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Thread: Martin´s Christine in Germany´s "Chrom & Flammen" magazine

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    Martin´s Christine in Germany´s "Chrom & Flammen" magazine

    There´s an article about Martin´s movie car in Germany´s "Chrome & Flammen" car magazine!










    I´m in the same magazine, but only a shot from the "American Horsepower Show" some weeks ago

    Last edited by Andy1974; 08-19-2018 at 06:23 PM.

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    martin came to germany with christine?
    My asshole brother brought her back in September, '57.

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    No, he didn´t. Many editors and authors of Germany´s US Car magazines travel to the USA to collect authentic stories.

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    There´s a big photo stream on the Americar page! The Americar website and the "Chrom & Flammen" magazine belong together.

    https://www.americar.de/fotostrecke/...ne.1922.1.html

    There´s a photo of a real 58 Fury, partly torn apart. Looks like this was the car before 1983?

    The editor in chief, Thomas Frankenstein, is a walking US Car Encylopedia, so he also often moderates our car shows.
    Like some years ago, when I rolled on the red carpet of the "US Car & Bike Show Grefrath" with another Christine.
    Last edited by Andy1974; 08-13-2018 at 06:50 PM.

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    Wow! That sounds like already a great magazine, 2 58 Plymouths (1st Andys, then Martins) in a relatively short period of time. Either the popularity of these cars is growing even more, or they had great feedback from the article on Andys car, or the publishers of that magazine are hooked on these cars.
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    Is that guys name really Thomas Frankenstein??? Cool!



    (before 'Billy Whizz' my internet and club name was "Hiram Hackenbacker", who was Brains the inventor in Thunderbirds Are Go TV series).
    Last edited by billy whizz; 08-14-2018 at 06:53 AM.
    Captain Keep-On-Thread strikes again!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by billy whizz View Post
    Is that guys name really Thomas Frankenstein??? Cool!

    (before 'Billy Whizz' my internet and club name was "Hiram Hackenbacker", who was Brains the inventor in Thunderbirds Are Go TV series).
    Yes, his real Name is Thomas Frankenstein. He´s a nice guy and he cares about cars, not corpses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy1974 View Post
    Yes, his real Name is Thomas Frankenstein. He´s a nice guy and he cares about cars, not corpses
    Lol.

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    Is the magazine with Martin in it available?

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    Here's your answer Chrissy. Contact the magazine and you maybe able to pick up a copy.

    https://chromundflammen-magazin.de/category/cars-news/


    Specifically here: http://shop.publikom-z.de/product_in...n-09-2018.html
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    It says there is no shipping method available when I put in my US address.

    Anyway we can get a number count on how many issues people are interested in? Maybe andy can buy some issues and send them to 1 person in the states to redistribute? I have a german nieghbor who can hook me up possibly too.

    This issue will go great with my german issue with Andy's car in it!!

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    So far

    Chrissy 1 issue
    Paul 1 Issue

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    No problem, we can make it so!

    Please let me know is there is also interest in this magazine:

    http://internationalchristineclub.ne...rican+classics

    Chrom & Flammen: $4.45
    American Classics: $6.75

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    Marc; One issue please!
    "She'll Start, You'll Need These."

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    I would like one of each please. Hope shipping won't be to bad.

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    I have to ask if anyone knows where all those production stills come from. I've never seen most, but wow. Those are awesome.
    Hell hath no Fury like Christine.

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