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1930 Buick Series 40 Phaeton [30-45]

1930 Buick Series 40 [30-45] in The Black Cat, Movie, 1941 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1930 Buick Series 40 Phaeton [30-45]

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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wrenchhead US

2007-10-17 00:31

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Only one car in the movie briefly used by main character. Hope it can be identified. If not, I will delete.

[Image: 30697579mc0.5535.jpg] [Image: 61906202ec1.1848.jpg]

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Alexander DE

2007-10-17 01:41

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It certainly will be identified. Even if it cannot be identified this car should not be removed. It is a car in a movie -- and showing such cars is the purpose of IMCDb. Identifying the cars is the bonus.

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Packard of the mid to late 1920s came to my mind, but the top edges of the radiator are too round.

wrenchhead US

2007-10-17 03:21

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Thanks, I'll let it stay since its a 2 star car.
Its a rather small car and I thought it looked more like an english car. Not big enough for a packard - those things were huge.

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car nerd US

2007-10-17 06:55

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Rather looks like a low-line Buick of the early 1930's.

pilou BE

2007-10-17 09:21

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1930 Buick Phaeton series 40 model 30-45

nzcarnerd NZ

2007-10-17 09:53

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Yes.

antp BE

2007-10-17 10:13

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With such good view of the front, I wonder how it could not have been identified ;)

wrenchhead US

2007-10-17 17:37

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Thanks, pilou and car nerd. I thought it might be too much of a good thing. The pic is so close that all you can see is the radiator with no logo. That is the only good shot in the movie.

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