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1962 Volkswagen Convertible 'Beetle' [Typ 1]

1962 Volkswagen Convertible [Typ 1] in The Enforcer, Movie, 1976 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: DE — Made for: USA

1962 Volkswagen Convertible 'Beetle' [Typ 1]

[*] Background vehicle

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rjluna2 US

2010-11-17 20:38

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1962-64.

5503 JP

2010-11-18 11:12

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I think so, too.

And rear bumper 67only ^^

ingo DE

2010-11-18 11:18

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Why 1967 only? It's the "Export"-bumper with overriders, which was used since the early 60ies.

5503 JP

2010-11-18 20:01

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to66 thin pipe bar of the bumper horizontal (Straight)
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67only thin pipe bar inside of the bnmper-overrider incline
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CougarTim US

2010-11-21 23:04

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Looks like a 1974-1976 Mercury Cougar in front of it.

fastbackjon US

2011-12-24 00:01

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The red vehicle in the left of the screen shot is a 1969 Dodge Charger that hasn't been logged to the movie's page as of today. You can tell it's a '69 and not a '68 by the rectangular marker light on the lower rear quarter panel. The '68 had a round marker light in the center rear of the quarter panel.

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tore-40 NO

2012-12-27 13:13

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5503 wrote And rear bumper 67only ^^


Makes sense, as the lid was changed for 1967
I.e. an older bumper would not fit on a newer car
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Ddey65 US

2012-12-27 15:11

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CougarTim wrote Looks like a 1974-1976 Mercury Cougar in front of it.

Is that what that was? Somebody posted it before and claimed it was a "Ford unknown." I thought it was a mid-1970's Torino at first, and now my message and the car are both gone. Maybe it should be restored.

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