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Prenez la queue comme tout le monde, Movie, 1973 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Line Up and Lay Down
  • Otto, der PflaumenpflŁcker (Germany)
  • Club del piacere (Italy)
  • Le och lŚt den stŚ (Sweden)

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nzcarnerd NZ

2009-08-03 10:30

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There doesn't appear to be a separate pic for the bike. We can see in the pic of the DB coupe that the bike is a Yamaha DT125. The blue colour suggest it is 1973.

sixcyl FR

2009-08-03 11:21

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Be patient nzcarnerd ... Yamaha is beginning by Y that's Y it's not yet listed :D

sixcyl FR

2009-08-03 12:17

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Second film of the "Trilogie paillarde" from Jean-FranÁois Davy.
Very pleasant to watch for the female characters playing in it and for the cars seen in it. This junkyard is a mine of 1960's sports cars... :)



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ingo DE

2009-08-03 14:23

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And again:

@sixcyl: [:heink]


Incredible, what car were on the junkyard in 1973...

bref FR

2009-08-03 18:09

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Quelle casse au milieu de cette lťgŤretť estivale :D

Pavelik FR

2009-08-03 20:49

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Le film en soi a l'air plutot pourri, mais quelques belles carrosseries cependant :D

bref FR

2009-08-03 21:48

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A l'ťvidence, le titre ne laisse planer aucun doute :D

Weasel1984 PL

2009-08-03 23:51

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ingo wrote Incredible, what car were on the junkyard in 1973...

It seems to be some special junkyard(?). :D I guess it was unusual to see so many rare/more expensive cars in one place (of this kind) even in those times and even on the west of Europe.


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sixcyl FR

2009-08-04 00:29

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Well I don't know where it had been filmed. Maybe close to rich areas of Paris suburbs (92) :D

ingo DE

2009-08-04 23:26

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Weasel1984 wrote
I guess it was unusual to see so many rare/more expensive cars in one place (of this kind) even in those times and even on the west of Europe.


No, definetely not unusal. And this shocks me so much. In the 60ies and early 70ies therev was no awareness about classic and oldtimer-cars neverwhere, so in all countries old and premium cars were wrecked and crushed. Or just crushed.

Just one extreme example: /vehicle_200954-Iso-Rivolta-IR-300-GT-1965.html

And there are many more examples. It would be great, if we could list all scrapyard-shots in this data-base in an extra thread.


Just stroll around the homepage of my friend Martin Vorwahl: http://icmesa.com/tinhunter/
The scrapyards, he has photographed, were all filled up decades ago.

Some years agor there was a story in the magazine "Oldtimer Markt" about the freaks from the biggest German Classic Mercedes- Club, who, went to the USA to fill up one big container with Mercedes-parts from junkyards. Very well known was a place somewhere in California, where only Mercedes Benz were wrecked. That guy had some "Pagoda's", "Adenauer" and even to 300 SL stuck in his scrap-packets.

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