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1938 Pontiac De Luxe Cabriolet

1938 Pontiac De Luxe in Stompa, selvfølgelig!, Movie, 1963 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: US

1938 Pontiac De Luxe Cabriolet

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

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Lateef NO

2011-09-28 20:06

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vilero ES

2011-09-28 20:59

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I would say 1938 Pontiac Six(or Eight) Cabriolet Link to "www.oldcarbrochures.com" but, what is that trim at the lower on the front Cadillac-LaSalle style?

Really I can't find that trim on any 1938 Pontiac http://www.colesclassiccars.com/inventory.htm click on the cream 1938 Pontiac Convertible and also check the interior picture

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Bob Dieck BR

2011-09-28 21:01

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I agree.

Lateef NO

2011-09-28 21:29

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Funny, 1938 Pontiac was my first thought, but I was in doubt due to the trim.

nzcarnerd NZ

2011-09-28 23:43

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Yes it is a 1938 Pontiac which could have been customised during 25 years of use. The way to tell an 8 from a 6 is by the number of louvres on the hood side - 10 for a 6 and 12 for an 8. Maybe there is a frame just before or after the one in the first thumb which shows this? Side mounted spares were only available as an option on the 8s in 1938. The 6 is Style number 2667, the 8 is Style number 2867. The 1938 hood ornaments were different as well. The 6 used a 'long low Indian head' and the 8 had a 'short Indian head with feathers'. For 1938 Pontiac called its convertibles Cabriolets. Both sixes and eights are model Deluxe - just different series (26 or 28)

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Lateef NO

2011-09-28 23:49

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nzcarnerd wrote Maybe there is a frame just before or after the one in the first thumb which shows this?

I'm sorry, there isn't. The scene's all about the man simply closing the door and then it skips to the next scene.

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