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1982 Nissan Sentra [B11]
The Dead Zone (2002-2007)
I think it's the Sunny, but I get always confused with the American names... 310? 2007-07-23 00:58
1975 Peugeot 504
The Dead Zone (2002-2007)
Looks like Argentine bumpers. 2007-07-23 00:57
1936 Peugeot 402
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963)
And on the right a nice Peugeot D3A/D4A in Microbus version... 2007-07-23 00:41
1953 Citroën 11 BL 'Traction'
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963)
Both Tractions are 4-cylinder models with straight bumpers, and both look quite small. Therefore I'd say the black one is a 1953+ 11 BL (berline légère), the grey one in the thumbnail a 1954+ 11 BL (since until 1953 all postwar French Tractions were available only in black, in 1954 they came in light grey and dark blue as well). 2007-07-23 00:38
1984 Pontiac Grand Prix
Criminal Xing (2007)
I agree with Buc84: this is a Pontiac Grand Prix. 2007-07-22 23:46
1986 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale
Criminal Xing (2007)
1986 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale

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2007-07-22 23:38
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air [2402]
Criminal Xing (2007)
1956 Chevrolet Bel Air two-door sedan [2402]. (it's not a coupe). 2007-07-22 23:31
1960 Hillman Husky Series II
Every Day's a Holiday (1965)
I won't disagree ;) 2007-07-22 23:19
1960 Hillman Husky Series II
Every Day's a Holiday (1965)
And the two-tone paint is absolutely in favour of the Hillman, indeed. Things aren't really easy, are they? :think: 2007-07-22 23:11
1992 Volvo 240 [245]
High Fidelity (2000)
Looks like a rather late 240 Estate [244]. 2007-07-22 23:07
1959 Citroën ID 19 Ambulance
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963)
The estate versions of the ID were introduced in October 1958, and I think that the Ambulance was available since then as well. (I've got a Dutch brochure of the Ambulance for model year 1960 and a French one foor M.Y. 1961) 2007-07-22 22:45
1960 Hillman Husky Series II
Every Day's a Holiday (1965)
But it doesn't have the overriders on the bumper, which differentiate the Hillmans from the Commers... And the rear window somehow looks different... I'd go for Commer Cob. 2007-07-22 22:22
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Impala
The Wanderers (1979)
But is it called Impala or Bel Air Impala? In my catalogue it's Impala in the Bel Air range... 2007-07-22 21:14
1988 Eagle Quest II Hearse
Inspector Morse (1987-2000)
1987+ Mk.III. 2007-07-22 21:09
1954 Panhard Dyna Junior Cabriolet [X87]
Le tracassin ou les plaisirs de la ville (1961)
Les poignées de porte visibles, nouvelle calandre: Cabriolet de 1954+. 2007-07-22 20:20
1954 Panhard Dyna Junior Cabriolet [X87]
Poisson d'avril (1954)
Poignées de portes extérieures, vitres descendantes, nouvelle calandre: Cabriolet de 1954+ 2007-07-22 20:19
1953 Panhard Dyna Junior Cabriolet [X87]
Cléo de 5 à 7 (1961)
Poignées de porte extérieures: Cabriolet. 2007-07-22 20:16
1952 Panhard Dyna Junior Roadster 4CV [X86]
Les félins (1964)
Premier modèle de la planche de bord, des petites vitres triangulaires rélativement grandes: c'est une roadster. 2007-07-22 20:11
1953 Panhard Dyna Junior Cabriolet [X87]
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963)
D'accord! 2007-07-22 20:03
1952 Ford Mainline [70A]
Der Zinker (1963)
I agree with Big Dave that this is a 1952-1954 Ford. The 2-door sedan was available as basic Mainline [70A] or mid-range Customline [70B], not as Crestline. Because of the lack of side trim: Mainline. 2007-07-22 20:03
1987 Citroën 2CV 6 Spécial
La classe de neige (1998)
That's right, Kees-Jan: the license plate indicates 1987 (http://sfpi.asurtech.com/plaques.htm) 2007-07-22 19:55
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963) ID indeed, not a DS. Cf for exemple this picture: /vehicle_117823-Renault-Galion.html . You can just see a part of the trapezoid shape of the instruments. And in almost all the pictures there is no trace of the openable lid of the dashboard, like there should have been on the first DS-dashboards... 2007-07-22 19:50
Unknown
The Clouded Yellow (1950)
No Humber... The grille is horizontally divided in two parts, the upper half fixed to the bonnet. That makes it an Austin. Because of the seize, I'd say A 70 Hampshire (1948-1950). 2007-07-22 19:44
1961 Neckar Jagst 770 [100D]
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963)
I think the Austrian factory was Steyr-Puch, who made their own version of the 500, with an air-cooled two-cylinder boxer engine (and a slightle different rear window). 2007-07-22 19:41
1953 Panhard Dyna Junior Cabriolet [X87]
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963)
Il y a eu deux types the carrosserie: le roadster (1952-1956) et le cabriolet (1953-1956). Le roadster n'avait pas de poignées de porte extérieures, le cabriolet est plus large de quelques centimètres (sa banquette peut accueillir trois personnes), et il a des vitres latérales descendantes. 2007-07-22 19:38
