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1937 Lincoln Zephyr

1937 Lincoln Zephyr in Paris chante toujours!, Movie, 1952 IMDB

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: US — Made for: F

1937 Lincoln Zephyr

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sixcyl FR

2006-07-11 19:11

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Matford?, Chenard&Walcker? ...elle ressemble aussi à une Vivaquatre de 37, mais plein de détails ne collent pas

Raul1983 FI

2006-07-11 20:53

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Lincoln V12

yvon52 BE

2006-07-11 21:40

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Lincoln = certain

yvon52 BE

2006-07-11 21:51

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Une Lincoln Zephyr de 1937

sixcyl FR

2006-07-12 00:27

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:king:

pilou BE

2006-07-13 00:19

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This is an interesting document because it is a Lincoln Zephyr 1937 distributed by Matford in France.These could be recognised by the additional large headlights mounted lower on the front fenders because the " Service des Mines " did not accept the original sealed beams from the oval lenses.This unit has also a typical european roof rack.

sixcyl FR

2006-07-13 00:23

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Could it be named as Matford in such a case?

yvon52 BE

2006-07-13 00:33

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sixcyl wrote Could it be named as Matford in such a case?


D'après moi, non, parceque la gamme Matford existait. Mais on pourrai mettre [importé par Matford France].

sixcyl FR

2006-07-13 00:36

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je suggère plutôt d'adopter la même logique que pour les versions US d'européennes avec un (F) dans la rubriqe "extra info"

antp BE

2006-07-13 10:57

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yvon52 wrote
D'après moi, non, parceque la gamme Matford existait.

C'est un peu comme les Jeep importées et vendues par Renault dans les années 80 ?

pilou BE

2006-07-13 14:12

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It remains a Lincoln Zephyr and the ( F) seems a good idea

zooter FR

2006-10-12 23:44

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Hi, there wasn't any sealed beam before 1940 model year. Cars were sold as Lincoln.

zooter FR

2006-10-12 23:51

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Only american Fords were sold as Matford in France in 1937/38. Streamlined headlamps were changed to satisfied " les mines " on those cars. About sealed beam headlamps, most of the american automobiles manufacturers began to use them for the 1940 model year. They had a standardized round shape and from now on, except for some little carmakers like Graham Paige, the automobile industry will not design streamlined headlamps anymore.

ben68 BE

2006-10-12 23:53

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zooter wrote Hi, there wasn't any sealed beam before 1940 model year. Cars were sold as Lincoln.


Welcome to you, zooter. ;)

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