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1966 BMW 1600-2

1966 BMW 1600-2 in Mission: Impossible, TV Series, 1966-1973 IMDB Ep. 2.19

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: DE — Made for: USA

1966 BMW 1600-2

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

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fck PL

2008-06-15 10:19

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1600/2002

Ingo DE

2008-06-15 11:01

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Where it shall be set? I guess, the license-plate shall make a "German impression".

US-version, see the lamps.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-06-15 11:15

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In "a Latin American country".
http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0649292/

Ingo DE

2008-06-15 11:17

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Ah, I've seen the other pics, too.

It looks like, that the team has collected as many European cars as possible to make the "European" scenes - to avoid the costs of filming in Europe.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-06-15 11:20

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With over twenty episodes a season, they didn't have the time to go outside Los Angeles.

Come to think of it, the number plates in this episode look quite like old Spanish ones. Perhaps they were recycled from another show with an episode set in Spain.

-- Last edit: 2008-06-15 11:23:59

Ingo DE

2008-06-15 11:21

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@Gag: Hmm. "Latin American country" :think:

But the other locations and cars doesn't really fit with Latin America, too. I guess, it's more the location "Anywhere else outside of the USA", like non-polyglotte Americans are thinking about it. Europe or Middle America, it doesn't matter. "Far away" was the main thing. :lol:

rjluna2 US

2008-06-15 19:07

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Ingo wrote Where it shall be set? I guess, the license-plate shall make a "German impression".

US-version, see the lamps.

That is what I thought about seeing the headlight.

booster EU

2008-06-17 00:39

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I think that plate is supposed to be Spanish, from Barcelona

-- Last edit: 2008-06-17 00:41:49

Alessandro58 CH

2008-06-20 21:52

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I think a 1600 with the chrome grill (2002 has a black one as far as I know)

Richard of C CA

2008-06-21 12:39

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TV series shot back in those days did not have the budget to go on location in Europe so it was stock footage and dress up the backlot streets with some foreign cars. This show had most of its episodes taking place in foreign countries..so the cars were the easiest and cheapest way to create the illusion of being somewhere foreign.

Ralph DE

2008-07-08 00:14

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it's a past 1966 BMW 1600-2 with US Sealed Beam lamps

atom SE

2010-05-19 00:34

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3.12 [*][*]
[Image: 243087-bmw1.jpg] [Image: 243088-bmw2.jpg] [Image: 243089-bmw3.jpg]
DynaMike wrote 1966-67 1600-2 made for USA (bigger overriders, no side markers yet).

rjluna2 wrote Same as /vehicle_179651-BMW-Unknown.html :??:

DynaMike wrote Yes, looks like it.

Ralph wrote wow, as (fake?)police car

Ingo wrote Hahaha, very lovely, that "police-edition". The "Polizei"-logo is great! :D

Neat, but not as strange, as the 2000 CS as a GDR-border-patrol-car: /vehicle_122445-BMW-2000-CS-1967.html
:lol:

atom SE

2010-05-19 00:39

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3.17 [*]
[Image: 243090-bmw1.jpg]
Ingo wrote What kind od language shall have the posters on the "Litfa▀sńule" (sorry, I don't know the English word for it)? I can see a "Lufthansa"-poster.

Ah, and on the top right something with "Befehl", written in the old German font.


3.19 [*]
[Image: 243091-bmw1.jpg]

3.21 [*]
[Image: 243092-bmw1.jpg]

Ralph wrote on the 3.17 pic its a 1966 1600-2,
the two another look like the same car

thank for found this atom

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