1963 MG B [ADO23]
Der Zinker (1963)
Though production started in June 1962, they started selling them on the 1962 London Motorshow, so model year 1963. 2007-07-22 19:29
1960 Jaguar Mk.IX
Der Zinker (1963)
Seems to be the same as the Police car: /vehicle_117777-Jaguar-MkIX-1960.html . And it has the bigger rear lights, so 1960 Mk.IX. 2007-07-22 19:24
Idaho-Norland Snow Blower
Homer and Eddie (1989)
maybe this one: /vehicle_117498-Lincoln-Continental-74A-1963.html ;)
2007-07-22 19:13
1953 Panhard Dyna Junior Cabriolet [X87]
L'abominable homme des douanes (1963)
Non, c'est ma faute :/ Il faut bien les appeler Dyna Junior... 2007-07-22 19:12
1960 Jaguar Mk.IX
Der Zinker (1963)
One-piece windscreen, half open spats on the rear fenders: Mk.VIII (1957-1959) or Mk.IX (1959-1961). I think the rear lights (just visible in the first thumbnail) are the bigger ones, introduced in January 1960. 2007-07-22 19:09
1951 Mercury Sport Coupe Custom
Take That: Back for Good (1995)
Thought not in 1951 but from 1953 till 1956, Custom was a model name for Mercury, so it might be a bit confusing to use Custom for Customized... 2007-07-22 19:01
1963 Humber Hawk Series III
Der Zinker (1963)
Humber Hawk. The double spear was new on the Series II (1960), but I think that the contrasting colour of the roof indicates a Series III (1963+). 2007-07-22 12:23
Magirus-Deutz S 3500 'Alligatorhaube' [AH]
Der Zinker (1963)
It does indeed. I'd say it's a Magirus-Deutz 'Rundhauber' with an air-cooled Deiesel engine. 2007-07-22 12:17
1969 Peugeot 204
Mannen från Mallorca (1984)
Bigger rear lights and license plate above the bumper: 1967+. And a think that the bumpers have a rubber protection strip: 1969+ 2007-07-22 00:56
1972 Citroën DS Ambulance
La classe de neige (1998)
It's got the new door handles: 1972-1975. In this period the wagons and derivates were called Break, Commerciale, Familiale or Ambulance, followed by a number indicating the size of the engine: 20, 21 or 23. But I think to remember we've had a discussion about that on a Break in a German movie, and decided to call it DS Break nevertheless... So theat would make this just 1972 Citroën DS Ambulance. 2007-07-22 00:51
1960 Hillman Minx Series IIIa
Der Zinker (1963)
Series indeed. I'll try to remember :) 2007-07-22 00:33
1946 Plymouth De Luxe Four-Door Sedan
Sicko (2007)
And the Dodge, DeSoto and Chrysler models had front wings that made part of the front doors. 2007-07-22 00:29
1934 Citroën 10 NH 'Rosalie'
Je t'aime moi non plus (1976)
I think it's a Citroën indeed. But I'm afraid the B15 is a generation too old :/ I think Buc84 is right in supposing that it is a coberted sedan, since this type of wings was never used on commercial vehicles, as far as I know. The front wing has a vertical part behind the wheel ('bavolet' in French), which was introduced in January 1934 on the 'Rosalie' series 8 NH, 10 NH Légère, 10 NH and 15 NH (NH = Nouvelle Habillage, New Version). Because of the size/wheelbase I'd go for the 'Rosalie' 10 NH (1934) as oldest possiblity. But it could also be a bit newer: 10CV or 11CV from the second half of 1934, or (7 UA or) 11 UA from January 1935 till September 1938... 2007-07-22 00:27
1961 Thames 5cwt Van [307E]
Der Zinker (1963)
Ford Thames Van, based on the Anglia [105E]. 2007-07-21 23:54
1959 Mercury Monterey [76A]
The Wanderers (1979)
Yes. It can be a Monterey [76A] or a Park Lane [76C]. 2007-07-21 23:49
1960 Hillman Minx Series IIIa
Der Zinker (1963)
But how to put III A in the Mk field? 2007-07-21 23:47
1960 Hillman Minx Series IIIa
Der Zinker (1963)
You're absolutely right, Big Dave. 2007-07-21 23:46
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Impala
The Wanderers (1979)
Looks to me as a convertible, not a coupe... Then it has to be an Impala. 2007-07-21 23:36
1963 Chrysler Newport [TC1-L 813]
The Wanderers (1979)
That's what I was thinking. But the continuous side trim doesn't fit... Therefore it has to be a 1963 Chrysler, and because of the basic trim I'd say it'e a Newport [TC1-L813].

Edit: Sorry, Buc84, I hadn't seen your comment... If it's a New Yorker, the chassis code is [TC3-H833].

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2007-07-21 23:31
1958 Pontiac Chieftain [2741]
The Wanderers (1979)
Yep. The 2-door sedan was only available as Chieftain [2741]. 2007-07-21 23:18
1913 American Underslung
Dakota (1988)
Nice! 2007-07-21 23:15
1963 Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan
The Wanderers (1979)
1963 full-size Chevrolet. 2007-07-21 23:12
1949 Buick Super [51]
The Wanderers (1979)
It's even a bit older: 1949. The new bodyline and the triple portholes indicate a Super [51]. 2007-07-21 23:09
1987 Citroën 2CV 6 Spécial
La classe de neige (1998)
The rear bumper is not original: it's too big, from a Club version. 2007-07-21 22:56
1969 Cadillac Fleetwood 75
Starsky and Hutch (1975-1979)
Looks to me like a 1969 Seventy-Five sedan [69723] or limousine [69733]. 2007-07-21 22:54

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