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1953 Plymouth Cranbrook [P-24-2]

1953 Plymouth Cranbrook [P-24-2] in Änglar, finns dom?, Movie, 1961 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1953 Plymouth Cranbrook [P-24-2]

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big dave VA

2010-07-29 17:18

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Looks to me like a 1953 Plymouth Cranbrook

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CougarTim US

2010-07-29 21:25

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It has a roof rack which I normally associate with wagons, but in /vehicle_322547-Humber-Hawk-MkV-1952.html the roofline does appear to indicate a sedan.

chris40 UK

2010-07-29 22:11

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Before fuel got expensive and we in Europe realised the effect accessory roof-racks had on fuel consumption, they were quite a common way of increasing luggage space. Now we favour roof-boxes (unless we have to carry ladders).

ingo DE

2010-07-31 01:22

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And modern roof-racks are f***ing expensive nowadays, because every car needs an own, specific one. It started in the 80ies -for example with the Audi 100 [Typ44]- that the cars have lost the gutters on the roof-sides. In the times before it was very easy as there were only two or three sizes of roof-racks, which could be mounted on nearly all cars.

Since some years this stuff was getting popular: http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fahrradtr%C3%A4ger
I don't like them and I hold big distance to cars with them. It's often not really stabile. :/ Recently my wife could hardly avoid a bad crash, as the car in front of here has lost it, while driving 160 km/h. :wow:

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