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1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme in Xia dao Gao Fei, Movie, 1992 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Position 00:23:58 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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garco NL

2006-07-22 00:02

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hiergehts CH

2006-07-22 01:21

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1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass

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Snookie US

2006-07-22 01:29

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1973 Cutlass

stronghold EN

2006-12-05 00:03

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rjluna2 US

2007-08-16 02:42

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This car does not have US spec headlight. What was the headlight standard being used at the time this film?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-08-16 11:42

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I would guess that either the headlamps had to be altered to meet regulations in Thailand (where this scene was filmed), or the headlamps stopped working at some point and the correct replacement parts were not available.

junkman UK

2007-08-16 11:50

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Gag Halfrunt wrote I would guess that either the headlamps had to be altered to meet regulations in Thailand (where this scene was filmed), or the headlamps stopped working at some point and the correct replacement parts were not available.


Why? What's wrong with them?

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-08-16 12:38

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I don't know, but rjluna said they were non-standard.

qwerty_86 US

2007-08-27 06:51

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I assume he means they're not DOT spec (missing the typical prism pattern on the lense), which would make sense since most of the time when he says they're non-standard, the movie is filmed elsewhere than the US.

rjluna2 US

2007-08-31 02:25

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qwerty_86 wrote I assume he means they're not DOT spec (missing the typical prism pattern on the lense), which would make sense since most of the time when he says they're non-standard, the movie is filmed elsewhere than the US.

You assumed correctly.

junkman UK

2007-08-31 19:36

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To my knowledge many countries outside the US require one to convert US cars to Euro-spec headlamps.
US sealed-beam low beams do not have a defined bright/dark zone and are not emitting an assymetrical
beam (commonly called left/right dip, depending on whether the country you register the car in has
RH or LH traffic).

qwerty_86 US

2007-09-01 07:02

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Yes, true. DOT specs are really crappy. It's designed more for reflecting off side and overhead road signs and car reflectors rather than seeing. A lot of people in the US convert their lights to E-Code. I know on my car it'll light up the reflectors on cars and signs pretty far down the road, but the visual beam on the road is only like maybe 20-40 feet in front of me.

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