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    1937 GP Season

    1. 1937 italian gp, livorno
    2. 1937 Livorino (Rudi Caracciola, Mercedes-Benz W125)
    3. 1937 Livorino (Rudi Caracciola, Mercedes-Benz W125) 2
    4. 1937 Livorno - (Giovanni-Battista Guidotti, Alfa Romeo 12C-37)
    5. 1937 Livorno (Carlo Felice, Alfa Romeo 12C-36)
    6. 1937 monaco gp - carlo pintacuda (alfa romeo)
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    1. 1937 monaco gp - clemente biondetti (maserati)
    2. 1937 monaco gp - goffredo zehender (mercedes)
    3. 1937 monaco gp - goffredo zehender (mercedes-benz w125), giuseppe farina (alfa romeo 12c)
    4. 1937 monaco gp - hans stuck (auto union type c)
    5. 1937 monaco gp - hans stuck (auto union)
    6. 1937 monaco gp - mercedes-benz w125 (5.66-litre 8-cyl sc)
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    1. 1937 monaco gp - rudolf caracciola (mercedes-benz w125)
    2. 1937 Autounion Avus
    3. 1937 Avus Autounion Steaml
    4. 1937 Avus Lang Autograph
    5. 1937 Avus Streamliner
    6. 1937 Avus Streamliner1
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    1. 1937 monaco gp - rudolf caracciola (mercedes-benz w125)
    2. 1937 Autounion Avus
    3. 1937 Avus Autounion Streamliner
    4. 1937 Avus Lang Autograpoh
    5. 1937 Avus Streamliner
    6. 1937 Avus Streamliner
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    1. 1937 Livorino (Rudi Caracciola, Mercedes-Benz W125) 2
    2. 1937 Livorino (Rudi Caracciola, Mercedes-Benz W125)
    3. 1937 Livorno (Carlo Felice, Alfa Romeo 12C-36)
    4. 1937 monaco gp - hans stuck (auto union)
    5. 1937 monaco gp - carlo pintacuda (alfa romeo)
    6. 1937 monaco gp - clemente biondetti (maserati)
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    All I got from 1937 GP

    1.1937 monaco gp - goffredo zehender (mercedes)
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    I don't think I've seen many period shots of these cars, only modern pictures.
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    Quote Originally Posted by f6fhellcat13 View Post
    I don't think I've seen many period shots of these cars, only modern pictures.
    You are awesome, Sledge.
    Indeed.
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    Aha, proper Grands Prix, what I truly long for.
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    By the way I think you got some of the names mixed up.
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    anybody have a Lat-Long on the Livorna track?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    By the way I think you got some of the names mixed up.
    Please, if you think you have more info, I will include. I take the photo names for granted most of the time because I dont know much better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sledgehammer View Post
    Please, if you think you have more info, I will include. I take the photo names for granted most of the time because I dont know much better.
    What I meant is that for instance in post #1, the names you posted and the file names don't match.
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    I messed up the first post thanks Ferrer. Will make it right.
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    Judging by how the photos themselves are signed.

    Post 1.
    1. 1937 Eifelrennen start.
    2. 1937 Pescara. Manfred von Brauchitsch, Mercedes-Benz W125.
    3. 1937 Livorno. Giovanni Battista Guidotti, Alfa Romeo 12C/37.
    4. 1937 Donington. Manfred von Brauchitsch, Mercedes-Benz W125.
    5. 1937 Donington. Bernd Rosemeyer, Auto Union Typ C.
    6. 1937 Monaco. Hans Stuck, Auto Union Typ C.

    Post 2.
    1. 1937 Monaco. Mercedes-Benz W125 lineup.
    2. 1937 Avus. Auto Union Typ C Stromlinien.
    3. 1937 Avus. Hermann, Mercedes-Benz W25K.
    4. 1937 Avus. Luigi Fagioli, Auto Union Typ C Stromlinien (foreground, #33).
    5. 1937 Donington. Manfred von Brauchitsch, Mercedes-Benz W125.
    6. 1937 Monaco start.

    Post 3.
    1. 1937 Livorno. #18 car is said to be an Auto Union in statistics, which this of course isn't. The car is some Alfa Romeo 12C evolution, hence I suppose some other race.
    2. 1937 Monaco. Goffredo Zehender, Mercedes-Benz W125 & Giuseppe Farina, Alfa Romeo 12C.
    3. 1937 Avus. Manfred von Brauchitsch, Mercedes-Benz W25K-DAB (#36); Hermann Lang, Mercedes-Benz W25K (#37) and some Auto Unio Typ C.
    4. 1938 Livorno. Hermann Lang, Mercedes-Benz W125. Well, my source says 1938 Italian GP was held up at Monza.
    5. 1937 Avus. #36 - Manfred von Brauchitsch, Mercedes-Benz W25K-DAB, #33 - Luigi Fagioli, Auto Union Typ C Stromlinien.
    6. 1937 Monaco. Rudolf Carracciola, Mercedes-Benz W125.

    Post 4.
    1. 1937 Livorno start. #30 - Giovanni Battista Guidotti, Alfa Corse's Alfa Romeo 12C/37.
    2. 1937 Donington. Left - Richard Seaman, Mercedes-Benz W125.
    3. 1937 Avus. #33 - Luigi Fagioli, #31 - Bernd Rosemeyer, both Auto Union Typ C Stromlinien.
    4. 1937 Monaco. Some Mercedes-Benz W125.
    5. 1937 Donington start. #4 - Richard Seaman, Mercedes-Benz W125.
    6. 1937 Eifelrennen start.

    Further pictures have some info plates on them.
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