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Minerva NN - 1919

Just like its competitors, the famous Belgian car manufacturer Minerva did not escape the effects of the First World War. The occupier completely robbed the factory. A number of employees were able to move to the Netherlands, a country that remained neutral during this war. To make a virtue out of necessity, she focused on a new design: the Minerva - NN. The production started understandably after the war. The Type NN has a four-cylinder sliding engine of 3.6 liters. I myself was stunned that a reasonable number of the, yet rare, cars in Belgium are still in the hands of a number of Minerva fans (such as the one shown). At the beginning of the Second World War, the company stopped building passenger cars. Image size: 260x 360 mm

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Marie josé LAURIER 07 Dec 2019

ENCORE UNE BELLE PIECE D'ANTAN PRESERVEE GRACE A CETTE BELLE AQUARELLE .. WELL DONE IVO !!

Artist Reply: Merci Marie José

Sharon De Vore 06 Dec 2019

ANOTHER OUTSTANDING ILLUSTRATION, IVO.

Artist Reply: Thanks Sharon

Joanie Holliday 06 Dec 2019

WHAT A WONDERFUL WORK IVO. AND ANOTHER GREAT HISTORY LESSON.

Artist Reply: Thanks Joanie

Anonymous Guest (IP: 108.162.229.143) 06 Dec 2019

Fantastisch gedaan, raak er niet op uitgekeken. Ik ga zeker reclame maken voor deze kunstvorm. Enkel wil mijn vrouw nu weten wie die madam is waarmee de bestuurder staat te palaveren ……………

Artist Reply: Betrapt nietwaar !!!

James Mann 06 Dec 2019

Very classy vehicle. Truly excellent work on those wheels and tires, Ivo. A well executed ellipse has been the downfall of many a mann.

Artist Reply: Thanks Jim, Minerva was the Belgian Bugatti , popular by kings and movie staars