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1964 Ford Galaxie 500
A couteaux tirés (1964)
Brandnew 1964 Galaxie, though I don't know if it will be possible to find out the exact version. 2007-09-17 21:06
1958 Fiat 500 Jolly Ghia [120]
A couteaux tirés (1964)
Accoprding to an article in the French magazine AutoRetro #313 (octobre 2007), this roof was introduced in 1958. Btw, what kind of license plate is this? Monaco? 2007-09-17 20:58
1962 Citroën DS 19
A couteaux tirés (1964)
The new dashboard makes it a 1962+ model. 2007-09-17 20:33
1959 Ford Thunderbird [76A]
Bone Synphony: It's a Jungle Out There (1983)
1959 [76A]. 2007-09-17 11:32
1955 Messerschmitt KR 200 Customized
Brazil (1985)
The closed front fenders indicate a KR 175, indeed. But the curved windshield came only as 1955+ KR 200... 2007-09-17 11:30
1949 Morris Six [MS]
The Best of British: The History of Jaguar (2005)
1950+ Morris Six. 2007-09-17 11:00
1970 Audi Super 90 [F103]
Mais ne nous délivrez pas du mal (1971)
With all these chromes (especially on the wheel arches) it will be a Super 90 (1966-1971). Cf: Link to "www.audipassion.com" 2007-09-15 18:02
1949 Citroën 2CV A
L'ennemi dans l'ombre (1960)
Bien que les clignotants sont bien visibles, je pencherais à une 2CV A (1949-1953), à cause des jantes de couleur foncée. Les clignots étaient livrables en accessoire. 2007-09-15 17:42
1960 Mercedes-Benz 220 SE [W111]
Peking Express (2004-2015)
'220 SE' is written on the bootlid, and double bladed bumpers and big rearlights fit well for that. Only the front lights have been changed, but it's obvious that hey are not the original ones. [W111], 1960+. 2007-09-15 17:21
Saurer N4C
Bienvenue en Suisse (2004)
It's the same as this one from 1954, that can be hired in Holland: http://www.vdmerwetrouwvervoer.nl/sauer1gr.htm 2007-09-01 23:27
1984 Volkswagen Golf II [Typ 19E]
Bienvenue en Suisse (2004)
Whatever this is... it is not a BX (though the exhaust pipe does resemble ;) ) BX's don't have the triangle shaped window in the front door. My *wild* guess would be Volkswagen Passat Variant (B2). 2007-09-01 23:23
1957 Princess 4-litre Limousine [DM4]
La femme écarlate (1969)
Even when they call it an "Austin Princess"... where 's the 'Flying A' ?? 2007-09-01 22:48
1958 NSU Prinz II [Typ 40]
Il commissario (1962)
Those strange rear side windows were only to be found on NSU Prinz models older than the Prinz IV. 2007-09-01 00:16
1959 Fiat 1800 [112]
Il commissario (1962)
May there be light in the darkness :D Black might be an exeption... If only the movie would have been made two years earlier, then I could have told you. ;) 2007-09-01 00:15
1959 Fiat 1800 [112]
Il commissario (1962)
1800 was built in 1959-1961, 1800 B (1st series) in 1961-1963, 1800 B (2nd series) 1963-1968. There were only technical differences, except that the 1800 had two-tone paint (roof in a different colour, and the 1800 B didn't. See this marvellous German site on Fiats: http://www.zuckerfabrik24.de/fiat/fiat1800B_1.htm 2007-09-01 00:06
1958 Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina [102.00]
Il commissario (1962)
You're right, it's a 2000, but there was a similar 2600, only with a different front: http://users.skynet.be/alfaromeo/pics/alfa2600berlina2.jpg 2007-08-31 23:56
La femme écarlate (1969)
antp wrote (on n'en a pas encore sur le site, dommage :/)

