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1930 Hotchkiss AM 80 Chantilly

1930 Hotchkiss AM 80 in The Awakening, Movie, 2011 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR — Made for: GB

1930 Hotchkiss AM 80 Chantilly

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle


Jale PL

2012-06-20 19:49

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nzcarnerd NZ

2012-06-20 21:04

My first though was that it looked like the Sunbeam used in Downton Abbey but a check revealed it is not. Even though it is a UK car, it looks so low-built that I wonder if it is a Stutz AA.

Gamer DE

2021-02-25 14:28

GF 5919

✗ Untaxed
Tax due:
1 August 2017

No results returned

Vehicle Details

Vehicle make HOTCHKISS
Date of first registration May 1930
Year of manufacture 1930
Cylinder capacity 3000 cc
CO₂ emissions Not available
Fuel type PETROL
Euro status Not available
Real Driving Emissions (RDE) Not available
Export marker No
Vehicle status Untaxed
Vehicle colour MAROON
Vehicle type approval Not available
Revenue weight Not available
Date of last V5C (logbook) issued 10 February 2021

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dsl SX

2021-02-25 15:56

Listed by British Hotchkiss Society as AM 80 Chantilly, 3016cc, along with 3 other Chantillys. Is Chantilly a model or a body style? UK or F bodywork?


johnfromstaffs EN

2021-02-25 16:18

Link to "www.bonhams.com"


-- Last edit: 2021-02-25 16:24:25

dsl SX

2021-02-26 01:04

Digging deeper into wiki - " ... the company decided on a one model policy and introduced the Coventry designed AM in 1923. Later that year the Coventry plant was sold to Morris. In 1926 construction of the new factory in the Boulevard Ornano was completed and in 1929 Hotchkiss got hold of a steel press allowing in-house manufacture of steel bodies. The one model policy lasted until 1929 when the six-cylinder AM73 and AM80 models were announced. "73" and "80" stood for the bore of the engines used .... Although most cars had bodies that were factory built, Hotchkiss still was a luxury car brand, and so coachbuilder Veth and Sons built a small number of bodies for the AM80."

So seems everything was bodied in F or NL by 1930, with no UK involvement.

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