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1963 Ford Zodiac MkIII [213E]

1963 Ford Zodiac MkIII [213E] in Look at Life: The Big Take-off, Documentary, 1966

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1963 Ford Zodiac MkIII [213E]

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johnfromstaffs EN

2014-06-26 19:15

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The white one looks different, any ideas?

Sunbar UK

2014-06-26 20:11

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Rover P5 with a newspaper over the back window? No rear glass is shaped like that and has a rear quarter-lite!

chris40 UK

2014-06-26 20:20

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Austin A60 Cambridge [ADO38A]?

Sunbar UK

2014-06-26 20:26

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chris40 wrote Austin A60 Cambridge [ADO38A]?


Colour and rear end says you're probably correct!

samyuk CA

2014-06-26 22:57

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isn't the green car a Ford Zodiac Mk III from 1962?

-- Last edit: 2014-06-26 22:58:36

zodiac SE

2014-06-26 23:17

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It might indeed be a Ford Zodiac Mk III, but the two obvious refference points are hidden; the quarter light window behind the rear door (only on the Zodiac) and the tail strips beneath the rear lights.
Would it be possible with another shot, perhaps just one frame later?

johnfromStaffs EN

2014-06-28 09:43

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I think it's a Zodiac. the rear screen seems to be a little larger, due to the six light treatment apparently. Also agree that the white car is a Cambridge, looking at it on 400% zoom on the laptop you can spot the twin chrome strips.

If the film had been made in Crewe, rather than Derby, the cars might have been a bit less ordinary.

chris40 UK

2014-06-28 11:25

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I go for the Zodiac too. The quarter-light window is mostly behind someone's head and the rear tinsel hidden by a lunchbox.

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