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unknown in Yûhi ni akai ore no kao, Movie, 1961 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible

unknown

Position 00:01:50 [*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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DidierF FR

2013-10-21 05:29

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[Image: vlcsnap-2013-10-20-23h32m00s157.jpg][Image: vlcsnap-2013-10-20-23h37m20s37.jpg]
[Image: vlcsnap-2013-10-20-23h50m28s210.jpg][Image: vlcsnap-2013-10-21-02h54m14s112.jpg]

DidierF FR

2013-10-21 09:58

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Any idea, anybody?

Can this be a pre-WWIIJapanese car?

(I don't know why, I find it has some Italian taste.)

electra225 IT

2013-10-21 16:24

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DidierF wrote Any idea, anybody?

Can this be a pre-WWIIJapanese car?

(I don't know why, I find it has some Italian taste.)



But I don't believe it is Italian!

...maybe an Otha ???

-- Last edit: 2013-10-21 16:24:32

johnfromStaffs EN

2013-10-21 17:57

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Is there a picture showing the front suspension?

DidierF FR

2013-10-21 21:31

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johnfromStaffs wrote Is there a picture showing the front suspension?

I have this:
[Image: vlcsnap-2013-10-20-23h05m12s204.jpg]

I'm affraid I wouldn't find anything more precise.

DidierF FR

2013-10-21 21:37

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Actually, next is the 'lowest' front view:
[Image: vlcsnap-2013-10-21-21h34m16s141.jpg]

johnfromStaffs EN

2013-10-21 23:17

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I was hoping that the front suspension would be independent and we might therefore say it was a post-war car cobbled up to look like a pre-war one. No such luck. Instead we appear to have beam axles suspended on cart springs both fore and aft. The other interesting point is that the car has hydraulic brakes by the look of it. The only further information I can offer is that if this were a British car, it would most likely be a Morris, Wolseley or MG chassis with those brakes and cart springs. Maybe those with a better knowledge of pre-war European cars can help.

DidierF FR

2013-10-21 23:25

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In a sense, it is good news that the car is a real pre-war model.

(I can't get pictures of early Japanese models, except some Datsun which don't match, and this 1938 Nissan which I find pretty close to ours.)

DidierF FR

2014-10-04 19:23

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Opel?

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