3 October 2019

Bucuresti 1965

O noua selectie de imagini, via fortepan.hu . Bucurestiul inca arata cochet si elegant, incepuse dezrusificarea, plus o oarecare deschidere catre occident... Cu un an inainte incepus importul la greu de Renault si Fiat, si deja sunt o prezenta semnificativa pe strazi. Erau si o bruma de alte masini vestice, o interbelica sau doua, si cativa masini in trecere (de remarcat Volgile din URSS cu numere consecutive)... Din pacate pozele nu au surprins ceva chiar palpitant dpdv automobilistic, doar o lume mult pierduta... Adaugam 2-3 poze bonus si de pe litoral.

A fresh selection of images via fortepan.hu. Bucharest still looked elegant; the de-Russification period had begun, and people were looking once more to the West... A year beforehand, the import of Fiats and Renaults had begun, and they are already a significant presence. Plus one or two other Western imports, a few pre-war survivors, and some tourists' cars (including some interesting Soviet Volgas with consecutive plates): sadly nothing truly exciting in terms of vehicles, just a long-disappeared world. As a bonus, two or three photos from the Black Sea coast.

VW, Simca Aronde, Wartburg din Polonia

Turisti sovietici?

Borcan de militie


Moskvich din reguinea Bacau





Opel antebelic in fata fostului hotel Lafayette



De remarcat Mercedesul si masina americana de prin 1947, plus un TV-4

Volga, Trabant, Opel, TV, si o masina carosata artizanal


Majoritatea masinilor din poza au maxim 1 an vechime. 



In Constanta





Opel Rekord Olympia Coupe

TV-uri, azi complet extincte....







Cladirea (si sculptura) inca exista





Ford nou dar deja bine calatorit. De remarcat sigla EU!


Pobeda pick-up si un Opel in trecere






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