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1933 Chevrolet Master Six Sedan [CA]

1933 Chevrolet Master [CA] in You're Telling Me!, Movie, 1934 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US

1933 Chevrolet Master Six Sedan [CA]

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nzcarnerd NZ

2009-08-31 21:57

1934 Ford Deluxe sedan in front and a 1930 or '31 Ford A Sport Coupe behind.

-- Last edit: 2009-08-31 21:57:27

nzcarnerd NZ

2009-09-01 09:09

In 'Fordspeak' De Luxe is spelt Deluxe.

garco NL

2009-09-01 09:26

We have 8 pages were it is spelt like this :think:

-- Last edit: 2009-09-01 09:26:30

pilou BE

2009-09-01 09:27

This is not a 1934 Ford DeLuxe sedan but a 1933 Chevrolet Master Six Sedan ( series CA , hood with 3 ventilation doors placed near the cowl and fixed windshield) .1934 Fords had front " suicide" doors , classical forwardly inclined hood louvres ( not ventilation doors , Fords always had classical hood louvres)and cowl mounted standing lights.

antp BE

2009-09-02 21:01

garco wrote We have 8 pages were it is spelt like this :think:

Someones made me change them long time ago, at first we were using that only in one word...
Some day we should define what to do for each make.
Cf http://forum.imcdb.org/forum_topic-2941-DeLuxe_or_De_Luxe_.html

-- Last edit: 2009-09-02 21:03:42

DAF555 SE

2009-09-02 21:32

nzcarnerd wrote In 'Fordspeak' De Luxe is spelt Deluxe.


No, it┤s not:
http://www.oldcarbrochures.com/main.php?g2_itemId=42040

But you can of course find some samples in original printings using other ways to spell it dependeing on what the copywriter found best for the moment. This goes for most makes, it varies back and forth over the years and sometimes you┤ll find one spelling on the cover and another in the running text.

chicomarx BE

2009-09-03 00:57

You can find examples for both... in "The Cars That Henry Ford Built" it's spelled "De Luxe".

Google Books:

342 results for "FORD DE LUXE"
533 results for "FORD DELUXE"

However if you narrow it down to contemporary publications, the majority is for "De Luxe":

Return content published between 1930 and 1940
105 on "FORD DE LUXE"
39 on "FORD DELUXE"

So at the time De Luxe was much more common...

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