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unknown in Traviata '53, Movie, 1953 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan

unknown

[*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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cetTer BE

2020-06-28 10:26

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Probably the same car as this one :
[Image: vlcsnap-2020-06-27-22h34m20s538.jpg]

At first I believed it could be a Lancia Aprilia, but its shapes are too rounded, and the front grille is very different.

-- Last edit: 2020-06-28 11:21:57

electra225 IT

2020-06-28 10:33

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Maybe a French car ? Delage ?

electra225 IT

2020-06-28 10:33

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I am thinking about an Alfa Romeo

maxp SE

2020-06-28 10:55

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1939 and 1940 "6C 2500 Tourismo 5 Posti"

cetTer BE

2020-06-28 11:21

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It also looks l'île a Riley RMB or a Mercedes 170 but the grille is very specific. Could be a car heavily modified during WWII.

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cetTer BE

2020-06-28 11:36

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maxp wrote 1939 and 1940 "6C 2500 Tourismo 5 Posti"

Hi both.

This is probably the 1940 Alfa-Romeo, thanks. The action of the film is concentrated in Milano so this is the most probable solution.

I didn't known this model that looks like a Traction Avant (ans seems unibody).

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-06-28 11:39

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How could a Riley RMB, introduced in 1946, have been heavily modified during WW2?

cetTer BE

2020-06-28 12:43

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I know that my English is not excellent but I haven't exactly said "This is a Riley 1946 modified during WWII..."

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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-06-28 13:02

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You made that inference by saying it looked like a Riley RMB, followed by “Could have been.....”

It also does not have a leathercloth roof, a split windscreen or faired in headlights.

You do, however, manage far better in my language than I could in yours.

cetTer BE

2020-06-28 13:44

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It would have been unlikely (but not impossible) to have a pre-war British car in Italy, given the poltical context, anyway. I also hesitated for the (quite rare) Fiat 2800 that is very similarly looking to a Studebaker Dictator (sic).


There are a lot of interresting Italian and American cars in this little-known (but good, although "I
Una Donna libera" is better) film from the first "neo-realistic" part of Vittorio Cottafavi's career. I haven't published them all.

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Alessandro58 CH

2020-06-29 09:45

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maxp wrote 1939 and 1940 "6C 2500 Tourismo 5 Posti"


Agree, it matches well

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