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#1 Posted : 01 April 2009 15:18:35(UTC)
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A few weeks ago, a discussion started her about a "unknown" Dannenhauer & Stauss which was uppolstered next Etiennes Hebmüller. Today, the finished car was presented at the Techno Classica Exibition in Essen. It it the old car, which was completely destroyed by an accident four years ago. Now it is back to life and everybody can see it until next sunday at the world famous exibition.

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#2 Posted : 01 April 2009 17:47:15(UTC)
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now that looks super nice and would be a nice addition to my garage! Laugh

Any photos of what it looked like before resto, after the fire?
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#3 Posted : 04 April 2009 16:54:35(UTC)
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Fantastic!

when I first looked at the photo... the point where the front bumper meets the body looked almost like a chrome overrider bar above the bumper. If you imagine that reflection as an overrider bar that touches the back of the two bumperettes
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... it is pretty cool!

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#4 Posted : 04 April 2009 20:47:34(UTC)
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Very nice! Good to see. The colors on this and the Ghia - unusual... Yet very nice. What's the view on these from a period correct point of view?
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#5 Posted : 10 April 2009 15:18:31(UTC)
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After the crash...
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#6 Posted : 10 April 2009 16:34:55(UTC)
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After the crash...


Oooo, nasty! How long ago was that?
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#7 Posted : 10 April 2009 16:41:12(UTC)
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DUH!!!!
Look at the date on the newspaper cuttingWink
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#8 Posted : 10 April 2009 19:26:15(UTC)
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just incredible... Blink
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#9 Posted : 10 April 2009 20:25:08(UTC)
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DUH!!!!Look at the date on the newspaper cuttingWink


Hahahaha...yeah, I suppose that would help! Laugh
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#10 Posted : 10 April 2009 22:48:19(UTC)
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Fantastic and a great colour choice too. Glad to see it back in one piece.
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#11 Posted : 12 April 2009 17:32:22(UTC)
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interesting how now... 50+ years later... VW is putting these coachbuilts in the museum...
and the signage says... "Volkswagen Dannenhauer and Stauss"... or "Volkswagen Rometsch Beeskow".
Contrast this to back in the early 1950's... when Volkswagen was doing everything it could to STOP
the production of these cars... by working with the German Govt. to forbid the export of them... not supplying parts,
etc.

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#12 Posted : 12 April 2009 21:36:31(UTC)
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For those who can't read German (myself included), here's a translation of the newspaper article (thanks to my partner Jean for this! BigGrin ). It looks like these two were very lucky to escape from the accident with their lives:-

Head of Wolfsburg Museum seriously injured at rally

Collision with a valuable VW vintage cabrio

Horst Beilharz (62), head of the Wolfsburg VW museum, has sustained a serious injury at a vintage rally in the Austrian town of Voralberg.

WOLFSBURG. “I must have had a guardian angel watching over me”, said a heavily-bandaged Horst Beilharz, speaking from his hospital bed in the town of Feldkirch. Despite a broken left hip, a shattered kneecap, deep stitches in his face and two missing teeth, Beilharz remains optimistic: “I think I’ll be fit to go back to Wolfsburg in around ten days in a wheelchair”. With a new hip…

Together with his co-driver, Lufthansa boss Uwe Mueller (46), Beilharz was taking part in the Silvretta Classic rally. He was driving a 1951 Dannenhauer & Stauss cabriolet, borrowed for the occasion from the Wolfsburg museum.

The accident occurred in the village of Schnepfau, when the driver of a Ford Transit failed to give way to the rally duo and Beilharz, at the wheel of the rare vintage vehicle, collided head on with the delivery van. The Transit driver escaped unhurt but Beilharz and Mueller were rushed to hospital by helicopter. The co-driver came off even worse. Beilharz explains, "He will suffer from the broken bones he sustained for some time to come".

The D & S was a complete write-off. The museum head stated: “We aim to restore this rare vehicle, one of just twelve examples of its kind”. But not for a rally…


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Complete write-off: The Dannenhauer & Stauss after the accident in Voralberg.

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Before: the cabrio in the museum.


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#13 Posted : 13 April 2009 00:38:56(UTC)
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For those who can't read German

Interesting read - would have taken me hours to get it all typed into Google Translate, thanks (and especially Jean too) for taking the time and trouble!
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#14 Posted : 13 April 2009 21:34:48(UTC)
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Interesting read - would have taken me hours to get it all typed into Google Translate


I wonder how Google or any of the online translators would've translated it- sometimes they can be quite amusing to read! Laugh

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thanks (and especially Jean too)


Don't thank me, Jean did all the work, I just cut & pasted it! Laugh She's says she's glad to be of assistance. Rob, the invoice is on it's way!! Twisted Evil

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