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1969 Ford 17M Turnier [P7b]

1969 Ford 17M Turnier [P7b] in Sans arme, ni haine, ni violence, Movie, 2008 IMDB

Class: Cars, Wagon — Model origin: DE

1969 Ford 17M Turnier [P7b]

Position 01:04:15 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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DynaMike NL

2008-10-22 23:05

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That's a German Ford 17M (or 20M?) Turnier [P7] or [P7b].

Edit: The rear fender looks rather edgy, therefore [P7], 1968. By the extra side trim I'd say it's a 20M.

-- Last edit: 2008-10-22 23:19:34

antp BE

2008-12-03 22:40

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Picture replaced, Mike's comment was related to 3rd image below:

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rpcm PT

2008-12-03 23:51

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Now that it's possible to see it clearly, I would say it's a 1969+ 17M [P7b]. Curiously, it seems to have a Taunus script on the left of the decklid... Was it sold as a Taunus in Sweden?

antp BE

2008-12-04 11:25

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Why Sweden? This is set in some south-American country, but I think they filmed everything in south of France (or maybe Spain?)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-12-04 12:04

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The number plates look like Swedish plates, or at least they look like fake Swedish plates. :)

BeanBandit FI

2008-12-04 12:59

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Those are not Swedish plates, there should not be a bar between letters and numbers, but a MOT sticker on the rear plate.

Ingo DE

2008-12-04 13:19

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The plate-bars and the letters are old German ones, not in use any more since November 2000. Then most old tools were sold to Southeast Europe, because there they are still used (Bosnia for example).

rpcm PT

2008-12-04 17:44

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As Gag said, I also thought the plates seen on the 4th thumbnail looked Swedish. Nevertheless, looking more carefully at some of this vehicle's details ( shape of mirrors, bonnet rubber straps, mudflaps, rear fog light and even the shape of the plate's numbers and letters ) and the architecture seen on some pics of the scenery, I would say this can be Portugal. Something that I think the thumbnail of the Celica confirms, since its plates are Portuguese.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-12-04 19:36

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And current Portuguese plates have black DIN characters on a white background, so these nondescript plates could have been made there.
http://www.olavsplates.com/portugal.html

Ingo DE

2008-12-04 20:42

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@rpcm: yes, on the first view they are looking Swedish by its combinations, but they are absolutely for sure made with old German DIN-tools.

@Gag: the actual Portuguese font is nearly like the old DIN-font, but not 100%, the plate itself is a bit different, too.

-- Last edit: 2008-12-04 20:43:07

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