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1950 Ford De Luxe Fordor [D73]

1950 Ford De Luxe [D73] in All the Queen's Men, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1950 Ford De Luxe Fordor [D73]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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stronghold EN

2008-09-16 12:26

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Ddey65 US

2008-09-16 13:04

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1950

bear-0001 US

2008-09-17 17:33

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more like a 49 the parking lights are not stock. end of horiz. bar on 49 ends with a spear. 50 had a cast end. best way to tell if you can see left side is there a gas filler door than its a 50 if just a cap its a 49

Ddey65 US

2008-09-17 22:57

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The '49's had the word "F O R D" spelled out over the spear of the grille. The '50's had that crest you see there.

john from Staffs EN

2008-09-18 19:20

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Did Ford USA only make one model in 1949/50? What was it called?

Ddey65 US

2008-09-19 14:55

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john from Staffs wrote Did Ford USA only make one model in 1949/50? What was it called?

Oh, they had models. I just don't know which one this is. Considering that it's owned by the military, you'd expect it to be a bargain-basement model of some kind.



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thebrettster US

2008-09-19 23:29

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Its a Crestline

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vilero ES

2008-11-26 13:36

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thebrettster wrote Its a Crestline

http://home.no.net/ayla/Ford/pages/1950%20Ford%20Crestline.htm

DynaMike NL

2008-11-26 14:27

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Indeed, a CrestlineR would have been a top of the range 2-door sedan with two-tone paint. This is a very basic DeLuxe Fordor.

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