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1954 Ford Consul Convertible MkI [EOTA]

1954 Ford Consul Convertible MkI [EOTA] in L'amico del giaguaro, Movie, 1959 IMDB

Class: Cars, Convertible — Model origin: UK

1954 Ford Consul Convertible MkI [EOTA]

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Alessandro58 CH

2012-01-30 09:48

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ingo DE

2012-01-30 09:49

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:wow: Very odd! A car, which was never cofficially sold in Germany with a German export plate... Anyways, the plate looks very faked.

Alessandro58 CH

2012-01-30 10:01

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Driven by Elke Sommer...

electra225 IT

2012-01-30 11:48

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1954 if I remember well.

electra225 IT

2012-01-30 15:05

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Ingo, this is not so odd...!!! Probably a car firstly purchased by a British military officier serving in Western germany or in Berlin. Don't You agree ?

ingo DE

2012-01-30 15:12

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No, I don't, because back then all and nowadays a higher percentage of British soldiers, stationated here, are keeping the GB-registration. So the cars were never officially registrated in Germany (it would be also stupid due tax regulations). And without a Geman registration, you cannot get a German export plate.

dsl SX

2012-01-30 15:42

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I agree with ingo. BFPO (British Forces Posted Overseas) plates were white on black rectangular - Link to "en.wikipedia.org" . Also possibly odd that a BFPO car would be LHD - in most cases, the idea was that the soldiers would bring the car back to UK after tour of duty finished.

electra225 IT

2012-01-30 20:40

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In Italy they had a strange USA registration (we had only USA army) "A.F.I. = AMERICAN FORCES IN ITALY in the shape of an american plate, but now, for security reasons they have normal Italian plates. For this motivation I though the same for Germany.

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