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Où êtes-vous donc?, Movie, 1969 IMDB

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50sParis NL

2016-06-18 16:34

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night cub US

2016-06-18 20:01

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Canadian, filmed in Quebec

ingo DE

2016-06-18 20:05

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night cub wrote Canadian, filmed in Quebec

:think: for that reason all US-origin cars are "made in CDN" then?

night cub US

2016-06-18 20:08

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ingo wrote
:think: for that reason all US-origin cars are "made in CDN" then?

I think it depends on the model

electra225 IT

2016-06-18 21:46

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Many Pontiacs are so.

Look in the first thumb at the black car on the far right: it is a rare 1961 Meteor (worth listing I would say).

night cub US

2016-06-18 22:56

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This film was a nice edition with all the rare Canadian models seen, thanks 50sParis!

rjluna2 US

2016-06-19 01:43

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50sParis wrote For rjluna2

Merci, 50sParis :)

My comments at Traffic Lights in Internet Movie Car Database.

atom SE

2016-06-19 01:59

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50sParis wrote [Image: onlineimageresize_com_screenshot20160618at040113.jpg]

1951 Ford on the right, probably not a Meteor...

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