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1959 CitroŽn ID 19

1959 CitroŽn ID 19 in La dťnonciation, Movie, 1962 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR

1959 CitroŽn ID 19

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

Comments about this vehicle

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Plainview EN

2016-01-06 18:55

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Isn't this a DS? Mid 50s?

Gamer DE

2016-01-06 18:56

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Could also be an ID.

dsl SX

2016-01-06 18:57

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Do little hubcaps mean ID??

Gamer DE

2016-01-06 19:06

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Hard to tell if it has trumpet indicators on the roof...

ingo DE

2016-01-06 19:17

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Gamer wrote Hard to tell if it has trumpet indicators on the roof...

This is not crucial, both have them.

sixcyl FR

2016-01-06 19:26

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dsl wrote Do little hubcaps mean ID??


Yes, it is an ID 19 1959+...

50sParis NL

2016-01-06 20:34

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DynaMike NL

2016-01-06 21:21

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The interior shot is made in a different car, probably a 'fake'. There's an exterior mirror on the front fender (and there's none on the other pictures), and the interior mirror is fixed to the roof whreas all ID and DS models had it on the dashboard. Impossible to have such a clear view through the low rear window...

50sParis NL

2016-01-06 23:15

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DynaMike wrote The interior shot is made in a different car, probably a 'fake'. There's an exterior mirror on the front fender (and there's none on the other pictures), and the interior mirror is fixed to the roof whreas all ID and DS models had it on the dashboard. Impossible to have such a clear view through the low rear window...

Ha! Do you think this could have fooled the French audience? :)

50sParis NL

2016-01-06 23:21

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Maybe it should added as a different vehicle :/

-- Last edit: 2016-01-06 23:21:37

ingo DE

2016-01-06 23:39

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50sParis wrote Ha! Do you think this could have fooled the French audience? :)

There are much worse scenes. For example the West German Edgar Wallace- and other criminal movies from the early 60ies. I remember a marvellous scene of a "Pater Brown"-movie with Heinz RŁhmann, where a scene starts in Hamburg in a LHD Opel Kapitšn and ends in a RHD Vauxhall in Ireland :lol: Or the chase-scene on the scooter with the canvas with total untimely street scenes behind :D

DynaMike NL

2016-01-06 23:46

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No need to make a new entry as the interior shot shows a CitroŽn ID 19 as well.

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