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1912 Renault 35CV Replica

1912 Renault 35CV in Titanic, Movie, 1997 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR

1912 Renault 35CV Replica

Position 00:21:27 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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ahight US

2006-11-12 00:12

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[Image: renault2su6.5788.jpg] [Image: renault3ns6.4900.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2006-11-12 00:16:23

ahight US

2006-11-12 00:42

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replaced main photo and added others. the ID of car was already here and not sure if it's correct.

yvon52 BE

2006-11-12 14:21

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Renault 1912 aussi, mais sans les mots Atles Tractor

G-MANN UK

2006-11-12 15:41

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This is the car Jack and Rose (Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet) have sex in, right? The hand on the steamed-up window scene?

-- Last edit: 2006-11-12 15:41:39

antp BE

2006-11-12 16:18

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Yes, that's in this way that the car is "used", as it is not actually driven if I remember well.

garco NL

2006-11-12 17:08

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2 stars.

antp BE

2006-11-12 17:49

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Why 2? I would give it 3, the scene was somewhat long & important, no? (and it is also well visible in the earler scene on main picture)

garco NL

2006-11-13 19:48

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Ehm, I would have choosed that. As important cars that actually deserve 3 stars, that are important because seeing a lot get 4 stars, I was thinking here an important car which don't drive at all gets 2... ;)

antp BE

2006-11-13 19:56

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A car can be used for some time even if it is not driven, but I agree that we could consider "use" as "drive"... so this one is not really used. Ok for two stars then.
By the way does the other 3-star car of the movie deserve it? I do not remember the beginning of the movie.

garco NL

2006-11-13 20:29

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If I remeber well Kate Winslett uses it, but only when see gets out. I would give that one 2 stars too if she only gets out in one scene. But I don't know if there's anther scene in the car for example.

2491tj EN

2007-01-23 21:54

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1909 Renault Labourdette-bodied coupe..based on historical fact,it was actually loaded onto the real Titanic..whats left of the actual vehicle is still in its hold!!

antp BE

2007-01-23 22:01

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Lots of sources give 1912

horizonbound US

2007-10-17 04:52

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Sorry everybody, but you're ALL off on this one! This is a sheet-metal replica of the Renault Town Car shipped aboard Titanic. It's built on a salvage Model T chassis. No engine or running gear. The front wheels could not even steer; to move the car they would put a floor jack under the front and haul it around by hand.

The car was built by Adams Custom Engines in Reno, Nevada on behalf of the National Automobile Museum ( www.automuseum.org ). The museum also provided the 1912 Rambler for the movie, which is on display to this day. Its name does not appear in the credits to prevent anybody from suspecting payment to the museum and endangering its non-profit status. The museum received no compensation for providing these vehicles.

The sheet metal Renault Replica was built to be destroyed in the hold-flooding scene and was. It no longer exists.

CRAFT372 US

2010-01-18 14:08

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I aldso think that it shoud gett 3 stars even if it is not driven it is used in a wery importand scene in the movie

-- Last edit: 2010-04-13 23:11:51

Trainboy12 UK

2010-03-06 01:57

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Technicley this is a Made for Movie.

antp BE

2010-03-06 17:46

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It is a more or less exact replica (hence the "replica" in the name)
"made for movie" are for cars which do not look much like a real one

NS3730 HK

2010-07-06 17:17

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It's 3 stars

mji46 US

2011-06-25 08:31

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G-MANN wrote This is the car Jack and Rose (Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet) have sex in, right? The hand on the steamed-up window scene?


yeah it was, even though I couldn't tell whose hand that was on the steamed-up window.

-- Last edit: 2011-10-01 03:51:53

mgisbert ES

2011-07-03 18:28

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Renault 1912 Coupé de Ville.Acheté par Sir William Carter a Billancourt ( Seine )France., chargé dans le Titanic 6 D'Avril de 1912 ( dans le film est le même jour du dèpart - petit erreur - )Sir Carter n'est pas decedé dans le " Wrek " Et a demandée a la White Star Line plus de 5.000 $.Robert Ballard on peu voir les restes avec ses petits batiscafos 4.000m. au fons le 01.09.1985.Pas d'acord avec 35hp. ,correct-35 MPH , est sa máx. velocité.Puissance reel 25CV.

-- Last edit: 2018-12-17 19:57:45

dsl SX

2013-09-29 03:58

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FL 3696 or 3698 issued sometime between 1903 and 1928 but no trace now on record.

jpts AU

2016-01-01 15:33

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I've checked the Titanic's cargo manifest, the car was indeed purchased by William Ernest Carter who and his family was returning on the ship to their home in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania after a family vacation to Europe.

Over the years from 1902, 1904 to 1906 and 1908 to 1910, the Carter Family had travelled to and from Europe and in May 1911, the Carter Family sailed to the Britain onboard the Cunard liner; RMS Lusitania for the Coronation celebrations of King George V and his wife; Queen Mary and the London Seasons.

During the winter of late 1911, early 1912, the Carters rented the Rotherby Manor at the Melton-Mowbray district in Leicestershire.

The car itself was bought during the Family's trip to France.

The Family was booked originally to return to the US on the RMS Olympic departing Southampton on the 3rd April 1912 but the Family changed the reservations at the last minute.

Also booked on the Titanic was Carter's manservant; Alexander Cairns travelling in First Class, Carter's driver; Augustus Aldworth and Lucille's maid; Augusta Serreplaà travelling in Second Class.

The car was packed in a crate and placed onto the Titanic and shortly before the voyage, Carter had insured the car with the Lloyds of London.

The Carter Family also brought their dogs onto the ships; the family's Airedale terrier and his wife; Lucille's Pekinese spaniel.

Carter Family had survived the sinking and afterwards, he made a claim on the car for $5,000 and two claims on the dogs for $300.

-- Last edit: 2018-07-12 12:31:08

GodzillaFan54 CA

2018-09-13 06:11

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I highly doubt there's anything left of the IRL car today. When the front end of the Titanic hit the ocean floor, the car was probably obliterated. If it wasn't and it somehow remained in place, the amount of water pressure probably crushed the car or maybe the car just rusted away to nothing and all that's left are the tires. Unless someone visits the wreck and shines one of those minisubs into the hold where the car was, we'll never know.

chicomarx BE

2018-09-13 17:28

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mgisbert wrote Pas d'acord avec 35hp

Renault Type CB Coupé de Ville Replica might be better.
dsl wrote FL 3696 or 3698 issued sometime between 1903 and 1928 but no trace now on record.

Was there a British plate on the original?

mgisbert ES

2018-12-17 20:03

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El Renault 35 se cargó desarmado dentro de una caja, al igual que los otros vehiculos tenian que estar dentro de cajas para meterlos en la bodega.

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