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1958 Austin Seven Prototype MkI [XC9003]

1958 Austin Seven Prototype MkI [XC9003] in Great Cars, Non-fiction TV, 2003-2005 IMDB Ep. 1.11

Class: Cars, Proto / Concept — Model origin: UK

1958 Austin Seven Prototype MkI [XC9003]

Position 00:04:11 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

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coopey ES

2006-09-25 19:16

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i thought it would admitt "BMC" as make but what should it be then? All the name (British Motor Corporation)?
Because this is the prototype, it wasn't an Austin nor a Morris yet (no logo)

Sunbar UK

2006-09-25 19:24

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......But the covered badge is definitely the shape for Austin and not the 'wingled-disc' shape for Morris.

Alexander DE

2006-09-25 20:16

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This is a pre-production car of 1958 with the grille that Issigonis wanted for the Austin Se7en. At that time the code was XC9003. The ADO15 code was used for the production cars.

chris40 UK

2007-09-12 15:53

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[quote=Alexander]... with the grille that Issigonis wanted for the Austin Se7en... /[quote]

... and got for the vans and pickups. And a right nuisance it was; there were some jobs it was much easier to do with the grille off. :)

chris40 UK

2007-09-15 10:05

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Pre-production is right, XC9003 is not: note the different grille.

http://www.maggie31.com/images/xc9003-1957.jpg

Alexander DE

2007-09-15 23:36

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chris40 wrote Pre-production is right, XC9003 is not: note the different grille.
http://www.maggie31.com/images/xc9003-1957.jpg

Your picture shows how it looked like in 1957. In 1958 it was modified to the above look.

dsl SX

2015-07-04 20:16

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Reused from /vehicle.php?id=826714 . This is not the famous XC9003, but XC9003 seems best description - see comments on that page and other entries in that film.

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