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1968 Authi MG 1100 MkI [ADO16]

1968 Authi MG 1100 MkI [ADO16] in Il medico della mutua, Movie, 1968 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Built in: ES — Made for: E

1968 Authi MG 1100 MkI [ADO16]

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chris40 UK

2010-05-16 13:26

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Seems to be an MG 1100 [ADO16]. These were never manufactured by Innocenti, and the plate doesn't look Italian anyway.

-- Last edit: 2010-05-16 13:31:57

Barrett UK

2010-05-16 15:12

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I like that some european was mental enough to buy one of these when it was new!

electra225 IT

2010-05-16 16:52

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It has probably a French plate. In Italy it was available for a very short while...

ingo DE

2010-05-16 17:30

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Hmm, but the plate with white with black letters - didn't France have black one in the 60ies?

It doesn't look like a German plate (the MG 1100 wasn't available here anyways), so my guess is, that it's an older Swiss plate. A long time ago they had such big plates for the front. And in Switzerland plates are connected to the owner, not the car, so even today you can see brand new cars with old plates (similar as in Belgium).

DynaMike NL

2010-05-16 17:38

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Since November 1963 these white reflecting plates (and yellow ones for the rear of the car) were allowed in France. But maybe it's a Spanish plate?

chris40 UK

2010-05-16 17:48

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I think it's an old Spanish plate too. According to http://www.aronline.co.uk/index.htm?ado16spainf.htm Authi were building MG 1100s at this time.

electra225 IT

2010-05-16 19:31

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Agree: Spanish plate: It is definitely a 2 door: could it even be a 1300 ? This colour seems very modern in 1968. (It looks very 70's...).

-- Last edit: 2010-05-16 23:53:14

chris40 UK

2010-05-16 20:33

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According to the link I gave above, Authi didn't start making the 1300 until September 1968 (they think), so that might be pushing it a bit. IIRC this colour became fashionable in the late 60s.

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