwits the Kindnapper

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1904 Dixie 12HP SE Tonneau
Puzzling photos received from Mark Dawber (New Zealand) resulting from our ID of 1904 Leon Bolleee and asks if this photo with Algernon Barkworth is a similar car. -- Help again needed from Ariejan Bos who also found it a toughie. Not Leon Bollee. British coachwork with rounded dash but chassis is a German cca 1904 Dixie 12HP SE Tonneau. Made by Automobilwerk Eisenach who in 1927 licensed Austin 7. Bought 1928 by BMW, start of BMW cars. Registration BT 48 is 1904 Yorkshire (ER) CC.

1904 Dixie 12HP SE Tonneau

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1915 Sunbeam 12'16 Tourer
Connected with above, another photo of Algernon Barkworth driving a un-named car. -- c1915 Sunbeam 12'16 Tourer. Many made during WW1 mainly for Military use. Algernon Barkworth was a Yorkshire 'gentleman of leisure' bachelor whose main claim to fame was to be a survivor of the Titanic tragedy. Jumped from the First Class deck by orchestra into freezing sea and managed to find floating debris to cling to. Picked up by Carpathia to New York. Later voted onto East Riding County Council.

1915 Sunbeam 12'16 Tourer

IDENTIFICATION AND DATING: 1914 Packard Six 3 38 Kegresse
In the process of researching my article on  Lenin's Rolls Royce I came across this photo of a car labeled Tsar Nicholas II's Benz -- It is
amazing the mount of rubbish and totally wrong mis-information that is continuing to be disseminated by 'first ranking' internet organizations without anybody fully bothering to check if the facts are actually valid, true or accurate. This is actually Tsar Nicholas 1914 Packard Six Kegresse Tourer.  He did have a Benz  Kegresse.  but this is not a Benz.

1914 Packard Six 3 38 Kegresse
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