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Industriemesse Hannover 1978

Staatssekretär Erwin Stahl besichtigt den Innovationsmarkt
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The picture is showing a neat-ethanol car produced by VW of Brazil. Several Brazilian carmakers produced prototypes with ethanol engines before launching E100 vehicles to the market in 1979.
Depicted place Hanover
Date 23 April 1978
Photographer Schwahn, Ernst
Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung - Bildbestand (B 145 Bild)
Accession number B 145 Bild-F053242-0034
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