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1950 Citroën Type H Glaçauto

1950 Citroën Type H Glaçauto in Sénéchal le magnifique, Movie, 1957 IMDB

Class: Cars, Van / MPV — Model origin: FR

1950 Citroën Type H Glaçauto

[*] Background vehicle

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sixcyl FR

2007-06-06 18:37

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DynaMike NL

2007-06-06 19:34

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It might be even a bit older than 1954, since the license plate is placed on the left side (not in the middle), and therefore I guess that the 'normal' rear lights have been added afterwards. The earliest models had canvas sides (easily removable), and the extra windows on the back were an option by 'Glaçauto', if I remember well.

sixcyl FR

2007-06-06 19:56

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You might be right, let's say a 1948-53 model then?
I don't know if "Glaçauto" was already doing these transformation at these times, I thought it appeared later with the 1960's 2CV AZU, but it's just a guess

Kees-Jan NL

2007-06-06 23:18

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License plate o the left is - according to the book 'le Citroën type H de mon père' - pré-1954. On page 39 is a picture of a 1950 Type H transformed into a bus with three sliding side windows (dated 1950). A pfew pages further (page 60) there's a picture of an ambulance equipped with galçauto-side windows (dated 1957).

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