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1960 Pontiac Parisienne Vista Hardtop Sedan

1960 Pontiac Parisienne in The Pleasure Girls, Movie, 1965 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US — Built in: CA — Made for: GB

1960 Pontiac Parisienne Vista Hardtop Sedan

Position 01:06:21 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

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DidierF FR

2014-05-11 11:23

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DidierF FR

2014-05-11 11:42

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Plate reads [3BLX]!

Skid US

2014-05-11 11:49

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1960 Pontiac Bonneville Vista.

chris40 UK

2014-05-11 12:14

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DidierF wrote Plate reads [3BLX]!

If you're rich enough to import an American land yacht, you can afford to buy a short registration to fit US-size plates.

zodiac SE

2014-05-11 12:54

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Was a short registration number expensive in those days as well?

chris40 UK

2014-05-11 16:39

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Indeed, although it was probably a matter of person-to-person negotiation or locating a scrapper. AFAIK there weren't the businesses selling registrations in those days.

dsl SX

2014-05-11 18:24

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Early 61 plate. I think you could approach the local issuing office for that combination and ask for a specific number as long as it had not been issued, or maybe reserve a forthcoming combination in advance. Things were not centralised with DVLA until late in 1970s, so there were local arrangements.

electra225 IT

2014-05-11 18:41

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I strongly think a Canadian Pontiac: A Parisienne Vista, as they were built as LHD.

electra225 IT

2014-05-11 18:42

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I am sure it is a Canadian Parisienne: No wide track.

rjluna2 US

2014-05-11 19:59

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DidierF wrote [Image: vlcsnap-2014-05-10-21h32m28s108.jpg]

Amazing, it did used the right hand drive 1959 Chevrolet full size instrument panel which been used on both 1959/60 Chevrolet and Pontiac.

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