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1968 Daimler V8 250

1968 Daimler V8 250 in 2012, Movie, 2009 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1968 Daimler V8 250

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

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chris40 UK

2009-12-13 20:09

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I think this is no Jaguar, but a Daimler V8-250, 1967+.

Exiv96 BE

2009-12-13 20:11

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Hollywood's idea of an indian taxi !?

Gliffhanger NL

2009-12-13 20:15

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cl82 DE

2009-12-13 20:33

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@Exiv96: :lol: I guess you're right. They seemimgly were naive enough to think that any old car with RHD would be sufficient.

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-12-13 20:58

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You can import any car over twenty-five years old into the US regardless of whether it complies with US standards. So the producers could have bought a twenty-five years old (or older) Premier Padmini or Hindustani Ambassador, which could then stay in the US and be registered and driven without problems.

If this scene was filmed in Canada it would be a bit easier, because the same rule applies for cars aged fifteen or over.

johnfromstaffs EN

2009-12-13 21:14

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There is no doubt that this is a Daimler and not a Mk II.

chris40 UK

2009-12-13 21:21

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cl82 wrote @Exiv96: :lol: I guess you're right. They seemimgly were naiv enough to think that any old car with RHD would be sufficient.

Compare /vehicle.php?id=53927 :)

badlymad CA

2009-12-14 02:18

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Gag Halfrunt wrote You can import any car over twenty-five years old into the US regardless of whether it complies with US standards. So the producers could have bought a twenty-five years old (or older) Premier Padmini or Hindustani Ambassador, which could then stay in the US and be registered and driven without problems.

If this scene was filmed in Canada it would be a bit easier, because the same rule applies for cars aged fifteen or over.


The entire movie was filmed in Vancouver, so it's probably the producers not wanting to import a car from India for a scene that lasts only a minute.

Sunbar UK

2009-12-14 12:57

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From September 1967 therefore 1968 model year.

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