Ça serait tout à fait spéciale d'en trouver une dans un film: production totale de 17 exemplaires...
2007-08-31 23:52
1958 Alfa Romeo 2000 Berlina [102.00]
Il commissario (1962)
2000? I thought those were 2600... 2007-08-31 23:47
1959 Alfa Romeo Dauphine [AR1090]
Il commissario (1962)
I don't think that Renault sold Dauphines in Italy at the time they were also made by Alfa Romeo. Production of the Alfa Romeo Dauphine started in June 1959, and this car cannot be older than that: the chrome trim of the rear window was specific for the Alfa and for the 1960 Renault Dauphine Gordini (but that one had also chromed hings for the rear bonnet). Alfa differed from the French cars by the rear lights with separate reflectors on the grilles (not well visible here), the license plate light holder (but that was used also in other export markets), the chrome trim on windscreen and rear window, the square front indicators (like 1960 Dauphine Gordinis) and their scripts on dashboard and front wings. As I said, the combination of chromed windowframe and short, not chromed hings makes it sure this is an Alfa Romeo Dauphine, 1959+ 2007-08-31 23:46
1954 Hotchkiss PL 20.6 Guinard
La femme écarlate (1969)
Looks rather similar to: /vehicle_91877-Hotchkiss-PL-50-H6-G54-Guinard-1960.html , but it will be a bit older: whipers fixed on top of the windscreen, and smaller fenders with separate headlamps. 2007-08-31 22:10
1977 Citroën GSpécial Break Série 2
...Comme la Lune (1977)
Yes, since summer 1976 all GS Breaks had a rear whiper. I guess the side windows don't have stainless steel trim on the model shown here. Therefore I'd go for the GSpécial. 2007-08-31 22:05
Peugeot J7 Heuliez Augereau
Le fils de l'épicier (2007)
J7, parce que les portes des J9 étaient lisses... 2007-08-31 19:53
Dutra DR-50
Polizeiruf 110 - Der Tote im Fließ (1972)
New make :) It was 'made in GDR' I suppose. 2007-08-31 19:11
1968 Renault 16 [R1150]
La femme écarlate (1969)
By the huge numbers on the window I suppose we can say that it's a 1968 model ;). 2007-08-31 19:08
1965 Panhard 24 BT
La femme écarlate (1969)
That must have been a nice sound: the 6 cylinder Austin engine the the air-cooled flattwin Panhard in a tunnel...

Edit: btw. the Panhard is the long wheel based 24 B or BT (not the CT), 1965-1967.

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2007-08-31 19:03
1965 Ford Mustang
La femme écarlate (1969)
It's a 1965 model: grille with horizontal bar, small fake (?) air intakes in front of the rear wheels). 2007-08-31 19:00
1959 Citroën ID 19
La femme écarlate (1969)
This colour (Bleu Nuit, AC 601) was only available on 1959 IDs (license plate indicates late 1958, so m.y. 59). Though the hub caps originate from a DS, they are of course easily interchangable. 2007-08-31 18:54
1937 Cadillac Series 60
The Philadelphia Story (1940)
My geuss would be a 1939 Buick (hood ornament, side mouted spare wheel). 2007-08-31 18:11
1963 Citroën ID 19
La femme écarlate (1969)
ID indeed, 1963/64 (new bumper, old whipers).

