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1950 Nash Rambler Custom Landau

1950 Nash Rambler in Le glaive et la balance, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1950 Nash Rambler Custom Landau

Position 00:13:53 [*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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supcoach US

2015-06-18 01:05

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Nash Rambler Custom convertible coupe

DynaMike NL

2015-06-18 21:48

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1950-52. I think it was called Custom Landau in 1950 (but I'm not 100% sure about that).

DidierF FR

2015-06-18 22:18

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Oh ! Dommage qu'on n'en ait pas de meilleure vue.

supcoach US

2015-06-19 01:02

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DynaMike..You are correct, if a 1950 model it was a Custom Landau convertible coupe & 1951-2..Custom convertible coupe

supcoach US

2015-06-19 02:06

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Didierf...My knowledge of French is limited to "Adieu", "au revoir", parle vu.." etc...What did you say :)

Baube QC

2015-06-19 02:16

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supcoach wrote Didierf...My knowledge of French is limited to "Adieu", "au revoir", parle vu.." etc...What did you say :)

he said : Sadly, we don't have a better view "

DidierF FR

2015-06-19 02:17

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I said it was a pity I coudn't provide a better view (since I discovered the car and found it quite interesting).

DidierF FR

2015-06-19 02:19

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Baube: litteral translation.
Myself: poetic licence.

Besides… 60% of English vocabulary is coming from French, so, it shouldn't be that difficult to translate, with a bit of… well… poetic mind.

supcoach US

2015-06-19 02:41

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Yes the majority of English comes from French, Latin, Greek and Spanish...poetic license makes it more intriguing...


BTW - If you can watch "The Adventures of Superman", the above vehicle is used in some episodes

-- Last edit: 2015-06-19 02:42:34

DidierF FR

2015-06-19 02:48

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supcoach wrote (…) BTW - If you can watch "The Adventures of Superman", the above vehicle is used in some episodes
I did! I mean: I did watch the pics of it shown here. IMCDb is my main source of automobile knowledge (but please, keep it for yourself).

dsl SX

2015-06-19 02:50

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... and Germanic, Saxon, Norse, Celtic and umpteen other directions. 60% from French!!! - you're pulling our plonkers with that one.

supcoach US

2015-06-19 02:53

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I bought the DVD...But if they have ME TV where you reside, they broadcast it on Saturday night (where I live they do)

DidierF FR

2015-06-19 03:11

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Well, once again keep it for yourself but… I don't have a TV set.

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