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1941 Ford V3000 S

1941 Ford V3000 S in The Eagle Has Landed, Movie, 1976 IMDB

Class: Trucks, Simple truck — Model origin: DE

1941 Ford V3000 S

[*][*] Minor action vehicle or used in only a short scene

Comments about this vehicle

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DynaMike NL

2011-04-16 18:45

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Ford sure, and indeed it looks very German.

chris40 UK

2011-04-16 18:51

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Ford-Köln V3000S, 1941-3.

DynaMike NL

2011-04-16 20:51

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Hey, there was a "Ford Ruhr" comment when I wrote my rhyming comment...

chris40 UK

2011-04-16 22:22

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Well, I didn't delete it :/ ... and Köln isn't really in the Ruhrgebiet, is it? :)

cl82 DE

2011-04-16 22:31

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Well it was me. Sorry for your ruined rhyme, DynaMike, but I sometimes delete my half-correct comments in order to keep the page from becoming to crammed.

But there was a "Ford Ruhr" indeed: http://www.bilderbuch-koeln.de/Alben/3118/Fotos/56675

ingo DE

2011-04-17 00:17

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chris40 wrote ... and Köln isn't really in the Ruhrgebiet, is it? :)

:no: No way! Though both areas are togother in North Rhine-Westphalia since 1946 (on command by the British occupation force), there are still today deep and important differences! :o Nearly wide as between the English and the Scottish people. Dialect, religion (incl.the causa "Carnival"), even the common taste about food and beverages -especially beer-, everything is different.

A funny footnote: I couldn't find out until today, on which side my own house is standing. We're living in a village, which was unificated in 1975 after 450 years of segregation. And our street was built in the 90ies on the acres, where the former boderline was going along.
No kidding, we still have two separated volunteer fire departments and even two different Schützenfeste ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sch%C3%BCtzenfest ), still along the old dividing lines Westfalen/Rheinland, which was also the detachment beween the Catholics and the Protestantics.

-- Last edit: 2011-04-17 00:20:28

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