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1964 Ford Country Squire

1964 Ford Country Squire in Goldfinger, Movie, 1964 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: US

1964 Ford Country Squire

Position 01:00:22 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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no_car EE

2006-01-19 16:16

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[Image: goldfingercountrysquiregl9.7977.jpg] [Image: goldfingercountrysquirebc3.5348.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2008-09-08 17:59:20 (G-MANN)

pilou BE

2006-01-19 16:17

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Ford Country Squire 1964

junkman UK

2006-09-27 09:58

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Interesting about this car is that it is painted in poppy red, a Mustang ONLY colour! It also has the small hubcaps, despite the Squire came with full wheel covers as standard. This must be a special order car.

rjluna2 US

2007-01-05 04:15

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This may be for the british market. There may be few scene with american cars is being used filming at England.

Fatt Matt EN

2007-01-27 18:47

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I think this car was owned/used a lot by Pinewood Studios in the 60's. I'm convinced this car also appears in 'Billion Dollar Brain', the American scenes of which were shot in England apparently.

-- Last edit: 2007-01-27 18:48:05

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-01-27 19:03

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Fatt Matt wrote I think this car was owned/used a lot by Pinewood Studios in the 60's. I'm convinced this car also appears in 'Billion Dollar Brain', the American scenes of which were shot in England apparently.

This one: /vehicle_81505-Ford-Country-Squire-1964.html

Colorado Bill US

2008-03-02 02:10

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In the USA the Country Squire was the top of the line Ford wagon, and as such would have had full wheel covers, never hub caps.

lovefords US

2009-02-04 23:02

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In 1964, full wheel covers were optional ($16.60) on the Country Squire, as well as the Custom, Custom 500, Galaxie 500, Ranch Wagon, and Country Sedan models. The Galaxie 500/XL did have special full wheel covers as standard equipment. Wire Wheel Covers were optional on all models ($45.10). This car is not Poppy Red, it is Rangoon Red (code J). I have a picture of the data plate and it will be featured soon in Legendary Ford Magazine. While it is true that Country Squires were usually seen with the Deluxe Full Wheel Covers they were none the less optional, just like an AM radio (which this car also lacks). Also note it does not have an outside rear view mirror, also optional in 1964 on all models. This is not at all a special order car. Just one rarely seen in such a configuration. Please see the LOVEfords web site for more information www.lovefords.org. Have a Ford-filled day.

maszakow PL

2011-09-22 00:11

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Guys - note this is Station Wagon body. capacity - 9 passengers :) and it's not a van :)

http://www.bmt216a.dk/Vehicles/V163.html

cudak888 US

2013-01-12 04:00

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Goldfinger's ranch was a set constructed in Pinewood, so this is either an English-market example, or something special ordered for Pinewood's fleet.

-Kurt

-- Last edit: 2013-01-25 03:03:57

maxman CA

2013-08-12 22:17

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Yes. Sean Connery in fact never set foot in America during filming.

jettalover US

2013-08-13 02:57

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Wow, no outside mirrors. What was that like driving with only the inside rear view mirror?

martyk

2014-04-26 18:39

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I have wanted one of these for some time. Any leads to purchase would be appreciated. Located in Western Washington but will travel.. Contact martyk98@comcast.net.

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