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CitroŽn 2CV

CitroŽn 2CV in Une vie en retour, Movie made for TV, 2005 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR

?? Unknown vehicle role

Comments about this vehicle


Sandie SX

2016-09-02 22:29


Stats here:

100 pages = 3000+ listed

Pierre EN

2016-09-03 19:19


Thanks, Sandie, league leader I've seen so far is the Ford Crown Victoria - presumably including lots of cabs and/or police cars.
I can empathise with whoever started the page for this movie. I started one for 'Cool It, Carol' arguably one of the most unpleasant, irresponsible films yet made, then realised I was clueless when it came to uploading the relative images (which included an A125 hearse).
The best I've managed to date, when I spot an interesting vehicle in an unlisted film, is identify a similar model on the database and then make comment that another one features in 'The Little Hut' or whatever.

-- Last edit: 2016-09-03 19:33:37

dsl SX

2016-09-07 14:06


@Pierre - uploading entries is fairly straightforward when you get the hang of it - several different methods to pick from - I use VLC as a player and take screensnips as easy method. It took me a fair time on the site before I dared to try it, but was well worth doing, so recommended as a way for increasing enjoyment. Help/advice readily available from lots of us to encourage you to dip into it.

In terms of what you do at the moment of adding comments about interesting stuff in unlisted films, my suggestion would be to open a film page, then write comment on main page listing what tempting morsels you spotted in the film. That would give the best guide for anyone else who might then follow up and make a full posting. Adding comments on same-car/different-film pages probably goes nowhere (too fragmented, and the comments get buried too easily), and creating individual car pages without pictures isn't encouraged. What do other admins think about this??

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