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1951 Henry J Standard [K513]

1951 Henry J Standard [K513] in La môme vert-de-gris, Movie, 1953 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1951 Henry J Standard [K513]

Position 00:48:11 [*] Background vehicle

Comments about this vehicle

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sixcyl FR

2006-01-08 20:28

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the car behind the tree... seems to be a 2door sedan ,never seen such rear shape

pilou BE

2006-01-08 20:51

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Too dark and small. Could be a Nash 1951 ?

DAF555 SE

2006-01-08 20:55

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Looks like a Henry J

pilou BE

2006-01-08 20:58

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Seems long for an Henry J.

antp BE

2006-01-08 21:30

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Quote Too dark and small.


By the way, why do you all upload so dark pictures without modifying the contrast? :/

pilou BE

2006-01-08 21:38

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Something anormal here .The hood of this car , hidden by the tree cannot be that long relative to the front headlight seen left of the tree .Rear end could indeed be Henry J with the small upward fins .

sixcyl FR

2006-01-08 21:44

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Quote [quote]Too dark and small.


By the way, why do you all upload so dark pictures without modifying the contrast? :/[/quote]

I used the automatic correction, I'm going to upload a lighter picture, but I can't do anything for you about the tree :D

antp BE

2006-01-08 21:46

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Which program do you use, by the way?

sixcyl FR

2006-01-08 21:47

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...hmmm very excited, never heard about this Henry J cars :)

sixcyl FR

2006-01-08 21:47

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Quote Which program do you use, by the way?

ACDsee

Alexander DE

2006-01-08 22:40

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'Henry J' sounds good, but it is impossible to tell which model. The shape is identical for all models, even the badge engineered 'Allstate' versions.
Production started in late 1950 with the 1951 model year version.
As I don't see chrome around the front windscreen it could be the 1951 'Henry J K513', 1952 'Allstate A230' or 1953/54 'Henry J Corsair'.

http://oldcarandtruckpictures.com/HenryJ/
http://home.comcast.net/~ljfid/hjmodels.htm

Alexander DE

2006-01-08 22:45

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Quote Which program do you use, by the way?

I use IrfanView. Quite good and free of charge. The batch conversion possibilities are useful for all those movie cars.

antp BE

2006-01-08 22:47

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I use Paint Shop Pro 9 for it's automatic contrast enhancement that works quite well. Until now I haven't found a free program that does that as good :/
For other tasks Xnview & Irfanview are nice ;)

Alexander DE

2006-01-08 22:57

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Quote I use Paint Shop Pro 9 for it's automatic contrast enhancement that works quite well. Until now I haven't found a free program that does that as good :/
For other tasks Xnview & Irfanview are nice ;)

I usually just use gamma correction. If I need more I will use real image processing software ... which costs real money and time.

sixcyl FR

2006-01-08 23:07

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Quote 'Henry J' sounds good, but it is impossible to tell which model. The shape is identical for all models, even the badge engineered 'Allstate' versions.
Production started in late 1950 with the 1951 model year version.
As I don't see chrome around the front windscreen it could be the 1951 'Henry J K513', 1952 'Allstate A230' or 1953/54 'Henry J Corsair'.

http://oldcarandtruckpictures.com/HenryJ/
http://home.comcast.net/~ljfid/hjmodels.htm


thank's , I've learned something new, that's fine!... we can assume it's a Henri J then,

Alexander DE

2006-01-08 23:10

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Quote Too dark and small.

We had darker
/vehicle_14829-Vauxhall-Cresta-1957.html
/vehicle_13346-Vauxhall-R-type-20-60-hp-1928.html
and smaller
/vehicle_16550-Willys-Jeep-CJ-3A-1948.html
:D



-- Last edit: 2006-01-08 23:10:50

Alexander DE

2006-01-08 23:12

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Quote ... we can assume it's a Henri J then,

Yes, but with 'y'. ;)

Fid60 US

2007-01-16 00:19

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It is definitely a Henry J. I think the part that is misleading everyone regarding the length etc. is that the headlight you see on the other side of the tree is actually the passenger side headlight which makes the proportions correct.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-23 21:41:07

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