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1933 Austin 16/6 Hearse Woodall Nicholson

1933 Austin 16/6 Hearse in Gosford Park, Movie, 2001 IMDB

Class: Cars, Funeral — Model origin: UK

1933 Austin 16/6 Hearse Woodall Nicholson

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

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Alexander DE

2005-11-19 23:29

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[Image: gosfordpark17hearse4yk.268.jpg]

antp BE

2005-12-08 12:32

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The same but with the contract corrected:
[Image: gosfordpark17hearse4yk1ab.1724.jpg]
I hope that this would help somebody to identify it... (by the way I also corrected contrast for the main picture)

-- Last edit: 2005-12-08 12:32:57

Alexander DE

2006-01-22 15:03

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Look fairly similar to this one:
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Animatronixx DE

2008-02-21 00:29

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Alexander wrote Look fairly similar to this one:
/vehicle_19134-Austin-20.html


Thatīs why I think itīs a Woodall Nicholson. Maybe the same car that was used in "Thatīs your funeral"?

Alexander DE

2008-02-21 11:53

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Looking at the details (shape of the door windows and window frames, shape and number of roof ornaments) I would say it is identical to this Austin 16/6 Hearse, also identified by you as made by Woodall Nicholson.
/vehicle_146889-Austin-16-6-1933.html

mr hearse UK EN

2011-02-04 11:43

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Hi all
Re the questioning of the bodywork, there is absolutly no way you can tell that that is a Woodall Nicholson body. Like many coachbuilders during the period, a horsedrawn body was removed and fitted to whatever chassis..like the 'Washington car', the bodystyles were similar in appearance.

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