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1930 Mathis PY Sport Cabriolet

1930 Mathis PY in Les vacances de M. Hulot, Movie, 1953 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: FR

1930 Mathis PY Sport Cabriolet

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

AuthorMessage

DAF555 SE

2005-10-23 17:12

Peugeot?

sixcyl FR

2005-12-04 23:16

could be a Mathis

Jun JP

2005-12-27 17:55

...resembles UNIC (type L ?)

sixcyl FR

2005-12-27 21:43

I tried to find something on the website... I found this picture of a L7 in commercial version
http://camionclubdefrance.a.free.fr/Unic_L7.php
The position of headlights doesn't match exactly with this cabriolet :/

Jun JP

2005-12-28 14:17

The photograph that resemble this car is in the book which I have.
Can I scan and post, and how do I post ?

antp BE

2005-12-28 14:24

If you have a picture already scanned, simply go to www.imageshack.us and upload your picture. Then in the result page, copy the 1st link "thumbnail for website" (or the last link, "direct link", to post only a text link).

Jun JP

2005-12-28 14:38

Thank you for teaching.
umm...I'll dig the scanner in the next room later.

Jun JP

2005-12-28 17:05

[Image: unic4mn.5191.jpg]

Looks quite similar for me, but side rouber is different.
(I think this book's 'type L' is a rough expression...)
This square and earnest design is 1930 or so.

Jun JP

2005-12-28 17:24

For me, this movie's car seems shorter and lower range model than this picture's car.
May be identify if the products lineup of this time are checked.

sixcyl FR

2005-12-28 20:05

You're right Jun, the shape is very similar but the size of the car is much bigger than the model in here ...very hard :/

fonsauto

2006-01-14 22:53

I think it is a Mathis of the 1930s.

sixcyl FR

2006-01-14 22:56

That's what I thought in a previous post..but I didn't find any documents to prove it

Celluloid FR

2006-04-26 06:14

The closest model I found would be a cross between a Mathis PY "Sport" cabriolet : http://www.mathis-auto.com/Page14-vos-mathis.htm#7 ( the last, black one )
( a bit too long, not high enough, but the wheels and front body are ok )
[Image: pysporthouzet4rk.9701.jpg]


Or (quite a good match ! -but not a perfect one) a Mathis P :
http://www.mathis-auto.com/Page3-Voitures-4cyl-1919-1936.htm
"Fin 1921 à 1925 ;; P ;; 6 cv ;; 760 cm³" => the black one on the right identified as a "conduite intérieure 2 places 1 porte"
The front body, above the wheels, doesn't match, but the height and the length are correct
[Image: page3p28rw.8109.jpg]

But the site mentions several variation of each model, so ...


-- Last edit: 2006-04-26 06:16:41

sixcyl FR

2006-04-26 07:41

good find! the MATHIS brand seems to be the right way...

DAF555 SE

2006-05-27 14:40

More details:

[Image: mathis14je.5745.jpg][Image: mathis25ua.7475.jpg][Image: mathis44of.1000.jpg]

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