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Married Too Young, Movie, 1962 IMDB

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atom SE

2016-10-12 22:11

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Background cars:
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50sParis NL

2016-10-13 01:44

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What race is this?

CougarTim US

2016-10-13 01:44

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^I think I see a Mercedes-Benz 300SL Gullwing in the second 'background cars' image.

dsl SX

2016-10-13 02:13

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No idea on the race - anyone able to work out the track?? I tried using the A-H 100S as a search to find an event with a Corvette #90 and something big and brutal #126 - working backwards from http://www.racingsportscars.com/suffix/archive/Austin-Healey/100/S.html?page=21 . 1961 race at Pomona on 12-03-61 gives a #90 Corvette but nothing #128. But without a guarantee that those entry lists are complete or that the event is genuine, I gave up going any further back.

atom SE

2016-10-13 04:14

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I don't think they mention anything about what race it is. At least some of the race with the Jaguars must have been staged, how else would they have filmed it? There were no on-board cameras in these times. The camera must have been mounted on a pick-up truck or so.
I can probably cut together the race scenes and put on YouTube, when I find the time...

50sParis NL

2016-10-13 05:07

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I think the racing footage would be at the Paramount Ranch Raceway in '56 or '57 but I cannot find any numbers that match

dsl SX

2016-10-13 05:22

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^ note that Corvette #90 is entered as 1959 (and Mustang fantasy model years had not been invented in the 1950s).

atom SE

2016-10-13 07:14

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I should really have went to bed by now but I couldn't help my self so here is the race scenes. Hope it is to some help.

https://youtu.be/1Vnwu7ZJodk

50sParis NL

2016-10-13 17:34

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I still think it looks like the Paramount Ranch track; is it absolutely certain that the Corvette is '59+? It could be possible that the movie shows a montage of different actual racing footage and some scenes made for movie.

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