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1965 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman [W100]

1965 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman [W100] in The Shoes of the Fisherman, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Cars, Limousine — Model origin: DE

1965 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman [W100]

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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vilero ES

2009-07-21 13:31

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[Image: 184195-ShoesFisherman10.jpg][Image: 184196-ShoesFisherman12.jpg]

ingo DE

2009-07-21 18:35

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S.C.V.-plate, so from the Vaticane. Probably faked, because it's not very believable, that they have used a real "Papamobile". And not believable either, that someone with a lower position than the Pope would have a 600 Pullman for use.


@Max: THIS is a REAL 600. :p

Neptune US

2009-07-21 18:52

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Your going to make him mad ingo.

ingo DE

2009-07-21 19:01

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Maybe - but the impudent 600-logo used by Dodge still makes me mad.
Even 21 years after I've recognized it for the first time. It was at my school-exchange to Vancouver. My friend was a bit irritated, when I suddenly started to shout around, while walking along the street. :)

taxiguy US

2009-07-21 19:35

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I honestly don't understand why you care so much, it's only a little piece of plastic :p The whole reason they used number names was to evoke thoughts of Mercedes and BMW, so obviously they are going to copy them somewhat. Plus a name is just a name, often times it doesn't really represent the true meaning of a car, especially in the case of soul-less "number" names that are stupid and have absolutely no character. I would still like it even if it was called "Dodge Stinky Pile o' Poo", becuase it's not the name that matters, it's the car.

DynaMike NL

2009-07-21 22:50

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ingo wrote Maybe - but the impudent 600-logo used by Dodge still makes me mad.

There were also 600s by Fiat, Seat, Zastava, Daf, BMW and probably many, many others... :)

taxiguy US

2009-07-22 00:54

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Good point, so why be mad at Dodge specifically?

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ingo DE

2009-07-23 09:30

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DynaMike wrote
There were also 600s by Fiat, Seat, Zastava, Daf, BMW and probably many, many others... :)


Sorry, DynaMike, you haven't really understand, what I mean. Have you seen a Dodge-600 badge? It's the style of it - because it's a copy of the Mercedes-badge. This is the reason, not the "600" for itself. It's an incredible impudence, that the -not in the Premium class located- company Dodge has mounted such a badge on this junk-bucket of a K-Car. The badge of a handmade precious, one of the greatest high-class-premium-cars in the world's history (for me nearly nothing else can hold with a 600 :love: )

Sorry, Max, the design is a matter of taste, but it's a technical and economical fact, that the K-Cars (at least all US made cars from that time) belonged to the coffin-nails of the US car-industry. By their design, their reliabiilty, quality and at least reputation, too.

A :p is not neccessary, because it's not to annoy you, it's a fact.

-- Last edit: 2009-07-23 09:43:06

ingo DE

2009-07-23 09:36

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taxiguy wrote it's only a little piece of plastic :p


Aha, it's only plastic :/ - Mercedes has always used chromated aluminium, so not even by the material Dodge couldn't hold with Mercedes Benz. :p

antp BE

2009-07-23 10:30

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:lol:

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-07-23 10:51

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I see what you mean about the badge. :)
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dodge_600_Coupe.JPG

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sixcyl FR

2012-04-17 23:14

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[Image: mini_223937MB600AA.jpg] [Image: mini_817081MB600AC.jpg] [Image: mini_640045MB600AE.jpg] [Image: mini_955468MB600AF.jpg] [Image: mini_852565MB600AI.jpg] [Image: mini_897044MB600AJ.jpg]

dsl SX

2012-04-18 23:11

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US lights?

rjluna2 US

2012-04-19 01:35

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The last thumbnail provided by sixcyl should go to /vehicle_494463-Mercedes-Benz-280-S-1968.html

As for dsl's question, the main picture is only an European/native headlights.

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