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1956 Ford Customline Fordor Sedan [73B]

1956 Ford Customline [73B] in Highway Patrol, TV Series, 1955-1959 IMDB Ep. 2.12+

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1956 Ford Customline Fordor Sedan [73B]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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Hipo1990 PL

2012-06-02 03:22

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2.10 [Image: vlc2012-06-0203-20-41-76.jpg] [Image: vlc2012-06-0203-21-43-06.jpg]
2.12 [Image: highwaypatrolvlc2012-05-2923-48-39-81.jpg]
2.19 [Image: highwaypatrolvlc2012-05-3002-59-22-67.jpg] [Image: highwaypatrolvlc2012-05-3115-28-13-38.jpg] [Image: highwaypatrol1.jpg] [Image: highwaypatrol2.jpg]
2.22 [Image: vlc2012-06-0203-17-11-58.jpg] [Image: vlc2012-06-0203-18-05-42.jpg] [Image: vlc2012-06-0203-18-34-13.jpg]

oddsox US

2014-04-09 15:22

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[Image: waterbags.jpg]
Note the desert water bags on front bumper of the Ford parked at left.
A common sight on cars traveling through the Mojave in the '50s.
Left to right '56 Ford, '57 Dodge, '50 Chevy.

-- Last edit: 2014-04-09 15:23:09

jettalover US

2014-04-10 03:51

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Wow. I'm obviously too young to have heard of these desert water bags. Were they for potential car overheating? Wikipedia calls them dromedary bags.

oddsox US

2014-04-10 12:44

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jettalover wrote Were (the water bags) for potential car overheating?


Yes, exactly. Looks like there are people in this car & the bags look empty, so they must be between desert trips.

-- Last edit: 2014-04-10 12:46:03

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