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1939 Delage D8 120 Chapron

1939 Delage D8 120 in Carmen Jones, Movie, 1954 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: FR

1939 Delage D8 120 Chapron

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

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sixcyl FR

2007-09-07 08:34

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Chapron? Guilloré?... what year?

Raul1983 FI

2007-09-07 09:07

nice ! :wow:

greybear EN

2007-09-07 20:52

This Guillore D6 looks a pretty good match.


I do like French cars. My ambition is to live in France and potter along (continuer mon traintrain) in a Chenard et Walcker and cruise to Nice in an HK500...on reve...on reve :sun:

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sixcyl FR

2007-09-10 20:40

Of course you're welcome in France greybear but please leave this idea of HK500 ... there are not enough HK500 even available (at a fair price) for french collectors ... :D

chris40 UK

2007-09-10 20:47

Greybear, which Chenard & Walcker did you have in mind?


?? :lol:

wickey SK

2007-09-10 21:57

nice :love:

greybear EN

2007-09-10 22:20

Chris40 - I think I'd prefer the Aigle 22 to the Camionette.

Link to "chenardwalcker.free.fr"

chris40 UK

2007-09-10 22:36

greybear wrote Chris40 - I think I'd prefer the Aigle 22 to the Camionette.

Link to "chenardwalcker.free.fr"

Just kidding ... I'd settle for the Y9C for pottering. (How about that moustache?) :sun:

sixcyl FR

2007-10-02 19:38

Isn't it rather a D8? ..seems to be the same car in another Holluwood production : /vehicle_119987-Delage-D8-120-Chapron-1937.html

nolouchka US

2011-06-29 11:35

It is a Delage D8 120 coachbuilt by Henri Chapron in August 1939, used in Kiss Tomorrow GoodBye and An American in Paris, belonging at the time to the Warner Brothers studio in Hollywood.
Now, the car is in Oxnard, California at the Peter Mullin museum and was repainted in Burgundy.

The original clor was ocean blue, a deep green with a fine burgundy line on the side.

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