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1976 Mini Clubman Estate [ADO20]

1976 Mini Clubman Estate [ADO20] in Buongiorno, notte, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: UK — Made for: I

1976 Mini Clubman Estate [ADO20]

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daniel h UK

2006-09-12 16:56

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Mini Clubman Estate

dsl SX

2010-10-15 15:57

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Agree Clubman estate, with May 76 onwards trim (stick-on stripes). Why do we have so many of these late Clubman estates in Italian films? When was the last Innocenti estate made?

JCB UK

2010-10-15 16:04

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They were very fashionable 'shopping' cars with the trendy set (young women) in Italy apparently, bit like the new mini I suppose.

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electra225 IT

2011-04-01 17:59

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(for dsl): the last innocenti Mini wagon was produced early in 1973 but they were never Clubmans.
Clubman Estate were imported since late 1969 in short numbers at the very beginning.
later, since late 1974 such imports (Mini Clubman estates) increased very much and, as JBC says, they were fashionable shopping cars for the trendy set.
You see many of them used in quite recent movies or TV films about the killing of Aldo Moro (as "Il caso Moro", "Buongiorno, notte", or "Aldo Moro il Presidente" simply because in one of the most well known pictures of the killing, just of the right of the Alfetta of the Police which was following the Fiat 130 of Aldo Moro, there was parked a Tahiti blue circa 1976 Mini Clubman Estate. therefore most film directors try to create a true scene hiring such cars...

dsl SX

2011-04-01 18:50

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@electra. Thanks - on a quick count we have 13 1976+ Mini Clubman Estates in Italian films and only 9 in all non-Italian situations, so this particularly Italian fascination intrigues me. The French, for instance, did not join the bandwagon. And while we have a couple of Italian 74-75 Clubmen estates, it seems only after 76 that the craze started. The Moro anecdote is useful.

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