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1934 Buick Series 50 Four Door Sedan [57]

1934 Buick Series 50 [57] in The Cincinnati Kid, Movie, 1965 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1934 Buick Series 50 Four Door Sedan [57]

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pilou BE

2009-06-10 11:42

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1934 or 1935 Buick, model hard to tell without a side view.Wheelbase appears the 128-inch of the sereies 60 (1934)or Century ( 1935)

vilero ES

2009-06-10 11:52

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Only this extra pic. Can help to say if it's a '34 or '35?
[Image: 177212-CincinnatiKid8.jpg]

vilero ES

2009-06-10 11:59

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@Pilou: Hi again. Please, (if you can) have a look to these two Buicks unknown here /movie_43503-The-Enforcer.html

garco NL

2009-06-10 12:11

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I think pilou only sees the first page of the unidentified list...

nzcarnerd NZ

2009-06-10 12:17

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Vilero, it is not possible to distinguish between the 1934 and 1935 Buick. Buick continued the 1934 models into 1935 while they prepared the completely new 1936 models which were introduced in September 1935. Easier to just call them all 1934. The series 40 models - easily distinguished by having only 3 strips on the hood sides, painted haeadlight shells and no external horns - only began in May 1934 - mid season.

vilero ES

2009-06-10 12:21

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So, can we ID this one as '34 Series 40 [47] like /vehicle_26495-Buick-Series-40-47-1934.html ?

nzcarnerd NZ

2009-06-11 11:35

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Vilero, this Buick has four strips along the hood, chrome headlights and external horns, so is one of the bigger models, either a 57 or a 67 but from this angle it is impossible to be certain. The side mounted spares were a popular option on all models so are not a clue. Contrary to what is written in '70 Years of Buick', model names did not appear until the 1936 model year.

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