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1971 Fiat 124 Special 2a serie [124B.2]

1971 Fiat 124 Special [124B.2] in Crank: High Voltage, Movie, 2009 IMDB

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

1971 Fiat 124 Special 2a serie [124B.2]

[*] Background vehicle

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ingo DE

2009-05-05 23:04

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Left a Fiat 124 Special, right a Rover. 2600? I don't know much about Rover's.

Both US-versions, my guess.

taxiguy US

2009-05-06 00:53

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But look at the plate...

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-05-06 01:07

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They're prop plates. And check out the totally fake British police car: /vehicle_226726-Rover-3500.html :)

hiergehts CH

2009-05-06 02:08

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Here is an almost identical US version, in this case built in 1972: Link to "bringatrailer.com"

-- Last edit: 2009-05-06 02:10:07

ingo DE

2009-05-06 07:10

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taxiguy wrote But look at the plate...


The scene was shot in the USA or in an US-studio. To identify by the shape of the windows of the house. ;)

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-05-06 12:59

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hiergehts, that site does not allow direct links to images.

taxiguy, unusually old cars in a film or show set in the present day are often evidence that the location is being faked, the reason being that modern cars from the country being portrayed are not readily available. Take a look at the entries for Alias, for example, and you'll notice that most of the vehicles in episodes set outside the US are either classics or recent models sold in the US. For instance one episode has a Saab 9-5 as a French police car, because no French cars are available in the US: /vehicle_39720-SAAB-9-5.html

karoomay SY

2015-03-12 05:48

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Better seen here:
[Vehicle Image 795488]

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