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1953 CitroŽn 11 B 'Traction'

1953 CitroŽn 11 B in Supernatural, TV Series, 2005-2019 IMDB Ep. 8.13

Class: Cars, Sedan — Model origin: FR

1953 CitroŽn 11 B 'Traction'

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supcoach US

2014-03-13 00:24

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Citroen

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Sinatra BR

2014-03-13 17:17

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CitroŽn for sure, perhaps a Traction Avant. Not sure if a 5CV, 7CV or 11CV.

DynaMike NL

2014-03-13 20:27

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1953+ 11 B.

Terra US

2014-11-20 19:06

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Anachronism since that scene is in 1944 :/

Gamer DE

2014-11-20 19:20

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Germany would've never ever used Traction Avants! :o

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ingo DE

2014-11-20 19:48

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Gamer wrote Germany would've never ever used Traction Avants! :o

:no: They did. During WWII the Citroen belonged to the industrial war programme of the Nazis (Renault, Peugeot, Berliet and Panhard, too http://www.doublechevron.de/Historisches/Citroen_im_WW2.html

P.S.On the following pages of the link there are closer description of the models, produced in that years.

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Gamer DE

2014-11-20 19:57

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But I though we were *cough* enemies with France :whistle: *cough* so why would they use a French car?

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johnfromstaffs EN

2014-11-20 20:13

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For the same reason that they drove a lot of Bedfords, Chevrolets and Fords. They were there, (in some cases abandoned after Dunkirk), and they could use them for their own purpose.

This was merely an extension of the old military concept of "living off the land".

There is also the fact that even for the armies, vehicles would be in short supply. When I was growing up in the early 1950s, there were only about three or four cars in our street of roughly 100 houses. When my father took delivery of his new Morris in 1955 most of the neighbours came to look at it. Ten or so years later when I got my first car, a 1954 Ford 103E, things were very different.

-- Last edit: 2014-11-20 20:31:26

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