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2007-08-31 18:03
1962 Volkswagen 1500 [Typ 31]
La femme écarlate (1969)
I can't find any Daf in this picture... The car on the left is a Volkswagen 1500 'Ponton'. 2007-08-31 17:44
1963 Simca 1300 GL
La femme écarlate (1969)
It is, 1963+. 2007-08-31 17:37
1964 Renault R4 Fourgonnette
La femme écarlate (1969)
A l'époque, c'était encore 'Fourgonnette', pas encore 'F4'. 2007-08-31 17:35
1956 Mercedes-Benz 220 S [W180.010]
La femme écarlate (1969)
1956-1959 Mercedes-Benz 220 S (or 1958-1959 MB 220 SE), [W180]. 2007-08-31 17:33
1964 Opel Admiral [A]
La femme écarlate (1969)
The Opel is one of the three 1964+ KAD models: Kapitän, Admiral, Diplomat. My guess is an Admiral [A] (chromed B-pillar). 2007-08-31 17:30
1963 Peugeot 404 Diesel
La femme écarlate (1969)
Peugeot 404. 2007-08-31 17:23
1968 Opel Olympia [A]
La femme écarlate (1969)
1968+ Opel Olympia [A] (luxury version of the Kadett [B]). Seems to be the 4-door fastback, so a 'sedan' i.s.o. 'coupé'. 2007-08-31 17:21
1957 Princess 4-litre Limousine [DM4]
La femme écarlate (1969)
No Austin "Flying A" on top of the grille, no Vanden Plas "Crown" logo on the grille... Looks to me to be a 1957-1959 Princess IV, so not an Austin nor a Vanden Plas. Cf. Alexanders comment ("guest") in /vehicle_12586-Vanden-Plas-Princess-4-litre-Limousine-1960.html 2007-08-31 17:17
1955 Pontiac Chieftain Catalina [870]
Psycho (1960)
It obviously is a hardtop coupe. This was sold as '870 Chieftain Catalina' (122" wheelbase) or as 'Star Chief Custom Catalina' (124" wheelbase). Because of the rather simple bumper (no overriders) it has to be the Chieftain. 2007-08-31 11:29
1977 Austin Allegro Special MkII [ADO67]
...Comme la Lune (1977)
Well, this is France, I'd say ;) Since May 1977 the Allegro was available in a 'Special' version with Vinyl roof, black deco on the bootlid, some extra chrome etc. 2007-08-30 23:18
1961 Dual-Ghia L6.4
Matchstick Men (2003)
I used to own this wonderful car, with a dog inside and a suitcase in the trunk... it was made by Corgi Toys ;) 2007-08-30 23:03
1972 Sovra LM 2
Je suis timide... mais je me soigne (1978)
philgood wrote ...the name of the factory ant LM mean Landois Michel, name of the boss...

Sort of copying Rosengart: most of their cars had LR in the model name, Lucien Rosengart.
2007-08-30 22:40
1952 Mercedes-Benz 170 Vb [W136.VI]
Garrison's Gorillas (1967-1968)
Mercedes indeed, but not in the last two thumbnails: split window, no suicide doors... Late thirties American, maybe Chevrolet? 2007-08-30 12:30
2004 Renault Master Série 2
Joséphine, ange gardien (1997-2015)
Looks to me like a Renault Master. 2007-08-30 12:19
1974 Opel Commodore GS [B]
...Comme la Lune (1977)
By the black rear trim it has to be a Commodore [B], 1972+ 2007-08-30 11:50
1954 Mercedes-Benz 180 [W120.010]
Tatort - Herzjagd (1980)
'Breitkühler' (large grille) and lack of overriders indicate 1959-1961 180 B (or BD) or 1961-1962 180 C (or CD). 2007-08-30 11:44
1965 Citroën Ami 6
Tatort - Herzjagd (1980)
But the grey dashboard dates from 1966 or before... And also the reflectors were only during 1965-1967 on the rear wings. The square rear lights look different from those on Ami6s and later 2CVs, maybe they were a German-spec by Hella? 2007-08-30 11:41
1972 Fiat 90 NC [X]
Tatort - Maria im Elend (1979)
For me it's OK, though personally I tend to write Fiat, Saab, Daf etc. since they can be pronounced as a word, whereas DKW, BMW, AMC etc. have to be written in capitals... I wonder if the FIAT-people themselves wanted it to be an abbreviation (Fabbrica Italiana degli Automobili Torino) or would have prferred it to be a word (they sponsored a huge monument on a mountain just outside Turin, with the text: "FIAT LUX ET LUX NOVA FACTA EST" (there be light and new light there was)... btw Alfa Romeo started as ALFA (Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica Automobili)... 2007-08-30 01:53
1967 Ford Falcon
Just Another Romantic Wrestling Comedy (2006)
Thanks! That was exactly what was bothering me... the grille didn't fit. 2007-08-30 01:38
1975 Renault 16 L [R1152]
Les galettes de Pont Aven (1975)
Je conaissais pas l'abbreviation VRP, mais heureusement il y a des dictionnaires: VRP = Voyageur Représentant Placier (commercial traveller). C'est curieux, chez nous les R16 étaient plutôt des voitures de 'petits intellectuelles' (cedre d'industrie, professeurs de lycée etc.), les VRP préféraient les Allemandes (en ce qui concerne les voitures): surtout Ford, Opel et Mercedes (diesel). 2007-08-30 01:36
1967 Ford Falcon
Just Another Romantic Wrestling Comedy (2006)
Thanks, Buc84. I couldn't find a 1967 picture. How can you tell the difference? 2007-08-30 01:25

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