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1947 MG YA 1╝ Litre Saloon

1947 MG YA in Le petit soldat, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1947 MG YA 1╝ Litre Saloon

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Comments about this vehicle

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sixcyl FR

2006-02-25 09:51

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La berline noire ...une anglaise , c'est Úvident!

firebird86 US

2006-02-25 10:53

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I think that is that a 1956/65 Renault Dauphine

-- Last edit: 2006-02-25 11:06:36

pilou BE

2006-02-25 11:26

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Looks like an MG "Y" 1.4 litre saloon 1950-1951

Threetails

2006-02-25 12:15

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I think the black car may be an early postwar Rover...

any1 SE

2006-02-25 16:39

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The white is, as Firebird writes, a Dauphine. The closest car is a Chevrolet BelAir '57

Junkman UK

2006-02-25 21:01

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The black car is not a Rover. Rovers, in these years, had all doors hinged at the rear, not only the front ones.

wrenchhead US

2006-02-26 16:48

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Quote Looks like an MG "Y" 1.4 litre saloon 1950-1951


I agree.

MGwillem NL

2006-04-23 21:29

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It sure is an Y and judging by the thinner rear mudguard and no overriders on the bumpers it would be an YA

rpcm PT

2008-01-05 03:24

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The YA was introduced in May 1947. I would say it's a 1 1/4 Litre ( and not 1.4 Litre ) since it was powered by a 1250cc engine.

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