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Description Simca Vedette Chambord (1961)
Date 2005-11-28, according to EXIF data
Source selbst fotografiert Ladislaus Sztankay, Budapest 07:25, 28. Nov 2005 . . Dino1948 (Diskussion) . . 600 x 326 (39977 Byte) (* Motiv: Simca Vedette Chambord 1961 * Foto : selbst fotografiert Ladislaus Sztankay, Budapest * Lizenz: GNU FDL {{GFDL}})
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