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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air in Bad Timing, Movie, 1980 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

[*] Background vehicle

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ingo DE

2009-03-12 21:35

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@wickey: :hello: do you still welcome the visitor's of your town with lovely displays like here? :D

This border-control-point is definetely a helpless fake. :lol:

Weasel1984 PL

2009-03-12 21:50

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Look at the flag, terrible ignorance.
The sedan is a Chevrolet from 1955, I think.

-- Last edit: 2009-03-12 21:54:16

ingo DE

2009-03-12 22:08

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Aaah, this can happen. :)

Sometimes per month there stands the trailer of a cheese-dealer in my village. "The one and only 100% original Holland-cheese-man" and so on is written on it. He has also a plenty of flags on his trailer - all French ones, just turned on the side. :lol:

Last June there was a new cration of the German flag visible on TV: Link to "www.welt.de"
...a "repainted" Russian one :lol:

yvon52 BE

2009-03-12 22:32

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1955 Chevrolet Bel Air

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-03-12 22:42

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I have a feeling that the same location was used for the Austria-Czechoslovakia border in The Living Daylights.

ingo DE

2009-03-13 09:55

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But in The Living Daylights it was set somewhere in the mountains ad this is on a bridge. And they surely not kept the same stuff for 7 years.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-03-13 17:25

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I'm not talking about the scene with the cello case. :)

IIRC, after Bond fails to shoot Kara the other MI6 officer drives back to Vienna in the Audi. He crosses the border at a bridge that, as far as I remember, looks very like this one.

Weasel1984 PL

2009-03-13 20:10

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ingo wrote Last June there was a new cration of the German flag visible on TV...

I see that the quality of television is becoming more and more good everywhere.

ingo DE

2009-03-13 22:29

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You're right. And this is the reason, why I don't watch TV any more, except some history- or nature-documentations or travel-reportages on one or two evenings per week. Or some old movies, which I have seen several times before.
When I sat at home with my broken hand for six weeks in January and February, I haven't switched on the TV just one time. Better reading books, magazines or strolling around in the www.
I can say the relation of my spended time for TV and IMCDB is 95:5 for IMCDB. :)

wickey SK

2009-08-23 00:58

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LOL that really is a nice welcome sign :)

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