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1933 Standard Twenty

1933 Standard Twenty in Where's That Fire?, Movie, 1940 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: UK

1933 Standard Twenty

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stronghold EN

2010-05-30 09:22

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nzcarnerd NZ

2010-05-30 09:45

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Maybe an early 'big' MG?? - 18/100 or similar?

johnfromstaffs EN

2010-05-31 09:55

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I cannot agree with this suggestion. The MG 18/100 was only built in 1930, and they only built 5, ever, all having an open 4 seater road/racer body type. If it is an MG, then an 18/80 (1929 to 1933, 236 built) is more likely, but in my view the double front bumper suggests a 1931 to 1935 Standard 20. The registration number was from a London series current between July 1931 and June 1933, and the 9707 suggests a later date rather than an earlier one.

sps1955 EN

2014-01-03 23:23

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The top of the radiator surround suggests a 1931 Chrysler to me; compare Link to "lunarbovine.com" from http://lunarbovine.com/blog/2012/07/1931-chrysler-cm-coupe/ . The bumper looks roughly right too. However, 1932 and 1933 models all had split screens, I believe, which makes the registration a bit of a puzzle, although I suppose that a 1931 car could have been re-registered for some reason.

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