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Lancia Aprilia 2a serie [439]

Lancia Aprilia [439] in Pigalle-Saint Germain des Près, Movie, 1950 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: IT

Lancia Aprilia 2a serie [439]

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

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junkman UK

2006-11-17 09:40

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Alfa-Romeo 1900?

sixcyl FR

2006-11-17 09:45

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[Image: cabriolet3ww2.5307.jpg]

Jacques Helian's car (he was sort of "Glenn Miller's band Chief-Orcherstra à la française" :D )

nice car, Pinin-farina style ..Lancia? looks rather italian than french anyway

sixcyl FR

2006-11-17 09:55

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grill doesn't match so much with Alfa, but the shape reminds an Alfa 6C 2500 Pinin-farina

DIEHARD NL

2006-11-17 13:56

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sixcyl wrote grill doesn't match so much with Alfa, but the shape reminds an Alfa 6C 2500 Pinin-farina


It looks somewhat alike, but it isn't the same: http://www.classicargarage.com/common/pictures/designo/019-alfa6c-conv.jpg

What about this: 1951 Lancia Aurelia B50 Convertible
http://www.classicdriver.com/upload/images/_uk/13067/img13.jpg
Or this?
http://www.philseed.com/images/lancia-aurelia-gt-2500-berl.jpg

It may not match exactly, but I think it might be a Lancia (Aurelia) of some kind???

ben68 BE

2006-11-17 14:01

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The car has suicide doors, the fenders and the hood are a bit old fashioned for the period... I guess this car is from ca. 1946-48... Look at this, maybe it will give a tip (1947 Aprilia Langenthal Cabriolet http://www.viva-lancia.com/lancia_forsale/lancia_aprilia_2.htm)

pilou BE

2006-11-17 17:50

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I agree that this is a postwar Lancia Aprilia but will have to search for origin of the body

sixcyl FR

2006-11-17 18:39

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Lancia unknown for a while

hiergehts CH

2006-11-17 19:08

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I doubt an Aurelia as they seem noticeably smaller.. What I mean is this cabrio appears quite large, similar in size to the Alfa 6C to my eyes.. so some version of the Aprilia I'd guess?

DIEHARD NL

2006-11-17 19:30

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hiergehts wrote I doubt an Aurelia as they seem noticeably smaller.. What I mean is this cabrio appears quite large, similar in size to the Alfa 6C to my eyes.. so some version of the Aprilia I'd guess?


I think you're right, It is more likely an Aprillia, we just have to search for a good match I think....

-- Last edit: 2006-11-17 19:30:52

datsunZ IT

2006-11-18 10:02

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Could be eventually a '30-'40s custom-body French-made Lancia Ardennes,copy of 1934-1940 Lancia Aprilia ???I recall some Lancias were built with different names even into prewar period around '30s(likewise the Belna,a French-made Lancia Augusta,1929-1933 circa)

slidingpillar EN

2007-04-14 02:10

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It could be a Touring bodied Aprilia

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