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    I am looking for pictures of Opel P4 belonged to Wehrmacht.

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    Quote by Serge View Post
    I am looking for pictures of Opel P4 belonged to Wehrmacht.
    Hi???? Welcome to the forum!!
    Im sure if google Opel P4 you will find some photos.
    Or if you searching for a special example you could at least be more kind and polite on how you ask and introduce yourself.
    Thanks
    Cheers.
    Nuno

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    Hi???? Welcome to the forum!!
    Im sure if google Opel P4 you will find some photos.
    Or if you searching for a special example you could at least be more kind and polite on how you ask and introduce yourself.
    Thanks
    Cheers.
    Nuno
    Hi Nuno,
    thanks for your answer. To be precise I am looking for photos of hard top limousine Opel P4 in German military service.
    Using google I have found only Opel P4 cabrio-limousine.
    Best regards,
    Serge

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    Try this if you haven't seen it already Serge, it's got a bit of technical detail and some pic's of various sub types of the P4 including the one you're interested in. The Kubelwagen version is pretty interesting too.

    Oldtimer gallery. Cars. Opel-P4

    Here's a couple of photo's of P4's (couertesy of Christian Ankerstjerne's site) being used as tank exercise training vehicles prior to the war during the expansion period, when the real thing was in short supply.
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