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1959 Renault Caravelle Convertible [R1092]

1959 Renault Caravelle Convertible [R1092] in Gone in 60 Seconds, Movie, 1974 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: FR — Made for: USA

1959 Renault Caravelle Convertible [R1092]

Position 00:53:21 [*] Background vehicle

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antp BE

2005-12-28 18:03

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Could this red car be a Renault Floride?

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-- Last edit: 2011-04-13 17:34:54

Saturn Simon UK

2005-12-28 18:06

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Yes, either that or a Caravelle.

The black car is interesting too: It's an MG 1300.

antp BE

2005-12-28 18:11

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The MG was already listed:
/vehicle_5816-MG.html

sixcyl FR

2005-12-28 20:01

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seems to be a Cabriolet with hard-top

DIEHARD NL

2005-12-28 20:51

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What about the white car standing before the floride in the air picture? Any ideas?

antp BE

2005-12-28 20:54

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No better picture of it, since the car moved in the other scene (there are 3 minutes between the two pictures... but no reason of why these cars should all have moved)

hiergehts CH

2005-12-31 05:43

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The white car looks like a 1968-69 AMC Rambler : http://www.adclassix.com/images/69amcramblercoupe.jpg

DIEHARD NL

2005-12-31 17:49

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You're right on that. I suppose you mean the white stationcar driving in the right of the first picture. But I meant the white car in the second picture, standing parked along the road behind the Renault Floride. I think it looks somewhat like a Citroën DS?

antp BE

2005-12-31 18:04

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parked in the wrong way then? It looks quite short

DIEHARD NL

2005-12-31 18:08

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Indeed parked in the wrong way. The rear end looks a lot like a DS, with that low bumper. Also the doors are a lot wider then the roof, like a DS. But I am not sure. It was just a hinch and I was curious what you guys thought of it ;)

-- Last edit: 2005-12-31 18:08:41

DynaMike NL

2010-07-21 12:54

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Because of the black painted roof it has to be earlier than 1964 (since which date the hardtop had the same colour as the body, and had an edgier shape). Because there seem to be side air intakes, I'd go for a 1959-1962 Floride, renamed Caravelle for the US-market.
The white car in teh thumbnail is not a DS and it is not parked in the wrong way. It is some edgy US wagon (cf the roof-rack on the rear of the roof).

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