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CitroŽn U23 RU Corbillard

CitroŽn U23 RU in A pied, ŗ cheval et en voiture, Movie, 1957 IMDB

Class: Cars, Funeral — Model origin: FR

CitroŽn U23 RU Corbillard

[*][*][*][*] Vehicle used a lot by a main character or for a long time

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sixcyl FR

2006-11-29 13:05

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After "C" as "Citroen", it's time to "C" as "Corbillard", french word for "Hearse" :)

special for our "Hearse Aficionado" Junkman ;) ... maybe he'll apreciate these vehicles. A special mention to our Carchase fanatic too! :D , because there is a "hearsechase" in one scene :)

stronghold EN

2006-11-29 13:23

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Look great whatever they are.! ;)

datsunZ IT

2006-11-29 16:44

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Could be based on a postwar 1951 Opel Blitz chassis???

PS bonnet hatch side portholes recalls me also postwar Buicks

Animatronixx DE

2007-12-20 12:38

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datsunZ wrote
Could be based on a postwar 1951 Opel Blitz chassis???

PS bonnet hatch side portholes recalls me also postwar Buicks


For the film is obviously French, Iīd rather guess this hearse was based on some Renault or Citroen chassis. I never heard of an Opel Blitz rebodied as a hearse in France and it would be highly uncommon. At least I know of a similar hearse, based on a Citroen truck chassis.

Supposedly they inserted these "ventiports" to resemble a Buick from that era.

ed2186 US

2008-09-06 23:02

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i dont know but i want one know

Alessandro58 CH

2011-11-10 20:52

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Close to this, but does not exactly match: /vehicle_147324-Citroen-U23-RU-Corbillard.html

Junkman UK

2013-08-13 02:52

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I would think U23 simply on the grounds that nothing else is really plausible.
Coachwork could be by Le Bastard, however, there were countless coachbuilders at the time and one copied from the other.

Gamer DE

2018-02-02 22:13

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The plate is from 1951, if it helps.

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