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1933 Buick Series 50 Convertible [56-C]

1933 Buick Series 50 [56-C] in Mauvaise graine, Movie, 1934 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1933 Buick Series 50 Convertible [56-C]

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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sixcyl FR

2006-09-03 20:04

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C'est la voiture du "héros" au début du film, un riche fils à papa qui tourne mal... une Buick, 8 Cylindre en ligne, 130km/h... comme il en fait fièrement l'article à la jeune femme qu'il rencontre chez son garagiste et qu'il invite à un petit rdv de fin d'après midi au pont Alexandre III...

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40century US

2006-09-03 22:25

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The car is a 1933 Buick. This beautiful and very exciting Buick is probably the Series 50, Model 56-C Convertible, of which only four were built for export from the U.S. Another 246 were built for the U.S. market. It has optional dual fenderwells (sidemounts) with metal covers, and a trunk rack. The Series 50 line had a 119-inch wheelbase. It could also possibly be a 127-inch wheelbase Model 66C, which had a larger engine. There were 152 Series 60, Model 66-C Convertibles, but none were ordered for export, apparently. This car also has headlamps that are European style. It is also interesting to see the Marchal and Michelin signs in the background of some of the shots.

sixcyl FR

2006-09-04 01:27

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40century wrote The car is a 1933 Buick. This beautiful and very exciting Buick is probably the Series 50, Model 56-C Convertible, of which only four were built for export from the U.S. Another 246 were built for the U.S. market. It has optional dual fenderwells (sidemounts) with metal covers, and a trunk rack. The Series 50 line had a 119-inch wheelbase. It could also possibly be a 127-inch wheelbase Model 66C, which had a larger engine. There were 152 Series 60, Model 66-C Convertibles, but none were ordered for export, apparently. This car also has headlamps that are European style. It is also interesting to see the Marchal and Michelin signs in the background of some of the shots.

Thank's for this help :king:

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