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Chevrolet COE

Chevrolet COE in Kennwort... Reiher, Movie, 1964 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: US

Chevrolet COE

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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ingo DE

2012-07-02 00:50

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Anachronism: the boy's haircut. But this was a problem in the whole 60ies - always every maker of movies, set in the past, were absolutely unable to make the correct haircuts. There are movies, set in WWII or earlier, where the ladies have the mid-60ies-beehives on the head.
(G-Mann: yes, I switch off then. It's unbearable).

andrepa DE

2012-07-02 00:56

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[Image: valer.jpg] [Image: vari.jpg]
afraid it┤s time to switch off?
Marie Versini slightly improved her haircut
compared to her last engagement as
Nscho-tschi

-- Last edit: 2012-07-02 22:02:43

andrepa DE

2012-07-02 01:24

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Anachronism: no longer boy still wearing similar haircut in 2003
http://www.1-87vehicles.org/photo187/andre_siefert.php

-- Last edit: 2012-07-02 01:56:41

tom11

2012-07-02 03:12

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That's not a Bedford RL, that's a Chevrolet COE http://motoburg.com/images/chevrolet-60-coe-04.jpg

dsl SX

2012-07-02 12:29

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Agree not Bedford RL. Anyone else for Chevrolet COE??

andrepa DE

2012-07-02 13:43

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found badge of Chevrolet COE
[Image: bed1.jpg]
http://world-viewer.com/photos/chevrolet-coe-truck/02/


-- Last edit: 2012-07-02 22:51:48

andrepa DE

2012-07-02 22:49

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guess it was before the Bedford, beeing some kind of timplate!

this concept gained acceptance in Germany, too
called Kurzhauber ="shorthooder" is there a certain name in english?
And how do you call a truck with no hood at all
Frontlenker = "frontalsteerer"
A car consists of 10.000 parts, 9.900 without proper translation in dictionary
another word i search every evening is SICKE
every car has recessed edges on sidewall often without trimline,

there is no dictionary on this whole planet for automotive terms, yet!
It is easier by far to translate Shakespeare than!


-- Last edit: 2012-07-02 23:14:17

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