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1958 Panhard Dyna 58 Grand Luxe [Z12]

1958 Panhard Dyna 58 [Z12] in Effroyables jardins, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR

1958 Panhard Dyna 58 Grand Luxe [Z12]

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

Comments about this vehicle

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francisharley FR

2008-01-17 21:04

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francisharley FR

2008-01-17 21:06

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francisharley FR

2008-01-17 21:07

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Isabelle Candelier et Jacques Villeret

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francisharley FR

2008-01-17 21:52

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Pendant le tournage du film

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carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-17 22:02

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You can better create one post per each group of thumbnails at once rather than posting each line individually.

carchasesfanatic ES

2008-01-17 22:03

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By the way what a nice car :p

DynaMike NL

2008-01-17 23:09

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Isn't it marvellous :love: And what a pity you cannot hear the noise of the engine... It's a Dyna 58 (new vent windows in the front doors with no full chrome trim, since march 1958) Grand Luxe (these vent windows, small rims on the headlights, only accessory stone gruard deco on the rear wheel arches) [Z12]. The central foglight (of which the glass is missing) is not original (only on Grand Standing), and also the upholstery and the yellow colour are not original. But the colour suits the car very well :)

DynaMike NL

2008-01-17 23:14

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Btw the rear stone guards are a Robri accessory.

Alexander DE

2008-01-18 02:17

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It seems you know a thing or two about these cars, DynaMike ... :D
Even I haven't identified a car by it's stone guard!

A very nice car, indeed! Thanks for posting, Francis!

DIEHARD NL

2008-01-18 08:06

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Very nice :king:

DynaMike NL

2008-01-18 12:51

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I just hope stone guard is the right word for the shiny deco piece just in front of the rar wheel arch (sabot d'aile, spatbordsierstuk)...

Alexander DE

2008-01-18 13:13

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I don't know either. But it was no question what you meant.

chris40 UK

2008-01-19 11:49

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I'm pretty sure it was stoneguard when I bought a pair for my VW 1300. BTW aren't those pretty plates fake? Surely 'I' isn't allowed on French plates?

Ingo DE

2008-01-19 12:30

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@Alexander: Dynamike meint Steinschlagecken, die Chromschalen am Radlauf.

Ingo DE

2008-01-19 12:31

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"Kotflügelschutzecken" hieß es bei VW laut dem 1970er Zubehör-Katalog.

chris40 UK

2008-01-19 16:09

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Wahrscheinlich, aber bei uns versteht man "Kotflügelschutzecken" gar nicht ...

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Alexander DE

2008-01-19 18:58

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Danke, Ingo, aber es war mir klar, was Mike meinte. Es ging nur um den richtigen Fachausdruck.

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I checked for matching words and there are several existing:
gravel guard
gravel protection
gravel shield (US)
stone deflector
stone shield (US)
stoneguard

Two more phrases:
fender cover (US)
wing protector
But I think these refer to the rubber mats placed over the wing when mechanics work on the engine.

Ingo DE

2008-01-19 21:38

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francisharley wrote Pendant le tournage du film

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The movie-truck looks like based on a Ford Transit MK I. Its hubcaps are from an early Citroen CX.

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sixcyl FR

2009-03-09 20:06

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DynaMike wrote and the yellow colour are not original. But the colour suits the car very well :)


It confirm what I thought ;)
My uncle had bought the same in the late 50's... in very pale yellow colour (paille) , that was a genuine colour

-- Last edit: 2009-03-09 20:06:25

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