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Renault Dauphine 'Mama Topolino'

Renault Dauphine in Cars 2, Animation Movie, 2011 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: FR

Renault Dauphine 'Mama Topolino'

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

Comments about this vehicle

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m.pfaffeneder DE

2011-07-02 13:23

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I think it is a Fiat.

-- Last edit: 2018-04-05 18:38:18 (kegare)

CA_NES US

2011-07-03 02:30

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[Image: 282px-Wp_c2_mama_1920x1200.jpg]

CA_NES US

2011-07-03 03:17

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[Image: 5895233087_e40736020f.jpg]

APS221 US

2011-07-03 04:44

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It looks like a bit of a mix. The front looks like a Fiat 500, and the rear looks like a Renault Frégate.
[Image: 1970fiat500l2011dc1.4738.jpg][Image: dscf0004nov04.7954.jpg][Image: 1959renaultfrc3a9gatetr.291.jpg][Image: 1959renaultfrc3a9gatetr.291.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-02-11 22:00:41

CA_NES US

2011-07-03 09:36

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Actually this could be a case of art imitating life; it appears that somebody once took the roof and doors from a Renault Floride and put them on to a Dauphine. While not a perfect match, it is surprisingly close: http://kruzin.frenchboard.com/t110-une-dauph-et-un-zest-de-floride

jeepwj2002 US

2011-07-07 04:27

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Just think, if its name is "Mama Topolino", it MUST be a Fiat Topolino, aka the "Mickey Mouse Car".

-- Last edit: 2018-04-05 18:38:59 (kegare)

jehoblahorodi CZ

2011-08-08 14:27

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Renault Dauphine

CamaroFan PH

2011-08-12 11:03

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Yes, Fiat Topolino.

kudos SX

2011-08-15 13:19

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ingo DE

2011-08-15 13:22

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... and all are pointless, because it's only an animated car.

dsl SX

2011-08-15 13:45

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They are pointless, but film fans may want to know so we have to do our best. If we hit a brickwall, it shows our readers that the car is a fantasy. And sometimes the result is an unexpectedly very precise surprise - /vehicle.php?id=373833 - which shows someone was very deliberate and knowledgeable in what they created.

-- Last edit: 2011-08-15 13:50:34

Sandie SX

2011-08-15 14:54

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I think maybe we should think about putting some of these "brickwall" cars in comments. In my experience listing them as particular models tends not to end well.

dsl SX

2011-08-17 02:17

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See Link to "www.takefiveaday.com" which someone has put on another page here. The bastard offspring of an NSU Prinz 2 /vehicle_133038-NSU-Prinz-II-1958.html with a 1949ish Studebaker Champion /vehicle_73878-Studebaker-Champion-1949.html and then given a totally irrelevant Italian name. A bit like grafting a hamster's head on to a horse and calling it Flipper. Bloody amateurs.

-- Last edit: 2011-08-17 02:21:47

AMC man

2011-08-17 03:04

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Autobainche bianchina.

CA_NES US

2011-08-17 05:50

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Well, I just wrote a letter to John Lasseter asking what this car could be (as well as an autograph). I will mail it tomorrow. It says that a 3 month+ wait is expected thou. :/

-- Last edit: 2011-08-17 05:52:36

CA_NES US

2011-08-17 05:52

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The detail I'm looking for and not finding in Italian cars is the rear fenders. They remind me a lot of a early 50's Bel Air.

stevil101 US

2012-02-17 16:03

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I see a Fiat logo.

Ericho84 US

2012-06-29 00:12

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1960 Renault Dauphine

tore-40 NO

2012-06-29 01:49

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Bear with me for a while.... You're an old lady, a Fiat 500C, wearing a skirt - fender skirts. Not a usual accessory, I guess, but anyhow.
[Image: 1953_fiat_topolino_convertible_for_sale_rear_resize.jpg]

And what do old ladies often do? They get a facelift. Why not then put on the "face" of a 500D? The result is fairly close. It has been done in real life, with other models, like the Typ2/T2c?

Nightrider RU

2012-06-29 09:00

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^You're close to brilliant.

tore-40 NO

2012-06-29 17:17

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"The car resembles a 1963 Renault Dauphine." (Pixar Wiki)

/vehicle_16290-Renault-Dauphine-Export-1964.html /vehicle_277285-Renault-Dauphine-Gordini-R1091-1962.html

Well, yes, if you say so.

Ericho84 US

2012-07-02 21:16

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tore-40 wrote "The car resembles a 1963 Renault Dauphine." (Pixar Wiki)

/vehicle_16290-Renault-Dauphine-Export-1964.html /vehicle_277285-Renault-Dauphine-Gordini-R1091-1962.html

Well, yes, if you say so.


The Fiat 500C looks close too

jeepwj2002 US

2012-12-19 03:15

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Modified Fiat 500

Alexor RS

2013-06-08 12:00

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I would say it looks like 1959 Fiat 600 Coupe

Link to "fbcdn-sphotos-d-a.akamaihd.net"

caioficetech BR

2013-07-07 04:07

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Could be a Giannini maybe...

Gamer DE

2014-08-15 14:01

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I know it's a bit of a stretch, but what about a Vespa 400?

BrentMosher420 US

2015-05-30 13:22

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Obviously intended to be a later Fiat Topolino... [:kiki]

Razor440 US

2016-01-16 02:17

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Renault Dauphine.

TIMMSTER US

2018-04-03 21:37

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Nope. It's not a Fiat and it resembles a Renault Dauphine, but it's actually a Mercedes-Benz Ponton.

Gamer DE

2018-04-03 21:39

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I highly doubt that as she's supposed to be a) Italian and b) far too small.

atom SE

2018-04-03 21:47

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The Dauphine was made in Italy by Alfa Romeo. I don't think it's supposed to be a Dauphine though.

TIMMSTER US

2018-04-03 21:50

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Gamer- Just look at the Ponton. I'm talking about the sedan version though. But about the Italian part, I don't know. Maybe Pontons were made in Italy for a while?

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