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1968 Austin 1300 MkII [ADO16]

1968 Austin 1300 MkII [ADO16] in Baader, Movie, 2002 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK — Made for: F

1968 Austin 1300 MkII [ADO16]

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

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garco NL

2006-11-07 11:09

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[Image: baaderxxxunknown2pic1vu2.4434.jpg]

datsunZ IT

2006-11-07 11:22

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1970-1973 Austin 1100-1300(maybe one of those built by IMV in Novo Mesto plants,Yugoslavia,'cause production period was just that)

datsunZ IT

2006-11-07 14:54

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datsunZ wrote
1970-1973 Austin 1100-1300(maybe one of those built by IMV in Novo Mesto plants,Yugoslavia,'cause production period was just that)


Because had read that fact(YU-made,no more UK-made last Austins 1100-1300)on Unofficial Austin-Rover Web Resource site(read last chapter about the Austin 1100-1300)

http://www.austin-rover.co.uk/

bref FR

2006-11-07 15:11

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ADO16, with this green colour, this black roof I have the feeling it could be an Authi. The inside mirror is typically Authi

keef EN

2006-11-07 21:30

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Austin Victoria Mk II

http://www.austin-rover.co.uk/index.htm?ado16spainf.htm

Limeflower

carobserver MX

2006-11-07 23:18

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definitivelly is not an Austin Victoria :no: is a humble Austin 1100 MK III of 72-73

Alexander DE

2006-11-07 23:45

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keef wrote Austin Victoria Mk II ...

This cannot be. The Victoria is a three-box-car:
[Image: ado16spain07hx5.5351.jpg]

It is either an Austin 1300 Mk.III (1971-74) or possibly an Austin de Luxe (1974-75 by Authi).
The inside mirror looks like the one used by Authi, but possibly this was used by Austin towards the end of production, too.
The bumper seems to have been donated by a different model, either older Mk.II, or from a Wolseley, Riley or Austin America.

-- Last edit: 2006-11-07 23:45:41

datsunZ IT

2006-11-08 00:47

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Almost puzzled car,but that could be possible if a vehicle need to be restored for movie scenes and can't be fitted all the right pieces of the right model-year

Gag Halfrunt UK

2006-11-08 00:54

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datsunZ wrote
Almost puzzled car,but that could be possible if a vehicle need to be restored for movie scenes and can't be fitted all the right pieces of the right model-year

Or perhaps the owner restored it with the wrong parts.

datsunZ IT

2006-11-08 17:35

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Gag Halfrunt wrote
Or perhaps the owner restored it with the wrong parts.


Possible,but unevitable if lacks parts

keef EN

2008-01-02 22:25

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Front looks like :-

http://www.ado16.info/images/spain5.jpg

"Austin de Luxe"

rpcm PT

2008-01-02 22:34

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From what can be seen of its rear end - and also the bumpers with overiders - it's most probably a 1968+ 1100 or 1300 MkII with a vinyl-covered roof and a more recent front grille.

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